Upcycled Furniture. Giving old chairs and furniture a facelift and botox.
Upcycling is the practice of taking something that is disposable and transforming it into something of greater use and value.
All furniture is either bought or salvaged and then upcycled and revamped by me in Brooklyn, NY. You can purchase any available chairs through me directly, or here at my etsy store. All chairs are unique and one of a kind. I don't usually do pairs, unless there is a special order made. So - know that you are buying a true piece of art!
I saw this fabric in a magazine on a couch and just had to order it. I had this bubble back chair sitting in my studio and just could not find the right fabric for it, until I found the dots. And who doesn't love polka dots? You just smile looking at this great chair. I painted the frame in Benjamin Moore Old Navy #2063-10 and added a 2" cushion to the seat.
I booked my dream trip to Paris for this year and immediately got inspired! I found this beautiful linen Navy and White damask fabric and immediately thought of sitting on a balcony, overlooking Paris with a cup of tea in my hand. Then I came across the perfect chair to match the fabric. I cleaned and painted the chair in an off white enamel and reupholstered the seat, leaving the original webbing underneath in tact.
Sat on her tuffet... This little stool is perfect to rest your feet on while reading or just relaxing. I painted the frame with Benjamin Moore Black #2132-20, added a 2" cushion and covered the top in a black and white print fabric. Additionally, I added the nailheads around the outside for a little edge.
Being an artist - I love black and I like 'pretty' skulls. I thought this fabric was just that - pretty skulls in a pretty damask pattern and it matches the "bones" on the back of the chair perfectly. I cleaned and painted the chair in Rustoleum Black Enamel, and added a 2" cushion to the seat.
Pull up a seat, & tell your story! I fell in love with this fun, whimsical Ampersand (&) fabric when I spotted it on spoonflower and knew I needed a small seat because I wanted the fabric to be the main focal point. This stool was the perfect fit. I painted the stool in Benjamin Moore Black 2132-10, I kept the original horsehair stuffing and reupholstered the top - adding a black trim.
From Palm Beach to Park Ave to Palm Springs...this Imperial Emerald Green Trellis fabric is always in style.
I cleaned and painted the chair in Rust-oleum Black Enamel, and added a 2" cushion to the seat. The seat is upholstered in a cotton fabric from Spoonflower, with a white background and an emerald green trellis pattern.