Spring is on its way, and many of us are entering the spring cleaning zone. Aside from dusting and decluttering, preparing a home for spring means updating decor, perhaps repainting a room or two, and generally introducing more light and bright colors into your home to reflect the lighter, brighter, more colorful world outside. Walls and decor are easy to update, but don’t feel stuck thinking you can’t change the way your furniture looks. Did you know you can rejuvenate the look of your couches, love-seats, and armchairs by simply adding slipcovers?
Slipcovers provide an affordable way to completely change the design of your living room or family room without buying new furniture. No matter the shape and size of your upholstered furniture, slipcovers can be custom fit in your choice of colors, patterns, and materials. You can even purchase slipcovers for your dining room chairs to dress them up for special occasions. If you own several different slipcovers for each piece of furniture, you can change the look of your home as often as you’d like.
Slipcovers are practical in addition to pretty. If you have kids or pets, you know how easily furniture can dirty up. The good news is that slipcovers can simply go in the wash and be put back on your furniture as if the mess never happened, and your original furniture pieces stay protected. Do you have hand-me-down furniture or furniture you have owned for many years but can’t replace at the moment? Slipcovers can be used to cover those old, dirty, or worn couches and chairs so the furniture looks like new. Or maybe your furniture is a mismatched collection of pieces from a variety of sources. Just a few slipcovers can turn a hodgepodge of colors and patterns into a cohesive look.
Don’t worry if new couches are not in the budget. Slipcovers are the perfect inexpensive solution. They fit snugly around your furniture for a wrinkle-free look and come in a variety of comfortable materials. This spring, consider updating your furniture with slipcovers. You’ll be surprised at the way a relatively small change can make a big impact on the look and feel of your home.