Quoting 3 little monsters:" Well you could just cover them with a sheet or a blanket. Thats what I do with mine but if you want to make all new covers take the old covers apart and use them as a pattern to sew new ones. "
Quoting ❥New Beginnings:" a sheet was my first thought lol cheap and easy. guess I'll try that first. think it'd look tacky though?"
Quoting 3 little monsters:" Not if you picked the right material and color. My couch is suede and leather, I picked a light cream ... [snip!] ... a color that will coordinate with your color scheme and then get some colorful decorative pillows to bring it all together. "
Quoting ❥New Beginnings:" Oh that looks really good! do you think using a dark brow or tan on mine would be bad? I wanna match it with the rug i already hae which has cream, tan, dark brown, gree, and blue in it "
Quoting 3 little monsters:" It might! I'm not sure what color I would use with a white background. I would probably play around ... [snip!] ... I use my paint program to draw a crappy little replica of whatever I'm matching up and use color samples to see what I like. "
Quoting ❥New Beginnings:" good idea thanks for your help! "
Quoting 3 little monsters:" No problem! Hope it comes out the way you want! A side note though, since it's a leather couch, thin sheets are going to slide around a lot which would annoy the crap out of me. "
Quoting ❥New Beginnings:" hmm hadn't thought of that any suggestions to prevent that?"
Quoting 3 little monsters:" I'm not sure. You could maybe cut the sheet to fit, re-hem it and put velcro or buttons on the bottom ... [snip!] ... on the bottom of the cushions and sides of the sheet so you can secure the cover firmly but still remove it easily to wash. "