White desk chair has a classic, simple look, but they can be too simple for your interior or event. Do not worry – you can jazz up the chairs without painting or recycling chairs. Rather, you can use chair wraps to add color and style to plain furniture. A chair wrap is a piece of cloth, roughly like a wide sharpening, sweeping around the back of the chair and tied in a knot or bow.
Find a local company that rent or sell white desk chair wraps or sharpeners. Chair wraps are available in many materials including satin, polyester, organza and jacquard. You can buy them for as little as $ 1 each, and with 2011. Alternatively, make your own for a custom look. Determine the desired color. If you decorate for an event like a wedding, consider using the signature color on the chair wraps as well. If your terns carry pink, for example put pink sharpen on the white linen chairs. This will make the color stand out. Find the center point of the chair arch. Stand behind the first chair and wrap the bow so it comes around from the front of the chair backwards.
You want to wipe to lay flat over the part of the white desk chair where someone’s back is. Make sure the two ends hang evenly at the side of the chair. Tie the ends together into a knot. Pull tight if you do not want to show the knot, rotate it to the inside, next to the chair, to hide it. Let the bow hang down or tie it to a bow. If you make an arc, make loops the same size. Hold the bow or knot in the middle of the chair or push it aside. Experiment with both to see which style appeals to you more. Cover the top of the chair for an option. Rather than wrap the bow just around the back of the chair, spread the cloth over the top and back of the chair, then tie in the back.