So, You Love Mid-Century Furniture?

You are not going to want to miss this! Our Official Launch is happening in a couple weeks! We look forward to meeting you, and showing off our new pieces in this gorgeous event space on the Dartmouth waterfront!  Plenty of free parking.  124 Alderney Drive, Dartmouth, B2Y 0B4 – King’s Wharf, at the formerContinue reading “So, You Love Mid-Century Furniture?”

Introducing: Our very first collaborative set

Check this out! Artisan Upholstery Studio and Retrospekt have started to combine their skills to bring fantastic vintage design to the Maritimes! Curious about what the heck that means? Read on.. The Retrospekt boys, Mark and Val, are pretty great at sourcing out some really cool furniture from far and wide. With serious packing skills, andContinue reading “Introducing: Our very first collaborative set”

Retro Accent Chair

Just listed! This great vintage Kroehler accent chair would add a pop of colour and retro flair to any space.  It features beautiful, durable wool fabrics, including Kvadrat Divina Melange felted wool. All new foam and materials makes this a “brand new”, authentically vintage chair.  SOLD Check out the Re-Styled Collection for more info.             

DIY: Easy Seat Cushion (without piping)

I’ve been teaching upholstery workshops for a couple of years now. It’s been absolutely amazing – I would never have guessed that I’d enjoy it so much. My students have all been great, and very eager to learn! So, it has been a real surprise to me that many people are reluctant to sew. EspeciallyContinue reading “DIY: Easy Seat Cushion (without piping)”

Releasing the Kraken (or, How I’ve been spending my Xmas holidays)

So here we are, smack in the middle of holiday down-time, over-indulgence and family togetherness…and it is all good. The snow has finally begun to fall in earnest, which means the kids have put down their electronics, and have dug out their sleds. Red-cheeked with runny noses, they’ll return for steaming hot chocolate – butContinue reading “Releasing the Kraken (or, How I’ve been spending my Xmas holidays)”