Innovation Leather Cube Ottoman In Popular Furniture
If called foot stool, hassocks or buffets, the leather cube ottoman is some versatile furniture. For its size, leather ottomans tend to be expensive; however, you can build one that rivals bought versions. As the upper and lower square plywood are larger than average four-inch squares, you can make a cube-shaped ottoman as big or small as you want. The resulting framework Ottoman is higher than a perfect cube insignificant half inch. Choosing a drill bit that is the same diameter as the screw shank drill holes that prevent the breakdown of wood. Measure to the left side of the skin to 28 inches and mark. Align the square at the left edge of the skin with its leg extending perpendicular through the skin in the pencil mark. Track edge, and then extend the line through the skin with a criterion. Cut the line leather pencil.
Spray adhesive on top of the leather cube ottoman. Place a sheet of tissue adhesive batting and cut the excess around the edges with scissors. adhesive around the sides of the leather cube ottoman Spray. Wrap the bucket with batting and cut off excess. Center Square leather on top of the cube, right side up. Press one edge of the skin on the side of the cube. Carpet tack hammer through the skin along the bottom edge and the cube, spaced 3 inches apart. Rotate the cube 180 degrees and repeat along the opposite side. Repeat along the other two sides, but leave the corners unleashed.
Rotate the leather cube ottoman to the next side and repeat folding and tacked to the top and bottom of folded edges. Continue until all sides are covered bucket and return to the starting point. Fold the free edge of the skin under and tack down along the corner, or turn him down first and leather trim excess along the corner. Leather cannot be as fabric fray. Add more decorative upholstery tacks on both sides of each corner using the same space as before. Turn down the bucket mouth. Align furniture casters close one near each corner. Insert bolts through the plates of the wheel and the bottom of the hub.