Handmade Bucket Chair Easy Material
Bucket chair ottomans are ideal seating for daily use or for special occasions due to their compact size, which makes them easy to move and store. The chair can also function as a footrest or side table as an accent piece. Creating your own ottoman allows you to customize the cover of the plywood base with a variety of fabric options and patterns to complement the decor of any room. The homemade cube can be finished with a decorative border to improve the appearance. Place the 2-inch by 4-inch stud (2×4) on a flat surface and measure four lengths of 17 inches. Cut the bolt into four equal pieces with a manual or electric saw. Rub the ends of the pieces cut with sandpaper to soften the rough areas. These are the support legs for the inner part of the ottoman.
Place one of the 17-inch square plywood boards in a flat work area. Measure and mark each 4 1/4 inches on the left side of the board, two inches from the edge. Drill a hole in each of the four marks with a small fragment of an electric drill. This will prevent the wood from splitting when screwing the panels together. Repeat the marking and drilling process with the other three plywood boards. Line one of the 2x4s against the left side edge of the plywood board accent chairs. Place two of the plywood plates together at a 90-degree angle in the corner with only one of the 2×4 supports inside. Screw three or four screws to enter the edge and in the 2×4 for fixing. Repeat the process with the remaining plates until you have a bucket without a lid.
Put on the last wooden board on the top of the cube and align the edges. Place the top to the base at the four corners by screwing down on the 2×4 brackets. Cut the 2-inch upholstery foam into a 19-inch square. Spray the adhesive on top of the bucket and the surface of the foam. Place the foam on top of the real leather tub chairs, leaving two inches of overhang on each side. Cut the batting and the fabric into a 19-inch square and place it on top of the foam with the filling between the foam and the fabric. Put the edge of the fabric in each corner underneath and staple it down. When the first two adjacent sides have been completed Hale the fabric and down as the staple. This will eliminate any wrinkles on the surface.