Old Hollywood, guys in jodhpurs holding megaphones, and also the stars of year looking over their shoulders while resting between takes may be some of those images in your mind’s eye when you consider a manager’s chair. The classic director’s seat has remained a popular furnishing, easily fitting to modern decor. The backs and seat are usually made from canvas, and with the years, can become damaged and worn. It is possible to replace the seat on a manager’s seat to repair it or to simply alter the colour of the seat to coordinate with your room’s furnishings.
Catch the cover on the rear of the manager’s chair that supports your back. Pull up on the cover to remove it in the rear posts. Unlock the hinges on the legs, if applicable. Pull the seat arms nearer together to give slack in the rear cover if the cover is too tight to slip off the poles.
Allow the arms to drop down on each side of the manager’s chair. Pull the legs of this seat together to give slack in the seat. This also opens the flux between the bottom of the seat arms and the surface of the seat legs.
Face the rear of the seat. Catch the seat and pull it toward you to slip it in the grooves.
Insert the outside edges of this replacement seat to the grooves. Slide the new seat to the front of the chair.
Raise the manager chair arms. Slide the back cover over the two poles and lock the legs in position, if relevant.