Amy's Upcycles, upcycle, custom built, dining table, farm style, farm table, TCACC, Pottstown, PA, Custom built
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Seating for the Gathering

If you follow my blog, you saw last week's post about the farm-style dining table.  You know, the one for gathering friends and family.  The big one.  Well, a huge farm-style dining table requires some long benches.  Once the table was complete and delivered, I had space to build the benches. Here is the finished… Continue reading Seating for the Gathering

Amy's Upcycles, repurpose, crib to bench, upcycle, Pottstown PA, painted furniture, TCACC
Custom Built

Crib to Storage Bench

One of my favorite things about working with furniture is to be able to take a piece that no longer serves a purpose for the family and reinvent it into something sentimental, beautiful, and useful. My client held on to the crib she used for her children (it does not get more sentimental than that!!)… Continue reading Crib to Storage Bench

Amy's Upcycles, repurpose, bed to bench, upcycle, Pottstown PA, painted furniture, TCACC
Custom Built

Bed to Bench Makeover

I have seen posts over the years of people turning beds into benches but had never had the opportunity to convert one myself.  That is, until now!!  My client had her childhood twin size bed which held sentimental value but she didn't have a use for it as a bed. We discussed options and decided… Continue reading Bed to Bench Makeover

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At Attention

I was recently hired by Dave and Lesley Shade from At Attention Dog Training in King of Prussia to help complete their military-based dog training facility.  I normally work on one or two pieces for a client within their decor and was so excited to be a part of building an entire brand for this… Continue reading At Attention

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Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce Display

I'm so excited to have the opportunity to showcase examples of my work at the Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce. During the month of July, I have several pieces on display at the Chamber office.  If you are interested in seeing these items in person, you can stop by the Chamber at 152 E. High St.,… Continue reading Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce Display