Before my dear Grandma passed on, she gave me her favorite set of antique wooden chairs. She had bought them almost 30 years ago at an antique store in the southern part of the country. While I am not into antique furnishings, these wooden chairs were so charming. They were well-constructed, they had no harm done to them, and the designs were unlike anything that I had ever seen. The only thing that was wrong with the wooden chairs was that they needed to be reupholstered. The fabric was worn out and needed to be upgraded. I have never had this process done before and I knew undoubtedly nothing about reupholstering furniture. In fact, I didn’t even know of any reupholstering corporations in my area. So, I went on Google to see if there were any reupholstering corporations nearby. And though there were none in my vicinity, I was able to find a small reupholstering business in a nearby town. I called the business and sadly, they weren’t able to give a solid estimate without seeing the chairs. They did mention that the minimum price would be 150 bucks, which I am not sure if that was a honorable price or not. After doing some more research, I discovered videos of people reupholstering the furniture themselves. I even found someone reupholstering antique chairs that they bought at antique stores. I thought about taking on this DIY challenge of reupholstering the chairs, although I didn’t want to take the risk of ruining them. So, I made an appointment with the reupholstering dealer, and I will be taking the old chairs to get them done next week.