Wednesday, October 16, 2013

What We Do

Aimee Rose Emporium is just beginning, so we figured now would be a good time to explain what we do. Upcycling. We take in previously owned, unloved or orphaned furniture and other vintage finds and give them new life and eventually a new loving home. My mother (the Aimee portion of Aimee Rose Emporium) has been doing this for over 30 years and I (the Rose portion) grew up surrounded by her work. Now out of school (Woohoo!), I am trying to make a living the same way. I've always been inspired by my mother and now we have decided to work together. We love what we do and we hope you do too. Here are some pictures of some of our sold items. More pictures to come of more current work for sale.
Cabinet with painted screen door. 

Peter Hunt style painted glasses. Cute and functional!

Rose painted skates. Also cute and functional!

Peter Hunt style desk lamp.

Fairy High chair.

Daisy side table.

Floral desk.

Mosaic Lion Table.

Mosaic Peacock TV stand.

Painted house dresser.

Purple painted storage bench.

Beautiful baroque rose dresser.

Tulip dresser painted to match drapes.

Peter Hunt style antique telephone.

Old refurbished trunk

Cool shoes painted for a friend

Vintage style polymer clay earrings

Vintage style polymer clay and turquoise earrings

More Vintage style polymer clay earrings.

Another refinished trunk.

Oil tank cow.

Milk can pigs.

Clipboard based on the cover of "Esperanza Rising" by Pam Muñoz Ryan.

Rosemaled china cabinet.

Painted antique window.

Painted china hutch.

Pyrography plaque based on Mucha's work.

Pyrography leather purse for a family member.

Rainforest dresser.

Rainforest dresser top.

Pyrography wood frames.

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