Folding dining chairs solve the problem of having to extra seating for parties and other gatherings. The materials in folding chairs have changed over the years, from wood to metal to plastic, but the basic function is the same? While the appearance of folding dining chairs has improved over time, there are still ways to adapt them so that they are as attractive as they are functional. The “Steps” that follows can be used alone as various options, or you can combine them.
Drape floral wreaths on the back of the chairs. Use floral wire to attach the garland to the chair around the joints in the chair. Do not sit on the rim side of the chair, it will be uncomfortable, so cut the wreath so that it will only drape back. Attach the floral wire to each cut end and turn in the lead leaving an inch or two loose to facilitate removal.
Tie a bow around the back of the chair. Ribbon comes in many sizes, but the largest effect, use a 9- or 12-inch fabric ribbon. Another option is the lengths of cloth tied around the back. Use double-sided tape to hold the fabric slides. Lightweight fabrics such as tulle and organza, is ideal for this application. Use half the width of the fabric and the bits long enough to make a wide arc as the back of the folding dining chairs and tails halfway chair legs. Add a silk flower to the middle of the bow for an added