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If you saw swarming termites in your house two years ago, I hope you had you house treated. If not, they have your home as the food menu.
I found this book useful for descriptions of designs for domestic joinery. It also covers regulations where appropriate and has some hints for working practices that I found useful too. Manual of First and Second Fixing Carpentry http://www.amazon.co.uk/Manual-First-Second-Fixing-Carpentry/dp/1856177688
The simplest solution I've seen is to use short finish nails to pin a flat finishing panel to the bottom after standard upholstering to the seat bottom. The finish pins can go just around the perimeter where they may be hidden by whatever frame is supporting the seat. For instance, if you were using cheap but sturdy MDF as the seat bottom, on top would go ...
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