I have recently begun to think that maybe it’s time to redo my living room furniture. Buying new furniture is out of the question. I mean, have you priced furniture lately? It’s outrageously expensive and I really don’t want to spend that much redoing it. My furniture is a bit outdated but it’s still in really good shape. So what did I do? I started looking for DIY slipcovers that I can make to simply give it a new look without actually replacing it. I was so pleased to find 20 easy to make slipcovers that I can have finished in a weekend!

Whether you want a new couch and chair or you want to redo your bedroom – that’s right, there is a slipcover for your headboard! – you’re going to find that these slipcovers are easy to do and will instantly transform your home. If you want to redecorate but you’re on a budget, these are perfect. You can give that old couch and chair a great new look and spend only a small fraction of what it would cost to replace them. Plus, these DIY slipcovers are much cheaper than the ones that you can buy in stores and they’re just as easy to put on your furniture. I love redoing my furniture, which you can tell from these 25 furniture makeover ideas using paint.

If you’re ready, we’ll take a look at some wonderfully easy slipcovers that you can make to cover that old furniture. There is even a great ruffled couch cover that would be perfect for your rustic farmhouse look. And if you haven’t already, be sure that you take a look at these 55 DIY farmhouse furniture décor ideas to give your home that coveted rustic look. I just know that you are going to love these DIY slipcovers. They’re all simple and quick to make and will give your home a beautiful makeover on the cheap!

1. Easy DIY Recliner Slipcover

Recliners can be the most difficult pieces of furniture to cover but this DIY slipcover makes it pretty easy. This may take a bit longer, to get all of the recliner parts properly covered, but the hemp sheet cover is really gorgeous and has a great rustic quality to it. You’ll need a couple of sheets for each recliner, depending on the size and a few hours to work this out. You can also do this with regular upholstery fabric and when you’re finished, it will look like you bought a new chair.

2. DIY Sheet Sofa Slipcover

You really don’t have to buy expensive slipcovers from department stores to get that new furniture look. This is a great way to repurpose old sheets. You can buy inexpensive sheets – if you don’t have a set that you can use – and they look just like the real thing. Check your local thrift stores for sheets. I picked up a set at Goodwill for less than $5 and they’re perfect for covering your sofa. You can perfectly cover the entire sofa, even the cushions and make these so that you can remove and wash them regularly.

3. DIY Reclining Couch Slipcovers

Finding a slipcover to fit your reclining couch can be difficult and expensive. A better way is to DIY that slipcover and it’s not as difficult as you may think to make a reclining couch slipcover. You just have to make a few modifications to a regular couch slipcover to make it fit over the reclining sections and you have to cover those sections so that they stay put when the couch is reclined. Proper measurements are crucial and once you have your measurements in place, you can knock this one out in an afternoon.

4. Striped Slipcover For Kids’ Sofa

I love those little kids’ sofas – they’re so adorable and perfect for giving the little ones their own place to sit. Those little sofas can get really dingy really quickly though and while you can normally take them apart and wash them, there’s no guarantee that they will go back together as they should. A slipcover is a much better way and this lovely striped slipcover is perfect for keeping that sofa clean and adding a bit of charm to your décor. This works especially well if the sofa in question has characters on it that your little ones may have outgrown.


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