Cushion slings are primarily used on most brands of PVC patio furniture, but there are
other types of casual furniture that incorporate cushion slings as well.
There are many shapes and sizes of cushion slings, used on casual dinette chairs, recliners, lounge chairs,
ottoman footstools, and even loveseats and sofas. For this reason, we don't want to know your furniture brand or
anything else about your furniture!
Read over this page and follow the links to learn more about cushion sling removal and installation, the fabric
choices, and to place your order.
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Cushion Sling Types
There are many shapes and sizes of cushion slings, and various methods used to attach them to the furniture
frames. The most common attachment method is a series of loops or pockets sewn into the edges of the sling, that
are slid over the chair frame. They must fit tight, so proper measurement is essential. Even a 1/4" error could
potentially cause a problem.
With that in mind, we have provided you with diagrams of the most common ones so you can identify them for
ordering. However, if your sling type is not shown here, don't worry. We'll make them just like the sample(s) you
Ottoman or simple chair sling
Typical chair sling
Typical Chaise lounge sling (may be 2 pieces)
Typical recliner sling (may be 2 pieces)
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