Not only does this give that gross old cushion a new-looking and personalized touch, but it will also help to trap in mold, dust and other nasty allergens.
Takes about 10 minutes.
Step 1: Get a Big Shirt
Make sure it's big enough to cover the front of your cushion.
Step 2: Take the Cushion Off Your Chair
Step 3: Bag It
People will allergies will thank you.
(By the way, if you have dust allergies, you should get rid of your carpet NOW. You should get rid of your carpet anyway because it's made of toxic chemicals that off-gas for the whole lifespan of the carpet.)
Step 4: Staple the Bag in Place
Step 5: Go Vegan
Step 6: Staple the T-shirt to the Cushion
Turn the cushion around and staple the shirt to the back.
If your shirt has a picture like this one, make sure you remember which direction the image is facing. As you will see, I have attached the shirt backwards.
Step 7: Re-attach the Cusion to the Chair
Step 8: Enjoy Your Work
Now you have a chair that LOOKS almost new, and all the dust and mold is imprisoned inside where it cannot offend your allergies.
Notice I put my shirt on backwards. So make sure you don't make the same mistake, okay?