A Parsons Chair owes its history to the School of Design Parson, which created the original design. The chairs have a design without long support arms and four legs. The curved design of the chair has an elegant and timeless look. Each chair has a padded seat with foam or padded cloth attached to springs. The springs provide support and make the chair more comfortable.
Turn your chair so that your back is flat touching the floor. Look at the bottom of the seat and is metal staples that hold the fabric to the frame of the chair. Remove the staples with a staple remove and discard them. Holding the fabric in the bottom of the seat and remove the frame begins. Simply remove the fabric from the frame, using hand gently as not to break or damage the fabric. Remove enough fabric to access the back of the Parsons Chair.
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Place the fabric on the springs and padding again. Place the fabric of the chair with a stapler and staples. Hold the
stapler against the fabric flat form and press down. Staples should be flush with the Parsons Chair and secure the fabric to the frame.