Building Chaise Lounge Sofa

Nov 3rd

Chaise Lounge Sofa Our stressful lives mean that we sometimes take time to relax. The economy, unemployment and the task of simply putting food on the table can emphasize all of us to the max. A vacation may not be in the budget, so we have to come up with other ways to relax. Many of us have an outdoor wooden chaise lounge sofa that we usually use in spring and summer. However, the weather does not always promote relaxing outdoors. By following a few simple steps, you can convert your outdoor chaise longue into an elegant indoor chaise longue sofa. Soon you will kick back the crumbled with a blanket; your favorite book and the family’s cat connect to your heart’s content.

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Build your Chaise Sofa
Build and fasten the back. Start by removing one of the arms from the chaise lounge sofa. Use the base of the arm, measure and cut by to create a back for one end of the living room. Replace it with a wooden screw to where the arm once was. Before painting the lounge, sand down with a good medium of sandpaper to remove all existing stain, paint or varnish from the wood. Finish with a fine sandpaper to leave the surface smooth for the new color. Wipe clean with a dry cloth to remove any remaining dust. Paint the wood. Your choice of color and fabric determines the style of the carton lounge.

For a more modern, streamlined look, paint the wood in black or dark brown and use solid fabrics. Cut fabric and foam. When you finish painting wood, measure the back and seat to determine how much cloth and foam you need. If your outdoor pillows are in good condition, you can reuse them by sewing simple covers to cover them. However, you will need to buy a new piece of foam for the new back you created. Reuse of existing pillows will save a lot of money, as you buy new foam can be costly. Either way, the same sewing technique can be used to make pillows for the chaise lounge sofa.