28 Ways to Bring New Life to an Old Sofa






A new sofa is expensive! It can be hard to justify a new sofa purchase, especially if your old one is still comfortable and functional. Instead of buying a new one try one of these 28 ways to bring new life into an old sofa via remodelaholic.com #sofa #slipcovers #reupholster #couches #sofas

Ways to Bring New Life to an Old Sofa

A new sofa is expensive! It can be hard to justify a new sofa purchase, especially if your old one is still comfortable and functional. However, a sofa that is ugly and outdated can be an annoying eyesore. Give your old sofa a makeover so it looks good in your home until it’s time to replace it! Here are 28 clever ways to bring new life to an old sofa. 

DIY Couch Cushion Fixes

DIY Couch Cushion Fixes at Remodelaholic.com

Saggy cushions is a common problem in old sofas. You could stuff your cushions with foam to make them firmer and newer-looking! This can be done for seat cushions with zippers.

A new sofa is expensive! It can be hard to justify a new sofa purchase, especially if your old one is still comfortable and functional. Instead of buying a new one try one of these 28 ways to bring new life into an old sofa via remodelaholic.com #sofa #slipcovers #reupholster #couches #sofasHow to Stuff Your Sofa | Fresh Crush

And here’s another way to stuff your sofa cushions, with quilt batting and spray glue.

A new sofa is expensive! It can be hard to justify a new sofa purchase, especially if your old one is still comfortable and functional. Instead of buying a new one try one of these 28 ways to bring new life into an old sofa via remodelaholic.com #sofa #slipcovers #reupholster #couches #sofasSaggy Couch Solutions | Love of Family and Home

Or you could fix saggy back cushions by adding buttons! So clever and they will give your sofa a more modern, tailored look.

A new sofa is expensive! It can be hard to justify a new sofa purchase, especially if your old one is still comfortable and functional. Instead of buying a new one try one of these 28 ways to bring new life into an old sofa via remodelaholic.com #sofa #slipcovers #reupholster #couches #sofasFix For Saggy Couch Cushions | Instructables

An easy way to freshen up the look of a worn-out sofa is to buy or sew new pillows in fun fabrics. If your old sofa came with boring matching pillows, reuse them and cover them with beautiful fabric!

A new sofa is expensive! It can be hard to justify a new sofa purchase, especially if your old one is still comfortable and functional. Instead of buying a new one try one of these 28 ways to bring new life into an old sofa via remodelaholic.com #sofa #slipcovers #reupholster #couches #sofasBefore and After | Field Stone Hill Design

Long lumbar or bolster pillows in a gorgeous floral or patterned fabric can do a lot for a simple and neutral sofa!

A new sofa is expensive! It can be hard to justify a new sofa purchase, especially if your old one is still comfortable and functional. Instead of buying a new one try one of these 28 ways to bring new life into an old sofa via remodelaholic.com #sofa #slipcovers #reupholster #couches #sofasLayering Floral Pillows | Little Green Notebook

Or you could replace the back cushions, especially if they’re crumpled beyond repair, with new pillows that fit the space. And don’t overlook another great tip in the link below: remove or staple back the skirt on a sofa for a more modern look.

A new sofa is expensive! It can be hard to justify a new sofa purchase, especially if your old one is still comfortable and functional. Instead of buying a new one try one of these 28 ways to bring new life into an old sofa via remodelaholic.com #sofa #slipcovers #reupholster #couches #sofasA DIY Sofa Makeover | This Sorta Old Life

Next up, 16 ideas for painting, reupholstering and adding slipcovers to sofas. 






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