How to do chesterfield upholstery?

How to do chesterfield upholstery?

            So, you want to know how to do Chesterfield upholstery?

            The chesterfield chesterfield size is about 60" wide by 30" deep by 32" high with a standard back height of 33-36 inches.

  1.   Remove the old chesterfield top fabric and foam cushion pad.  This can be messy if your chesterfield is dirty or dusty under there! Shake off any loose dirt before vacuuming it up so you don't wind up redistributing dust particles throughout your home! If your chesterfield has springs inside, remove them and clean off any dirt that's collected on them.
  2.   Cut your chesterfield chesterfield back cushion foam to size and lay it out flat on top of chesterfield cushion fabric (coordinating pattern/color). 
  3.   Use a staple gun to fluff up the chesterfield fabric so there are no creases or bubbles if the fabric were stapled directly over the backside of the chesterfield foam cushions, as shown below:

           Place staples about 1-1.5 inches apart. Be careful not to puncture too far into the foam because you do not want the sharp end of a staple poking through and sticking to you!

  1.   Flip chesterfield back cushion foam and chesterfield fabric over so the chesterfield fabric is facing the floor.
  2.   Now we can begin to staple down chesterfield cushion foam:

             Take your time when stapling!  You want it looking absolutely perfect, no creases or bubbles in the fabric!  There must be a nice even line of staples with both ends meeting perfectly in the middle of the given area.  Depending on how many springs you have inside your chesterfield (the more you have, the firmer and more difficult it will be to make a nice curve), you may need to go back and add or remove staples.  The chesterfield cushion fabric has to curve with the chesterfield spring system.  That is what will give your chesterfield that beautiful chesterfield look!

             If you are new to stapling chesterfield upholstery fabric, it may seem difficult at first -- but keep trying! It gets easier the more you do it!  Some people have one staple gun for each hand so they can go faster...If you don't have a chesterfield mattress, try using an old cardboard box or some other object underneath the chesterfield cushion fabric so it doesn't get chewed up by your standard issue Stanley Stapler.

  1.   Repeat chesterfield steps 4 and 5 until chesterfield back cushion foam is fully covered and chesterfield fabric has been stapled all chesterfield around.
  2.   When you're done, flip it back over so the chesterfield fabric is facing the floor again.
  3.   Next we can begin to staple down chesterfield seat cushion foam:
  4.   Take your time when stapling!  You want it looking absolutely perfect, no creases or bubbles in the fabric!  There must be a nice even line of staples with both ends meeting perfectly in the middle of the given area.  Depending on how many springs you have inside your chesterfield (the more you have, the firmer and more difficult it will be to make a nice curve), you may need to go back and add or remove staples.  The chesterfield cushion fabric has to curve with the chesterfield spring system.
  5.   When you're done, flip it back over so the chesterfield fabric is facing the floor again.

Chesterfield sofa

Once chesterfield foam has been stapled down, try sitting on chesterfield seat cushion/the chesterfield upholstery chesterfield-to-test out how well everything fits together!  You want it looking absolutely perfect! If there are any bubbles in the chesterfield , remove those staples and recheck that area: straighten any creases and add more chesterfield chesterfield to that area until it's absolutely smooth!

Your chesterfield has been successfully reupholstered with chesterfield chesterfield fabric and chesterfield cushion cushions/ chesterfield foam.