23 April 2014

DIY Ottoman recycling materials

Create this ottoman is a project that will allow us to decorate our house almost exclusively using recycled materials. With a wooden spool in which electrical cables are sold at hardware stores have the basis for our ottoman.
DIY Ottoman recycling materials
Although there have a very specific role Ottoman elegantly upholstered always look good in any space. Bring a touch of sophistication and attention to detail that never hurts in any decor.

Materials:

  • One electric cable reel vacuum timber and two circle diameter of 50 cm
  • 6 pieces of wood 15 cm x 5 cm x 2.5 cm
  • Screws
  • Wood glue
  • Foam
  • Adhesive spray
  • 1.5 m of wadding
  • 1.5 m fabric upholstery
  • 70 cm fabric to cover the bottom
  • 4 legs and screws
  • Stapler
DIY Ottoman recycling materials
We connect the two circles of wood with screwed and glued pieces of wood between them. Try not to project any of the timber should be within each timber circle.
DIY Ottoman recycling materials
Make a circle on the foam of the same diameter or slightly more than wood on the piece of foam, cut with a utility knife or an electric knife.
DIY Ottoman recycling materials
Paste the foam circle on one of the circles of wood with spray adhesive. Use the structure to make a circle the same size on the fabric you intend to use for upholstering. You can cover the structure with a light cotton fabric.
DIY Ottoman recycling materials
Wrap the entire structure with wadding and secure it with staples to the beams and the lower timber circle.
DIY Ottoman recycling materials
Cut the fabric circle and sew around the fabric needed to cover the structure completely.
DIY Ottoman recycling materials
Place the fabric and secure it once sewn to the bottom with staples. It must be taut to avoid wrinkles form.
DIY Ottoman recycling materials
Finally also staple the fabric covering the bottom of the ottoman and install the legs you've chosen for her.
DIY Ottoman recycling materials



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