This chair however was a little more complicated. I will try my best to take you through the steps. But if you are considering doing this, just jump in. Go with a cheap chair, so if you mess up a little it will be okay.
First of all I took a ton of pictures before I started so I could go back and see exactly how it was set up.
I took the entire chair apart and spray painted it white
Once the paint was dry on the chair, I began putting the fabric on the back.
This part was a little difficult, because it had to be just the right size. I used the old piece of fabric as a template, I laid it out on the new fabric and cut around it. You must pull the fabric taut as you staple. It was hard to get the pattern to line up straight.
After this was on tight, the layers of cushion went on top of it. The cusion and batting were in good shape so I re-used them.
This really is not as hard as it looks. If you want to try it out for the first time, I recommend doing a chiar like this. Avoid a chair with a lot of fabric and intricate details. You may end up frustrated and giving up. But I assure you, if I can do this so can you!
If you have any questions, I would be happy to try and answer them for you. Keep in mind this was my first try, I may not know all the correct terminalogy for reupholstry.