Upholstery Tacks 101 ~ Applying them in a straight line!

Tutorial: How to Apply Decorative Upholstery Tacks (Straight

Upholstery | Tack nailing

How to Keep Your Studs In Line (some upholstery advice)

How to add WOW to furniture with upholstery tacks - girlinthegarage.net

The Wow Factor: How to update furniture with upholstery tacks

Keeping upholstery tacks inline and other useful upholstery info. 20130417-075917.jpg

How to Keep Your Studs In Line (some upholstery advice)

Keeping upholstery tacks inline and other useful upholstery info. 20130417-075917.jpg

Whether the piece of furniture is store-bought or upholstered by you, add personality by trimming the edges with tacks.

Whether the piece of furniture is store-bought or upholstered by you, add personality by trimming the edges with tacks.

could make this with various sized wooden crosses, paint and upholstery tacks with ornate cross on top

could make this with various sized wooden crosses, paint and upholstery tacks with ornate cross on top

I've discovered the miracle that is VINYL SPRAY PAINT! At least two coats needed ( the first coat dries hazy). I used Rustoleum brand, found at any home improvement store, cost between $4 and $6 dollars a can. I used a total of five cans on this leather chair. Then I used a Sharpie oil  paint pen in metallic gold to go over the upholstery tack detail.

I've discovered the miracle that is VINYL SPRAY PAINT! At least two coats needed ( the first coat dries hazy). I used Rustoleum brand, found at any home improvement store, cost between $4 and $6 dollars a can. I used a total of five cans on this leather chair. Then I used a Sharpie oil paint pen in metallic gold to go over the upholstery tack detail.

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