I love visiting Grandparents – you come home with all sorts of treasures – and this time was no exception! We recently came into possession of my Grandma’s old piano stool and, despite not yet owning a piano, we snapped it up so that Mr Stripey Scarf could feel a bit more professional whilst composing tunes at his keyboard.
The piano stool we received, however, was a little bit outdated and in much need of a makeover. With its mahogany wood and tired, unfashionable seat-cover, I decided to have my very first go at a bit of reupholstery!
Armed with only a staple gun and a piece of delightful, blue, car-print Liberty tana lawn fabric, here’s what I came up with! It really was very easy – you just need to unscrew the seat cover, neatly wrap the fabric round and staple it in place underneath, then screw the seat back on again. What do you think?