Posts Tagged: workshop

Amy Flurry Workshop at Spruce!

It is a busy Fall full of fun events here at the shop. Spruce and Terrace Partners have an exciting event coming up in November that we would love for you all to attend! Amy Flurry, a freelance writer, editor, and stylist has recently written a book called Recipe for Press, Pitch Your Story Like »

Calling all Designers, Join us at Design Camp!

An exciting event will be coming to Austin from October 24-26! It’s called Design Camp, and if you’re an interiors fanatic, like we are,  you’ll feel like a kid in a candy shop! This three-day workshop is the brain child of celebrity designers Lori Dennis and Kelli Ellis. Both have spent years mentoring interior designers »

Fall Upholstery Classes Open!

I know many of you have been asking, so we have officially posted our Fall 2011 class schedule! If you’re looking for a fun-filled upholstery extravaganza, sign up for a Spruce workshop with Amanda and Clar and makeover a piece of your own. We have BYOC and bench classes available. Check out the schedule below »

Inside Spruce’s workshop!

It’s been a few weeks in the new shop, and we are finally beginning to feel settled. Whew! Some of you have been interested in seeing more photos, specifically the place where the magic happens…..the workshop. We now have double doors into the workshop, so no more squeezing through a single door with massive pieces »

Before and After: Classes!

We have officially posted our Summer 2011 class schedule. If you’re looking for a fun-filled upholstery extravaganza, sign up for a Spruce workshop with Amanda and Clar and makeover a piece of your own. We have BYOC and bench classes available. Check out the schedule below or click HERE to register for class! BYOC (Bring »

Oh, the Tools of Our Lives…

Upholsterers use a number of tools that are highly specialized and unique to the trade. In this post we’d like to share with you a few of our favorite tools that we use on a daily basis. First, Max, the love of our lives … our favorite pneumatic staple gun. What makes Max so special »