6 Ways to Give Your Old Sofa a Second Life
Your couch has survived your chintz phase, your chocolate-brown-and-aqua phase and your no-time-to-decorate phase. With a few simple upgrades, you can make it look brand-new (again).
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Revive Your Sagging Sofa
When your plush sofa starts to look a little tired, your down-filled cushions are usually to blame. These need to be flipped and fluffed at least weekly to avoid a saggy, sunken look, Wingard says. If that's too much of a time investment, he suggests replacing them with feather-wrapped foam—it's less puffy and holds its shape better. Plus, the cushions look a little slimmer, bringing them more in line with today's styles.
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