20 DIY Slipcovers You Can Make!

I recently had a slipcover made for my brown, brown sectional. It completely changed the look of my room! A slipcover is a great way to change up the look of a room without having to invest in a new piece of furniture. And slipcovers are for more than just sofas. You can slipcover all kinds of furniture from ottomans to headboard and more. Plus, you can make slipcovers out of unexpected materials too!

I’m sharing 20 of my favorite slipcover ideas. Check them out after the break!

  • Pleated Linen Loveseat Slipcover 1 of 20
    Sure, linen can be problematic. But if you take a bit of time, it's a texture that can't be duplicated with other materials, and adds a Continental, upscale flair.
    Learn more at Centsational Girl
  • Office Chair Slipcover 2 of 20
    Don't settle for the dull function of most office chairs. Instead, give your body the support it needs but give your decor a pop with this easy DIY chair slipcover.
    Learn more at Cozy Cottages Slipcovers
  • Kitchen Chair Slipcover 3 of 20
    Add some formality with this cool, pleated kitchen chair slipcover.
    Learn more at Ana White
  • How to Slipcover a Sofa Tutorial 4 of 20
    Want to slipcover your sofa? The project can seem daunting. But here's a great tutorial for making elegant, custom-fit slipcovers.
    Learn more at HoneyBear Lane
  • Recliner Slipcover 5 of 20
    Recliners are, frankly, the bane of tasteful decorating. But you CAN find recliners that match your decor -- and, even better, you can slipcover a recliner to give it an elegant look. (I know! "elegant" and "recliner" in the same paragraph!)
    Learn more at Blue Roof Cabin
  • DIY Dropcloth Slipcover 6 of 20
    Add a unique texture to your room by adding the dropcloth fabric -- in a fitted slipcover.
    Learn more at Annabellea
  • Monogrammed Headboard Slipcover 7 of 20
    This is a very cute -- and NO SEW idea. You'll love how it looks with the room and how easy it is to do yourself.
    Learn more at Holly Mathis Interiors
  • Slipcovered Coffee Table 8 of 20
    It doesn't have to be upholstered to have a slipcover. Check out this beautiful way to update a coffee table.
    Learn more at Bibbidi Bobbidi Beautiful
  • Slipcovered Sectional 9 of 20
    Even sectionals can be slipcovered. In fact, they can be a bit more square, which might even make your sewing easier. Check out how.
    Learn more at Nesting Place
  • Slipcovered Desk 10 of 20
    I love this way of updating a built-in desk. I can even envision updating the fabric for the seasons!
    Learn more at MaryJanes and Galoshes
  • Coffee Sack Ottoman Slipcover 11 of 20
    This is brilliant and one-of-a-kind. She's re-using a coffee sack (burlap!) - adding the "found object" flair to her custom-upholstered ottoman. I mean, this is so cool I can't even find the words.
    Learn more at Our Vintage Home Love
  • Easy Tie-Over Headboard Slipcover 12 of 20
    I love projects that start with the word "easy." And this tie-over headboard is no exception. Minimal sewing, easy to install.
    Learn more at Splendid Willow
  • Slipcovered Milk Crate 13 of 20
    Here's a way to even add some color to storage. While plastic milk crates are a convenient size for storage, they are ugly. Try this project to dress them up.
    Learn more at Paint in My Hair
  • Slipcovered Barstools 14 of 20
    Check out this neat, diner-inspired idea. They've slipcovered and then laminated their barstools, for a retro/modern feel.
    Learn more at House Beautiful
  • Slipcover Chairs with a tablecloth 15 of 20
    You can use many different materials to slipcover chairs -- I love this one because it's made out of a tablecloth with an awesome pattern.
    Learn more at Teal and Lime
  • Slipcover chairs with pillow cases 16 of 20
    Want a fast decorating solution? Check out this pillow-case-based idea for slipcovering chairs. It's easy and inexpensive enough that you could do it for major holidays or parties!
    Learn more at Momtastic
  • Slipcover File Cabinets 17 of 20
    It's as if ugly furniture was meant to be slipcovered. you'd never guess this is a beat-up metal filing cabinet. But it still provides easy access to its contents ... just avoids the unsightly decorating faux pas.
    Learn more at Homey Home Design Oh
  • Disguise metal shelves with a pretty slipcover 18 of 20
    This is a great product and great idea for dressing up metal storage shelves ... get them out of the garage and put them to work in the house!
    Learn more at Organize.com
  • Lampshade Slipcover 19 of 20
    You can even slipcover lampshades! Check out this cute idea.
    Learn more at Red Door Home
  • Easy Ottoman Slipcover 20 of 20
    And finally, here's a project I did to dress up an ottoman. I chose a bright chevron pattern to use as an accent in my room - and it's easy to do.
    Learn more at Tatertots & Jello


Have you ever slipcovered anything? Let us know in the comments and add a link if you have one, we would love to see YOUR project!!


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