The skins are a trend, at least as far as fur vanity stool design is concerned. They triumph like carpets (and if not, take a look at these incredible cowhide rugs that look great in any environment), but they also serve to give a warm spot to chairs and armchairs. A sheepskin (synthetic, of course) spread over an armchair is a great way to change its appearance and put an extra dose of elegance in the room. In this line, today we tell you how to make a hairy stool, and terribly glamorous, with golden legs. The project we want to present to you today is a great idea for many reasons. For starters, the golden-legged stool that is lined with a synthetic sheepskin is really decorative. It will look good where you put it. On the other hand, you will hardly have to spend money.
The budget you need to carry out the work is really affordable since you do not need many materials and none of them is excessively expensive. The instructions for making this beautiful faux fur vanity seat are very simple. If you follow the step by step explanations that we are going to give you. Without skipping any, you will be able to finish the stool without problems and in record time. The first thing you have to do is drill some holes with the electric drill on the wooden board to be able to fix all four legs. Before putting them, paint them with the gold spray paint. This step is simple since with a coat of paint it will suffice. Of course, protect those areas that you do not want to be stained with masking tape and use gloves.
It is also convenient that you cover the floor or the table where you are going to paint the legs. You already know that it is better to waste some time protecting than to devote oneself afterward to cleaning everything that has been stained. When the legs are dry, screw them to the table with the plates at an angle. The legs will be tilted, which gives a very nice effect to the stool. Place the synthetic leather inside out on a flat surface and put the white fluffy chair, also inside out, on the fabric. Cut around the circle of the board leaving enough cloth to be able to cover it without problems. Adjust and fix the sheepskin to the board with the help of the upholsterer stapler. This type of tools are simple to use and will allow you to achieve an almost professional result.