New Year, New Furniture (of course!)

I hope you rang in the new year with lots of happiness and excitement! It turns out 2020 was a very busy year in the home improvement industry, and I am very grateful for that. A huge thank you to all my clients for keeping me active throughout the year. We met safely and at a distance last year, and I especially enjoyed sitting outdoors for fabric meetings in the warmer months. I am glad to still be able to meet face to face, albeit with masks.

The new year has brought changes to my home as well! I decided to update my own furniture, because I love to test out my favourite and most recommended fabrics. This enables me to assure you of the quality when choosing fabric for your home.

Even if you feel a purple sofa isn’t in your future, I hope you’ll enjoy some inspiration!

Happy New Year!

Aimee

16 thoughts on “New Year, New Furniture (of course!)

  1. Beautiful work, do you at all do internships for folks wanting to learn to do this at home, not run a business

    1. At the moment, I do not teach, but once we can safely be close together without masks my workshops will start back up. I also offer a training and mentoring program for more serious students and those who would need to travel from away.

  2. You have a lovely looking home, I especially like the large picture of the octopus on the wall, is this painted by yourself?
    You have always made Upholstery fun and accessible, Thank you for your time and knowledge.
    Have a great new year and stay safe.
    Looking forward to more great videos and designs from you.
    All the best.
    Lindsay Gilmore, London uk

    1. Thanks so much Lindsay, great hearing from you again. Yes, I did the octopus painting some time ago. A client once told me that it’s suitable, because in upholstery you need 8 hands to do a good job 🤣.

      More videos in 2021, I promise!

      Hope your 2021 is a great one! Keep in touch.

      Aimee

  3. Hi Aimee, Just got this email. Great to hear that your New Year gathering went well. Noticed you have a Great looking Vintage home with obviously a Great interior decorator too. I am looking forward to seeing and hearing what you have in mind for this year. Always love to see your skills at work. Chris

    Aimee posted: ” I hope you rang in the new year with lots of happiness and excitement! It turns out 2020 was a very busy year in the home improvement industry, and I am very grateful for that. A huge thank you to all my clients for keeping me active throughout the year.”

    1. Thanks Chris! YouTube will be a top priority for me in 2021, and it’s thanks to supporters like you that it is working out for me! I appreciate you keeping in touch!

  4. Aimee, your are unbridled! Wonderfully whimsical results on your own furniture. Happy New Yaer!

  5. Thank you Aimee for the lovely email. I’m glad you had a prosperous year and all the best for 2021. Your living room looks fantastic. I love the colour choices especially those yellow flowers. Can you please tell me the style and name of the two matching chairs in window? I absolutely love them. Happy New Year Aimee

    Kathie

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    1. Hi Kathie,
      Happy New Year! I’m not sure of the name of the chairs, but I keep them because the sides make the shape of an ‘A’ , haha!

  6. Gorgeous ! Was wondering where to find the DIY course schedule and pricing. Thanks.

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    1. Hi Anne,

      I removed that because of COVID restrictions. Because of the closeness required, they will begin again when we can be unmasked in close proximity. I’ll announce it on Facebook!

    1. Hi Caroline,

      Thanks, I’ll announce on Facebook when the workshops start up again! (Once masks are no longer a requirement).

  7. Aimee , Happy new Year to you and your family as well !!!! Aimee’s creativity and talent is unsurpassed.~ we were so impressed by the quality of her work,attention to detail and her transforming our furniture.Regards Joan Walls Bedford , NS

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