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DIY: Dining Chair Upholstery

If your upholstery needs a quick fix, here is a pretty and practical way to doll it up with tea towels

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  1. 1. Garden Helpers

    Make your gardening tasks easier and more comfortable. DIY Network shows some great accessories no gardener should be without.

  2. 2. Selecting an Area Rug (01:00)

    Check out these hints on choosing the right rug for your dining room.

  3. 3. Step Chair (03:43)

    Make this convenient accessory to your home with these step-by-step tricks.

  4. 4. Alfresco Dining Room (03:40)

    With four kids and lots of friends, the Marshalls need room to entertain.

  5. 5. Chair Rail & Crown Molding (03:17)

    Get tips on how to make these trim installations easy and attractive.

  6. 6. How to Fix a Chair Tenon

    Spindles and rungs on chairs are easily broken. Follow these simple steps to fix a broken tenon.

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  7. 7. Molding Defined (02:22)

    Learn the difference between the types of moldings and their applications.

  8. 8. Installing Tile Patterns (01:54)

    Here's how to do a style-savvy tile design with a designer look.

  9. 9. How To Repair and Reupholster a Dining Room Chair

    A wobbly, old wooden dining chair is given a sturdy new base and stylish new seat.

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    Cost:
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    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  10. 10. Seam Repair Tips (01:29)

    Learn how to repair a chair seam in a snap.

  11. 11. Dining Room Chairs (20:00)

    Amy designs a set of sleek polypropylene-and-steel dining room chairs.

  12. 12. Selecting an Area Rug (01:00)

    Check out these hints on choosing the right rug for your dining room.

  13. 13. Step 4: Cut and Install Pieces (04:06)

    How to cut and hang the pieces of chair rail.

  14. 14. How to Revamp a Chair

    Learn how to revamp a chair the DIY way. A few yards of fabric, some sanding and a couple coats of paint are all it takes to make a kit...

  15. 15. How to Place an Outdoor Table and Stools

    Using concrete and glass for the seating and table will keep your outdoor kitchen area low maintenance.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
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