How to Decorate White Accent Chair Bedding

May 27th

White accent chair bedding has a classic, simple look, but maybe too simple for your decor or event. Do not worry – you can jazz up the chairs without refinishing or recovering the chairs. Rather, you can use chair wraps to add color and style to the furniture without formatting. A wrap of the chair is a piece of cloth, like a broad girdle, which wraps around the back of the chair and ties into a knot or bow.

Better White Accent Chair
Better White Accent Chair

Find the center point in the frame of the white accent chair. Stand behind the first chair and wrap the band so it comes around the front of the chair to the back. You want the cloth to lie down through the part of the chair on a person’s back. Make sure the two ends are hanging evenly on the side of the chair. Tie the ends together in a knot. Pull hard. If you do not want the knot to show, turn inward, next to the chair, to hide it. Let the leaf hang or tie in a bow. If you do an arch, make the loops the same size.

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Hold the bow or knot in the center of the chair or slide to the side. Experiment with both to see what style of appeals to you most. Cover the top of the chair with an alternative option. Instead of wrapping the band simply by the back of the white accent chair, the cloth was spread over the top and back of the chair, then tied on the back.