Quite often when you buy an old dining chair the springs are slack or the webbing has rotted and so the springs fall below the chair bottom. These steps below guide you through the procedure of webbing and attaching new springs before re-stuffing. More pages will be put up as guides to completely re-upholster the chair. These procedures are the same for doing larger chairs and stools.
Avoid a jumbled mess of mail and school papers by setting up a message center and inbox for each family member. Use the area to corral artwork, homework assignments, forms, and magazines as soon as they enter the house. At each week's end, go through the contents of each box; discard old material and file away things you want to keep.