You kind of have to tinker with the elastic bottom to get it to look just right but it was a fast easy way to cover up the terrible floral pattern of a really comfortable chair I inherited.
I have an ugly oversize ottoman...bright orange flowers, you can picture it in your mind.....but it is perfect for my living room....this stretched over the ottoman and was inexpensive. Stays in place and covers ugly modern traffic cone colored flowers...what more could there be to like?
What a simple ad stylish way to cover up that tacky flowered patterned ottoman. I had intended to sew one, but this was so much easier. Know that if your ottoman/footrest has wheels it will be necessary to cut holes in the fabric to allow the wheels to roll. Not a big deal, the elastic keeps everything nice and tight. The fabric tends to "skuff" meaning it shows where the feet have been, but a brush or two with your hand takes care of the problem
I purchased this slipcover for our family room downstairs. I was a bit leery on purchasing this, since I wasn't sure of the color. I was happy to find that the color on the website matched the slipcover. The slipcover is cream colored and textured, with a little weight to it. The ottoman cover was a nice size and covered the entire ottoman, and I really love the skirt. Very full - not cheap looking. However, if you are looking to cover anything with a heavy, dark print, I would choose a darker color. My chair is tan with little, colored flowers throughout and you can, if you look close enough, make them out. It covered well enough for me, and I'm pleased with the overall look, but a darker print would definitely show through. It wrinkles more than I thought it would, so that's the only thing I'm not thrilled about.
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