The butterfly chair, also known as the BKF chair or the Hardoy chair, is a style of chair with a tubular frame and a large loop that is suspended from the highest points of the frame, creating a hanging seat. The sling was originally made of leather, but can also be made of canvas or other materials. What’s so cool about this chair? It adds style to the interior and you can change the cover as often as you want. Today I want to share some cool butterfly chair covers that you can make yourself and give a new life to your old chair. Don’t forget that you can also spray the base to match the new look. Let’s take a look at the projects!
Make a vintage butterfly chair work for your kid’s room! The chair cover is made from leftover IKEA fabric and flannel fabric that has been recycled from sheets. Such a piece is a great idea for a little cozy reading nook that you can organize for kids. Get inspiration to make one!
The original butterfly chair was made from leather. In this tutorial you will learn how to make a leather cover to give it an original look. The cover consists of 1-yard leather and a matching fabric. I highly recommend rocking some catchy printed fabric and making a pillow out of it too. This is a great way to spice up the austere vintage look with a bold, modern twist.
This chair cover is one in patriotic colors and notice the red star pillow! The old cover has been removed and integrated into the new bold blue – yes, don’t throw anything away, you can use it too! The authors also made a red pillow with a white star on it – it’s a great craft for the 4thth from July or just to give your home a patriotic feel.
I’m totally in love with this bold butterfly chair cover and the renovation of the piece on the whole! The chair is painted gold and the cover is bright blue with prints. Just add a crochet pillow and a toss of faux fur to create a boho feel! The craft is not difficult, but the result is amazing – such a chair will freshen up any room and bring that vintage boho touch that is so on trend right now.
Even if you don’t have an old butterfly chair cover to use to make a new one, no problem! Just take this tutorial and download the pattern for a standard butterfly chair. Here are the instructions on how to make a brown leather armchair cover. Although I would prefer faux leather, it’s up to you. Read how to do it and decorate the base of the butterfly chair to make it stylish.
Get a striped IKEA fabric and a neutral or black fabric to make this cool and simple butterfly chair cover. All the crafting isn’t expensive, especially if you already have enough fabric on hand and can make a black or neutral base. Make a coordinating pillow and enjoy sitting in the renovated chair!
The last project for today is made of printed fabric. Get an old butterfly chair cover to take a sample from it. Remember that the outer fabric should be durable and rough enough to hold your weight properly. For the carrier, you can use the same fabric for the carrier or use neutral fabrics. Download the tutorial and make this cool cover!
How can you quickly upgrade your bar cart without spending a lot of money? How can you give a cocktail a vacation look, even if you don't have much on hand? Make some stirrers easy and quick! These are usually very simple crafts that can be completed in the last few minutes. Check out some DIYs we've collected and choose a few that you want to repeat.
What can be more Christmassy than Christmas trees? Take ten minutes to stock up on these adorable mini Christmas tree drink stirrers for all of your upcoming Christmas parties! They are very easy to prepare and turn any cocktail into a vacation. Enjoy!
This time of year can get crazy, so it's nice to have quick and easy holiday party projects. These drink stirrers are a breeze but add a touch of whimsy to a cocktail. They are no less Christmassy than tree-like because they are small pine cones! If you spend a few minutes doing it, you will start collecting oohs and ahhhs from your guests. They're glamorous and rustic at the same time without being too obvious - you can use them in fall and Thanksgiving too.
Would you like to know the easiest way to add a little Christmas cheer to your eggnog or cranberry cocktail? DIY mini wreath drink stirrer! You're so cute (isn't everything miniature?) And you make enough for all of your holiday party guests in about 10 minutes. Not only that, but they're super cheap to make too! This project works great for other mini Christmas items like mini Christmas hats, mini Christmas light pendants, and mini bottle brush trees. So many possibilities! In a few minutes you can put together your own small holiday range of cocktail stirrers for your holiday bar cart. Yay!
Reindeer are very symbolic of Christmas and if you want to add a bit of fun and whimsy to your cocktails, this is exactly what you need. These DIY reindeer drink stirrers are the cutest addition to your holiday egg liqueur and add such a fun holiday touch to any drink. They're also super easy to make, so that's always a plus! Plus, these DIY reindeer drink stirrers could easily be swapped out to make snowmen out of different sizes of white felt balls, or maybe even an elf or Santa Claus face.
As a fun idea for New Years Eve, you can make these DIY disco ball drink stirrers! Why not add some shiny disco balls to your vacation drinks ?! No matter what you use them for, they add some shine and they seemed perfect for such a celebration. Plus, these plastic drink stirrers are reusable as long as you hand wash them and avoid the disco ball. They are super easy to put together, check out the tutorial!
Mini Christmas ornaments are the cutest and can be used for your party decorations. These amazing drink stirrers will add a fun twist to any Christmas party you're hosting or just for casual drinks with friends one evening. Either way, everyone will think that you are the hostess with most. You can customize these with colors and patterns that also reflect your holiday decorations!
These festive stirrers also serve as beverage markers for all glasses. These include green glitter and red tree stirrers, as well as white and silver snowflakes on long legs. Read how to design and make these little cuties to make your holiday drinks more colorful and fun!
Whether you're throwing a cocktail party or a full Christmas dinner this Christmas season, these decorative drink stirrers will help you spice up your drinks from now until New Years Eve! There are so many ways to make these drink stirrers, but you basically need small ornaments or holidays to create a festive and pretty decor for your cocktail bar and drink stations.
These drink stirrers, imitating fireworks, would make small additions to any July 4th celebration. They also meet two important requirements: They are easy and quick to make, which is ideal when many of them are needed. Read How To Make Them In The Source And Enjoy!
The best type of DIY projects are those that use readily available, inexpensive materials and that can be done very quickly. Something as simple as rolling thin strips of paper around a pencil will produce stunning results. These simple and colorful paper curls are great for freshening up your drink stirrers. You can also use them to make garlands. Enjoy!
Don't wrap up the Christmas decorations before you ring in the New Year. Glittering tinsel garlands make festive champagne cocktail toppers. Check out how to roast in the spring with shine and shine and make these simple stirrers!
These tassel mixers are easy to pull together before this weekend's soiree! You can even earn enough to put them on a cake or dessert display too! No Christmas party? Swap out the red and green tassels for gold and silver and make these for New Years Eve! Or use red and white striped washi tape instead of silver to make this even happier! Read how to make these stirrers and watch the video for additional help!