Perhaps you have a couple of old antiques at homeThe chairs left from grandfathers and grandmothers, the previous owners of the apartment or roommates. Often, such chairs look sad: worn, scratched, staggering, with wiped upholstery and broken backstays, stand somewhere in the corner, waiting for them to be thrown out and replaced with new ones. Well, we offer a project for the restoration of old furniture, in particular, the restoration of the Viennese chair with our own hands. It is the new back that will transform the old chair into a modern piece of furniture. We will work with such a Viennese chair: As you can see, the classic back of the chair has remainedonly a semicircular frame. But first, the whole tree must be put in order, remove the remains of the old paint, sand, cover with new acrylic paint for the wood of the chosen shade, if desired, cover with varnish, paint or again grow old. After the stool is completely dry, you can start to restore the back. To restore the Viennese chair with your own hands was modern and unusual, you need a piece of leather (that was used in this example) or a dense fabric. To determine the length of the canvas, take a centimeter and measure the distance from the seat to the top of the back and back plus a couple of centimeters. Take the width of the canvas at your discretion. Too narrow back will be uncomfortable, too wide - ugly. Hang the canvas on the back and mark with a pencil, where the weaving begins with a rope. Fix the folded double canvas with binders and with the help of an awl, make holes for the rope at a distance of 2 cm from each other and 1-2 cm from the edge. Take about 15 meters of rope,fold it in half and find the middle (7.5m). Tie in a small bundle. Then stretch each end of the rope into the upper opening of the blade so that the knot is in the middle of the fabric. Untie the knot, it will not be needed anymore. Start the weaving on one side. Pull the rope to the frame, follow the steps shown in photos A-C, tighten and pull the rope through the next hole below. Repeat the A-C on the opposite side, and continue plaiting down the canvas, alternately switching between the left and right sides. So the backrest will remain flat and will not go to one side. Superfluous ends of the rope cut, tie strongknot, and then - a playful bow on the back of the canvas. For greater reliability, the assembly can be fixed with a droplet of glue. Restoration of the Viennese chair with your own hands is over! He certainly will find his place under the sun, both in the kitchen or in the living room, and in the bedroom.