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Posted: 07/29/18 03:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hi All, I've got a 2006 Four Winds 31P Chateau. I'm looking for a slipcover / seat cover for the barrel chair that is in the house part of the RV (not front seat covers). Here is a photo:

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Let me know if you know a place that sells covers for this. I have looked on amazon but couldn't find exactly the right shape.

Thanks in advance!
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I sewed my own. Got the material, placed it face down against the back/sides and pinned it... then cut it. Then sewed it and turned it right side out and slid it over the back and sides of chair.

I did a separate part for the seat and sewed the edge so it was not raw.. then tucked it in.

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Since the OP is likely less talented than LadyRver, I would suggest that the OP look to and upholsterer to do the work. Might not need a slip cover but rather just have the entire chair redone. The chair can be removed and taken to them. Easy work and not too expensive if you can find the right folks willing to do the work.


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I happen to be at an upholsterer the other day getting a boat seat fixed. I showed him a picture of the RV barrel chair and asked him how much it would cost to reupholster it and he told me 500-600 dollars. For that price I should just buy a new one! That's why I am looking to see if there is a simple slipcover option.

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Go to Amazon and put in "barrel chair slipcover".
Cost is $90.

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I’d buy a new chair too.


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Do not make the common mistake of focusing on just the lumbar support. A ***Link Removed***good office chair is made up of all its parts.

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