- Place the seat on the chair frame. Line up the screw holes of the seat and chair frame.
- Get the screws started, so the seat doesn't fall off once you turn the chair upside down.
- Turn the chair over and tighten the screws until the seat is firmly attached. Be careful not to tighten too much; you don't want to strip the holes.
- Admire your new chair.
In this case, the simple cotton compliments the oak. The birds in the pattern make it feel earthy rather than prissy, though it’s still a nice contrast to the rather masculine look of the chair. Piping the seat in berry-red boucle grounds the light background of the seat fabric, and adds a nice pop of color.