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Re: Skirted dining chair covers?

I had to resort to buying 4 when I was on a visit back to Britain, I needed to completely cover 2 high back dining chairs that I got for 20chf each in a Basel Brockihaus and 2 cheap ones I bought from IKEA that came with off white covers (not very practical). The ones I bought have ties at the back that criss cross so you can pull tight for adjustment. Unfortunately the company only made one colour which was a neutral mix and it appears they no longer stock them. They are a cotton/polyester mix but look like linen without the creases.

One company I can recommend for furniture covers is BEMZ. They cover all IKEA models both current and discontinued, but they also manufacture multifit covers for other sofas, armchairs and dining chairs. They are not that expensive and you can order 6 free fabric swatches at a time from their website.

I have had covers and cushions made for a discontinued IKEA sofa and sofabed and the quality of the Panama cotton they use is excellent. I wash them at 40c and then air dry, they don't fade or pill and refit easily.

You can usually also find chair covers on Amazon. I hope you find what you need
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