Monthly Archives: December 2011

Spruce’s Top 10 of 2011 and Annual Discount!

Hello, hello! Hope everyone had a nice holiday weekend. We came back stuffed beyond belief with delicious food, and no thanks to Amanda’s mom, we will continue to overeat sweets. Not gonna complain about those treats making it up to the shop! It’s that time of year again where we take a look back and »

Before and Afters!

Happy Holidays one and all! We have not been holding out our spectacular makeovers from you on purpose, we’ve just been BIZ-ZAY! We know you have been too! It’s long overdue for us to share with you another round of successful makeovers – they happen daily! Check out some of our recent favorites below… First »

A very “Spruced” Christmas!

As one would expect, we have been very busy little elves pumping out furniture just in time for your holiday parties but we haven’t been too busy to do a little celebrating ourselves.  Last Thursday Meredith played hostess for our annual Spruce Christmas party.  It was a delightful evening.  We had a delicious feast of »

Spruce Goes Extreme!

As the year winds down the work to get done by the Holidays always seems to wind up at Spruce! We have been busy little elves finishing our client projects, but have decided to take on a few side projects as well. Those of us in Central Texas are very familiar with the devastation the »

Fall Class Transformations!

    We have had such a busy few months so please forgive me for the late posting…but better late than never.  They came, they created, they conquered…and they had fun while doing so.  These classes are so much fun because the gratification is pretty much instant.  Goodwill worthy chairs become unique treasures in the »

December Upholstery Basics is Live!

December’s Upholstery Basics column is up on Design*Sponge. If you want to learn how to complete your chair that has a picture-back, click HERE! Take a look at these Upholstery Basics tutorials below to help you complete your redesigned chair: upholstery basics: coil seat finale upholstery basics: constructing coil seats — part 2 upholstery basics: »