I’ve lived in a few homes with a small living room before, but the one we’re living with now definitely takes the cake. Not only is it teeny tiny but it has a very awkward layout. The front door opens up right into it, as well as a guest bedroom and the basement. Really, we only have one “good” wall to put our furniture on but that’s being generous.

Small living room makeover on a budget.

There’s not much we can do to change the layout, so we need to make little changes to add comfort and functionality for our family. Of course by little changes I mean paint and and decor, things that don’t require major construction. That’s just what we did for this living room makeover.

I’ve already shared a few of the projects and improvements we’ve made during the living room makeover. Now that all of the projects are done, it’s time for a final reveal.

Before we get to the reveal, let’s look back at the improvements we made. 

A long overdue improvement was the DIY fireplace mantel. This one was a must-do because it’s the only place we could put our behemoth tv. Men and their tv’s.  

Beefing up a skimpy fireplace mantel with a piece of chunky, painted pine.

Once we finished the mantel, I did a quick and easy makeover on the fireplace. Now we just need a thorough cleaning of the chimney and we can actually have a fire in it. 

Change the look of a fireplace with a little bit of elbow grease and fresh paint. A quick and easy makeover.

Next, it was time to tackle the disgusting basement door. We switched it out for a door that we found in the basement and now it looks good as new, especially with the new glass doorknob

Changing out an old dirty basement door, with a cat door in it, for a freshly painted door found in the basement.

The side of the room with the fireplace was looking pretty good so it was time to move over to the window wall. After I painted the wall (we’ll get to that in a minute) I could see that something was missing. I am so not a curtain girl, but adding the DIY curtain rods and shears was the right thing for this space. 

Adding DIY custom curtain rods, made out of galvanized pipe, to the living room window.

DIY custom curtain rods and linen sheers add style to a small living room.

The last project crossed off the list was painting the walls. I ended up painting a wall at a time, when I had time, so it took a while to finish.

Giving a small entryway and living room a makeover to turn it into a welcoming and comfortable space.

I ended up using the same paint color that’s in the kitchen and dining area, Benjamin Moore Paper White. We did consider trying a different color, but the living and dining room are connected so this made the most sense.

Making little changes in a small living room to make it a cozy and comfortable space.

It’s amazing what a few changes can do to a room. When we moved in last year there were gaping holes all over the yellow walls and broken window blinds. Now I feel like we’ve created a space that is comfortable and cozy…more “us”.  

Making little changes in a small, awkward living room to make it cozy and comfortable.

Sometimes it’s hard to see what a small, awkward space could look like when there are so many projects to do. I think that this one turned out just fine. 

We’re onto the next project and it’s a big one.

What are you working on now?

Living Room Sources

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  • All black pipe and curtain rings – The Home Depot (affiliate link)
  • Linen sheers – Crate and Barrel (affiliate link)
  • Coffee Table – West Elm (affiliate link)
  • Wooden stool with dipped legs – Serena and Lily (affiliate link)
  • Blue Washed Velvet Pillow Cover – Pottery Barn (affiliate link)
  • Floor lamp – Pottery Barn (affiliate link)
  • Striped Pillows – Etsy
  • Round woven tray – Target
  • Woven Shade – Blinds.com
  • Sunburst mirror – Target (from a few years ago)
  • Black cabinet in entryway – Pottery Barn (bought years ago)
  • Round wood mirror – Home Goods
  • Black Lantern – Terrain
  • Wall hooks in entryway – Restoration Hardware
  • Wood tray in entryway – West Elm (affiliate link)
  • Brass floor lamp – Home Goods
  • Brass lantern – Pottery Barn (affiliate link)
  • Knit ottoman – Grandin Road
  • Black and white pillow cover – West Elm (affiliate link)
  • Sofa – the Holmes sofa by Taylor King (bought at the Furniture Mart in Hickory, NC)

Make sure you also check out the kitchen and dining area makeovers.

small dining area with round table and 4 chairsDining Room Makeover on a Budget

Adding open shelving in the kitchen area for under $50 using old barn wood and metal shelf brackets from Home Depot.Open Shelving in the Kitchen for Under $50

 

 

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DIY Custom Curtain Rods for the Living Room

pipe hanging on wall with curtain rings and curtain

There’s been a lot of changes in the living room the past few months. Some projects are complete, like the basement doorthe mantel and the fireplace, but there’s still some work to be done. The last project I recently completed was new curtains, which included DIY custom curtain rods out of black steel pipe.

If you’ve followed me for awhile then you may have noticed that I’m not really a curtain kind of girl. I love to look at them in other people’s homes, I’m just not a fan of them in my own. Part of the reason is that I like to keep things pretty simple, including the windows. Another reason I don’t like them, if I’m being totally honest, is because they get dusty and it ends up being something else I have to clean.

Nope..curtains are just not my thing.

Empty living room before furniture was added and the DIY custom curtain rods and curtains were installed.

This isn’t only about the curtains though, it’s about the DIY custom curtain rods. So let’s get to it.

The picture above is the room right before we moved in. The previous owners had blinds in the window that didn’t fit properly and blocked a lot of light. So, down they came and up went a lined, woven shade in their place.

Here’s the living room after the new shade was hung. It’s certainly simple but a little too simple for me.

The window, and room, needed something soft, like curtains. I tried to live with the simple look for months but I just couldn’t deny it any longer…this space needed curtains.

Living room window before the DIY custom curtain rods and curtains were hung.

I still wanted to keep it simple, and not block any precious sunlight, so I decided to try sheer linen panels. Once I found panels, I had to decide on a curtain rod. This room is tiny, but the window is pretty large, so I knew that I didn’t want the distraction of big, long rod. We would never close the curtains anyway, so there was no reason to put up a full rod. DIY custom curtain rods (half rods) were the solution.

I knew what I wanted, and I knew that I could easily make them, so I went for it.

 Supplies to make your own DIY custom curtain rods

  • 2, 1/2″  floor flanges ($4.96 each)
  • 2, 1/2″ elbows ($1.87 each)
  • 2, 1/2″ x 12″ black pipe ($4.98 each)
  • 2, 1/2″ iron caps ($1.87)
  • 2, 1/2″ x 2″ nipple ($1.84)
  • 4 wood screws
  • 2 packages curtain clips ($7.47 each)

The supplies needed to make DIY custom curtain rods, black pipe and curtain clips

Once I got all of my supplies home, hanging them was pretty easy. Just remember…when you work with this kind of pipe, you need to wipe it all down really well. It’s pretty greasy and will turn anything it touches black, including your walls and your curtains.

When I hung the rod I made sure I hit a beam with both of my screws to keep everything sturdy and secure.

I’m still not finished painting the room but here’s a sneak peak of the color and the new rods.

The completed DIY custom curtain rods hung over the living room window in less than 15 minutes.

It literally took me less than 15 minutes to hang the rods on each end of the window, as well as the curtain panels.

Simple DIY custom curtain rods and curtains hung over the living room window.

Simple.

It took me a while to get used to the look but I like it so much better. It softens this area without blocking the sunlight. And I love that there isn’t a black rod going across the whole window.

How to customize your room by making DIY custom curtain rods for the living room using black pipe and fittings.

I’m still having one issue in this room (besides the fact that it’s too small and has an awkward layout). The sofa isn’t centered on the window. We’ve tried removing the hubs’ favorite chair and moving the couch down but we really need the extra seating. Remember, this is a small room and the window wall is the only space for furniture. It’s not perfect design-wise but it is comfortable for the two of us. Comfort is more important than design aesthetic.

How to customize a living room by making DIY custom curtain rods using black pipe and fittings.

So, in the end, I’m loving the new curtains and my DIY rods. Will I hang curtains in more windows around the house? Probably not.

But I guess I should say…”never say never”.

How to easily customize a living room by making DIY custom curtain rods using black pipe and fittings.

Are you a curtain person, or do you like to keep your windows simple?

Sources

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  • All black pipe and curtain rings – The Home Depot (affiliate link)
  • Linen sheers – Crate and Barrel (affiliate link)
  • Coffee Table – West Elm (affiliate link)
  • Wooden stool with dipped legs – Serena and Lily (affiliate link)
  • Blue Washed Velvet Pillow Cover – Pottery Barn (affiliate link)
  • Floor lamp – Pottery Barn (affiliate link)
  • Striped Pillows – Etsy
  • Round woven tray – Target
  • Woven Shade – Blinds.com
  • Sunburst mirror – Target (from a few years ago)

 

Some of my other living room projects…

Adding a wood mantel to an existing mantel so a tv can fit on top.

DIY Fireplace Mantel

Easy makeover completed on a brick fireplace using paint.

Quick and Easy Fireplace Makeover

Easy DIY custom curtain rods for the living room using black pipe and curtain clips.

 

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How to paint an old brick fireplace.

With just a little bit of paint and a few hours you can freshen up a builder basic fireplace by doing this easy DIY brick fireplace makeover | Chatfield Court

I was excited to have a fireplace in the living room but that excitement quickly faded when we realized it was in the only space that could hold our tv. After a lot of discussion, we decided that the only place for the tv was over the fireplace. Not my first choice but, when you live in a small space, you do what you gotta do.

Quick and easy fireplace makeover www.chatfieldcourt.com

The mantel wasn’t wide enough to hold our tv, so we did what any good DIYer would do…

We slapped a piece of plywood up on the mantel, hooked the tv up and called it done.

Quick and easy fireplace makeover www.chatfieldcourt.com

It stayed this way for 6 months until I couldn’t stand to look at it one any longer.

Quick and easy fireplace makeover www.chatfieldcourt.com

It took awhile to find the perfect piece of wood but we eventually got there. Now the mantel looks 100% better, the tv fits and we ditched the ugly plywood.

Quick and easy fireplace makeover, new mantel | Chatfield Court

Now that we finished the mantel makeover, it was time to paint the old brick fireplace.

When we moved into the house the brick surround was painted black and inside was a bunch of propane logs (with about 20 years of dog hair and dust). It was dirty, dusty and completely gross. I wasn’t sure how I wanted it to look but I knew it needed to be cleaned up. I removed the screen, as well as the gas logs, and gave the firebox a much needed cleaning.

Quick and easy fireplace makeover, before www.chatfieldcourt.com

We lived with the surround painted black for months, trying to figure out what we wanted to do. Unfortunately, inspiration never hit. After we finished the mantel, though, I decided to freshen up the surround. I didn’t want to spend a lot of money or time doing a makeover, so I decided to just give the fireplace a fresh coat of paint.

Before any paint went up on the old brick, I donned my snazzy yellow rubber gloves and gave the surround a thorough cleaning with hot water and TSP.

Quick and easy fireplace makeover, cleaning www.chatfieldcourt.com

The rest was easy. A couple coats of the paint we used on the mantel, SW Alabaster, and the old brick fireplace makeover was looking fresh and new.

Quick and easy fireplace makeover, surround www.chatfieldcourt.com

It only took 6 months and a little bit of paint on the old brick fireplace, but it’s looking so much better and brighter.

A super easy DIY brick fireplace makeover that can be done in a few hours with just a little bit of paint | Chatfield Court

The walls are on the list for paint (eventually) so that will change things, too.

I still want to do something fun to the surround but I can live with this…for now.

An easy DIY brick fireplace makeover that can be done in a few hours with just a bit of paint | Chatfield Court

DIY brick fireplace makeover that can be done in a few hours with just a bit of paint | Chatfield Court

Check out a couple of other projects we’ve been doing around the house

DIY floating shelves in the bathroom using reclaimed wood | Chatfield CourtDIY Faux Floating Shelves

An easy DIY makeover on a kitchen island using paint | Chatfield CourtEasy Kitchen Island Makeover

 

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We are moving right along with our projects. I still have 500 going at once, and my house is currently a disaster zone, but we are making progress. It’s slow but it is progress.

A DIY fireplace mantel makeover to accommodate a flat screen tv in a small living room. A simple and easy fix using a large piece of white pine wood and paint. www.chatfieldcourt.com

Today is all about our DIY fireplace mantel. I haven’t shown this side of the living room very much because we had to do a rough modification on the mantel when we moved in. Now that it’s finally done though, I can share it.

DIY fireplace mantel

We had a very shallow mantel on the fireplace when we moved in but, once we figured out that our big flat screen tv would have to sit on that shallow ledge, we knew that it would need some work.

The tv placement was a huge discussion between the hubs and me when we first moved in (although every project seems to be a huge discussion). 😉  The previous owners had a tv on a small stand next to the fireplace but I knew that would’t work for me. We did discuss hanging it on the wall above the fireplace but the hubs didn’t want to do that and we still would have had to find a place for the cable box (why do they make them so big in this day and age?).

DIY fireplace mantel

Unable to come up with a solution, we used a rough cut piece of plywood that was wide enough for our tv to sit on the existing mantel.

DIY fireplace mantel

Since this is the only spot in this room for a tv, we were going to have to make this work.

This is what it looked like for 6 months while we searched for an inexpensive solution. Not pretty.

DIY fireplace mantel

In the end we decided to try to add another level to the mantel with a wider and longer, solid piece of reclaimed wood. The goal was to make it look like it was always there while giving our tv a place to live. No fancy moldings or corbels were in the plan, we just wanted to preserve the original look and keep it simple.

We looked everywhere to find a piece of budget-friendly solid reclaimed wood that was thick enough, long enough and wide enough.

Everywhere we went, we looked. After a few months we knew that if we were going to get a thick solid piece, it would have to be new wood…from a lumber yard…and more money than we wanted to spend.

DIY fireplace mantel

With a new plan I went searching our local lumber yard. I found a beautiful piece of white pine, exactly what we needed. It seemed thick enough so it wouldn’t warp (fingers crossed) and wide enough for our tv. The cost was more than I wanted to spend but the lumber yard planed and smoothed it out for me. In the end it, was well worth the $91 we shelled out.

Since it was cut to size, we just had to attach it to the existing mantel using some well placed screws from underneath. No ugly screw holes to fill and it’s very secure.

DIY fireplace mantel

I caulked and primed and painted, with leftover trim paint, and the new mantel looks like it’s always been here. Plus the tv fits perfectly.

A DIY fireplace mantel makeover to accommodate a flat screen tv in a small living room. A simple and easy fix using a large piece of white pine and paint. www.chatfieldcourt.com

I’m still not thrilled with the tv sitting on the mantel, but this is a small house with limited space so we had to make do.

A DIY fireplace mantel makeover to accommodate a flat screen tv in a small living room. A simple and easy fix using a large piece of white pine wood. www.chatfieldcourt.com

Finn’s favorite pillow in his favorite spot. I think he loves the fireplace.

A DIY fireplace mantel makeover to accommodate a flat screen tv in a small living room. A simple and easy fix using a large piece of white pine wood, caulk and paint. www.chatfieldcourt.com

The fireplace is still a work in progress, it’s one of the 500 projects I’m currently working on, so I’ll do a full reveal when it’s done. Hopefully next week.

A DIY fireplace mantel makeover to accommodate a flat screen tv in a small living room. A simple and easy fix using a large piece of white pine wood and paint. www.chatfieldcourt.com

I think we accomplished our goal with our new DIY fireplace mantel.

How do you feel about putting a tv on a fireplace?

Catch up on a few of my other recent projects

DIY open shelving in the kitchen using rustic reclaimed wood. www.chatfieldcourt.com

DIY Open Shelving in the Kitchen

Tips for getting a designer throw pillow look without paying designer prices. www.chatfieldcourt.comWho Doesn’t Love a Good Throw Pillow

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.Now that we discussed the issues I faced in the bedroom, umm…I’m talking about our mismatched lamps, I thought I’d move into the living room and share my new sofa and a few shopping and buying tips I’ve learned after buying several sofas over the years.

The best tips and tricks for buying a new sofa for your living room that will last years. chatfieldcourt.com

We never had any intention of buying a new sofa when we moved to North Carolina but, once we moved into the new house and placed our furniture in our small, awkward living room, it became apparent that the sofa would have to go. It was just too big for the space and partially blocked the doorway into the guest bedroom, plus there was no room for any other furniture (like the hubs’ ugly recliner).

Helpful tips and tricks for buying a new sofa for your living room. chatfieldcourt.com

Anyway…The sofa that we had, a sectional from Pottery Barn, was purchased about 13 years ago after a ton of research and comparison shopping. I knew that I wanted something that was built well and would stand the test of time and, although it was expensive, it held up very well. A worthy investment.

Tips and tricks for buying a new sofa for your living room. chatfieldcourt.com

When it came time to look for a new sofa for this house, I went back to the lessons I learned the first go-round. I picked a great one last time so I was confident that I could do it again.

I’ll admit it, I usually love to go shopping when I’m buying things for the house, but shopping for a new sofa isn’t one of the things I get excited about. I think it’s because I know I’m spending a lot of money on something that I need to love for years and years, and it has to be done right the first time. Ugh…so much pressure! But I just took my time, carefully went down each item on my list, one at a time, and came out with a winner.

There are literally thousands of sofas out there in all different styles and price ranges. My purchase was on the pricey side but I was going for quality and durability over the long haul. My focus is on buying the best quality for your price range, whatever it is. Know what you are buying, buy what you can afford and buy it because you love it .

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So what’s on my list?

Before we get to that, there’s a few things you need to do first, before you go to the store.

You should have some kind of idea what you want before you go shopping. Look online at a lot of different styles and fabrics to see what appeals to you.

Tips for buying a new sofa for your living room. chatfieldcourt.com

Measure, measure, measure!!! Make sure you measure your room so you know exactly what size sofa you need and how it will work with your existing furniture. I even make a rough drawing of furniture placement so I know where everything will go. Also, make sure you measure doorways and stairways so you know how much clearance you have. You want to be able to get your new sofa into it’s new home, right?

Now you’re ready to shop!!!!

I’m lucky to live in North Carolina, where we have so many awesome furniture manufacturers. I knew exactly where I was going to do my shopping…at the Hickory Furniture Market. Oh.My.Goodness…talk about overwhelming. There’s so much to look at and you could easily get distracted by all of the lovelies, but we were only looking for one thing…a new sofa.

Tips for buying a new sofa for your living room. chatfieldcourt.com

I usually walk around and do a quick inventory of sofas. Feel fabrics, sit on sofas with shapes that appeal to me and narrow down my choices. When I find a few that I like in my price range, and they are comfortable to sit and lay on (I sit and lay every which way when I sofa shop), I start to look at the way it’s made…the construction.

What I look for…

  • The sofa should be heavy, as in, it feels heavy when you lift it.
  • The frame should be made from a hard wood, like oak, birch or maple (that’s what makes it so heavy). Soft woods, like pine, can warp.
  • Eight-way hand tied springs are considered best. There are machine tied springs that are considered good but I prefer eight-way hand tied.
  • Built-in legs tend to be stronger. Removable legs may be necessary if you need to get your sofa in a tight space but built-in legs are best.
  • Lift the cushions, check the quality of the decking, push on the springs.
  • Speaking of cushions…pick them up. A heavy cushion usually means a quality foam was used, which is good. A lot of upper end sofas use down wraps around foam for comfort.
  • Consider your seat cushions. Should you have 1 long cushion? Two or three? I tend to go for three.

Tips and tricks for buying a new sofa for your living room. chatfieldcourt.com

  • Do you want a skirt on your new sofa or open legs? I have a small space so I like to have open legs.
  • Also consider the arms and the back. Do you want loose cushions or a tight back. I’ve had loose cushions before and they drove me crazy. The constant fluffing and fixing was a real pain. My PB sofa had a tight back, and I loved it, so I went with that again.

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Once you’ve decided on shape, size and cushions, it’s time too pick fabrics and finishes.

Buying a new sofa? Here's some tips to help you make the best choice for your money. chatfieldcourt.com

I’ve had a colorful, striped sofa before (does anyone remember when jewel tones were all the rage?) so I knew that I needed to stay in the neutral family so that it would be in style for years to come. I like to bring my color in with throw pillows…lots of throw pillows..which can easily change the look of your sofa, and your room.

Buying a new sofa? Here's a few tips to help you make the best choice for your money. chatfieldcourt.com

Buying a new sofa? Here's a few tips to help you make the best choice for your money. chatfieldcourt.com

I think that picking out your fabric is the hardest part of this process. Everyone has their own wants and needs but I tend to go for something durable, with a tighter weave. A fabric that can easily be cleaned when the inevitable spill happens. My PB sofa was supposed to have a durable fabric. It was great, for the most part, but if something spilled on it, you could see where I wiped it up. It didn’t matter if I scrubbed, brushed or blotted, you could see the spot. It’s the reason I was so focused on getting a fabric that could withstand cleaning.

Buying a new sofa? Some tips and tricks to help you make the best choice for your money. chatfieldcourt.com

After all was said and done, I ended up going with the Taylor King Holmes sofa and it seems to be excellent quality. We also went ahead and purchased a warranty for spills on the fabric. I don’t usually buy a warranty but when you’re spending a fair amount of money on a quality piece of furniture, it’s a good idea. I’ll be sure to give an update to share how it’s holding up.

This room is still a work in progress and photos have proven difficult with the lighting, but it’s looking so much better than when we moved in, and there’s more room for my other furniture (with the sectional out of the picture).

Buying a new sofa? Here are some tips and tricks to help you make the best choice for your money. chatfieldcourt.com

It’s a big investment and you’ll have it for a long time, so you have to love it. Completely…no doubts…no reservations.

Any tips you’ve learned from buying a sofa?

 

 

 

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When the hubs and I got married and bought our first house, a million years ago, we were excited when the time came to buy new furniture (oh how things have changed). We needed new everything to furnish our home and that included a sofa. Neither one of us had ever purchased furniture before, and we were young and broke, so we went for cheap and as close to good looking as we could get for the money. We eventually learned that when you buy a cheap sofa it doesn’t last long, so, when it was time to buy the next sofa, we did a little research first and spent a little more. Long story short, we gradually worked our way up to a well-made sofa that would last many years.

How we fixed our sagging sofa cushions (in 75 seconds)…

 

Flash forward to the present day and our Pottery Barn sofa. We’ve had it for 13 years now and it’s moved with us, from Florida to Illinois and now to North Carolina, and has held up very well. Recently though, I’d noticed that my back was hurting when I sat on it.

It’s gotten a lot of use from our family and the result was sagging sofa cushions, 13 years of butts plopping down on it will do that. Once I figured out it was the cushions I knew it was time to get them replaced. Of course, being the cheapskate DIYer that I am, I wanted to try to figure out a way to do it myself and I’m glad I did because it turned out to be an easy fix.

 Use this genius idea to quickly and easily fix sagging sofa cushions with new foam. chatfieldcourt.com

This project was actually done a few months ago when we lived in Illinois but, because of the move, I wasn’t able to put the post together until recently. Little did I know when I did this that we would move into a house with a living room that was too small to accommodate my beloved sofa, so my loss will be someone else’s gain.

A genius idea to quickly and easily fix sagging sofa cushions with new foam. chatfieldcourt.com

Anyway…the old foam was wrapped in a down cover but I decided to go with batting wrapped foam. Upholstery foam is expensive but new down covers were outrageously expensive, and I was tired of pulling feathers from the old ones, so I went with a high quality batting wrapped foam.

Shopping for the foam took some time. I researched and looked at a lot of websites and once I settled on a shop that I liked, I made exact measurements from the sofa cushion covers and had the foam cut to size and wrapped in batting. They were delivered to me all ready to go. Like I said, it was expensive, at $173 for two cushions, but I got a really good quality foam that should last years.

How to quickly and easily fix sagging sofa cushions with new foam. Genius! chatfieldcourt.comSo, how did I get that big, cushy piece of foam in the cover, you ask? Painter’s plastic and a vacuum. Yup, that’s it. 20 seconds and the foam was in the cover. I figured that a video would show the process better than photos so, with the help of my trusty assistant, we made one.

If you’d rather have a blow by blow, here is how we did it.

Step by Step Instructions:

  1. Take the painter’s plastic and spread it out.
  2. Place the foam on on half of the plastic and pull the other half over to cover the cushion completely.
  3. With your hand, push all of the air out and tuck the plastic around the cushion.
  4. Next, take your vacuum and put the nozzle under the plastic against the cushion. The cushion will quickly compress.
  5. Remove the vacuum nozzle and quickly place your compressed cushion in the sofa cover.
  6. As the cushion inflates to its original size, work with the cushion to get it in the cover so there are no lumps or bumps.
  7. Pull the plastic out, it will rip and tear but it will all come out, and zip it up.

Voila…a new cushion that looks like it was professionally done.

 

 

Can you believe how quick that was? And super easy, too. The cushions look like new again and will last for years. Now it’s ready to go to a new home (sniff, sniff). Anyone in the market for a sofa with brand new cushions? 😉

Genius! How to quickly and easily fix sagging sofa cushions with new foam. chatfieldcourt.com

 

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