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If you have an old Ikea sofa or chair that has seen better days but don’t have the money to buy a new one you should consider buying a slip cover. Bemz slipcovers are a great choice for refreshing your existing Ikea furniture. Their covers are made to stretch over the furniture for a nice snug fit. They are also easily removed for machine washing. You can choose from over 160 different colors and designs to fit your style or your interior design.

Bemz slipcovers are available for not only sofas, but for wingback chairs, recliners, love seats, chairs, sofa beds,day beds and large and oversized chairs and sofas. So no matter what you may have to cover up, Bemz has something to fit it. When shopping for a slip cover you can preorder a fabric swatch so that you can be sure that its what you want. If you are looking for a unique look, Bemz covers come in many different patterns from world renowned designers like the Designer’s Guild, Lisa Bengtsson and Stig Lindberg. If you are looking for something more subtle, you can also find covers in solid colors of various shades.

Bemz slipcover prices will vary based on what style slipcover you need as well as the fabric you choose. For instance if you have the Backamo 3 seater sofa from Ikea you can choose from Panama Cotton, Belgian Linen Blend, Chenille Cotton, Textured Cotton, Pure Washed Linen as well as other fabric choices. If you choose the basic Panama Cotton in a solid color the price will be around $265, however if you choose one of the Pure Washed Linens you will pay around $635. If you have throw pillows on your sofa you can also purchase covers for them as well so that you can coordinate your new look. Again, prices will vary for those depending on size and fabric, but will typical start around $25.

So if you have purchased any of the Ikea brand chairs or sofas and have decided to redesign your living area, don’t go out spend more money on buying a new piece of furniture. Incorporate your existing furniture into your new design by adding Bemz slipcovers.

Source by Dave Gorski