Exciting Announcement: New Beginnings for Natural Upholstery!

Living Home Furniture is changing its name to NewLeaf Natural Upholstery

Living Home Furniture is getting a name change! Soon you’ll be hearing from me under the new name ‘NewLeaf Natural Upholstery’

Living Home Furniture is changing its name to NewLeaf Natural Upholstery

I’m so excited to tell you about the changes that are happening:

As always, UPHOLSTERY & DESIGN are the main attraction.

Here’s what you’ll continue to see in this blog, and social media (Facebook, Pinterest & Instagram):

  • What’s Inside – deconstruction to reconstruction + the materials that go into it
  • How it’s Put Together – specific steps in the reupholstery process
  • Design Inspiration – fabric & textile design, before & afters, and what’s happening in the world of upholstery today (with an emphasis on Creativity)

As the new name suggests, NATURAL sets the stage for how I’ll be sharing upholstery with you

I’ll be exploring ways to help you support your family’s health through design & natural living. Here’s what you can expect to see more of:

  • Videos – free access to short & sweet how-to’s, fabric tips, my favorite tools & materials and more
  • New opportunities to learn upholstery – online classes specifically focused on using natural & organic materials in upholstery
  • Expanded Online Shop for Natural Upholstery Materials – with all the support you need to find what’s right for your eco-friendly furniture project. Until the new shop opens, you can visit the current shop here to buy natural latex, wool and organic cotton ticking fabric.

I’ll be sharing the latest from my studio each month about what’s fun and health-wise in the world of furniture & upholstery. If you haven’t been getting my emails and you’re interested in hearing more, you can sign up for the mailing list here.

About the Author

CarlaHey there! I'm Carla Pyle. I love the stories that our furniture tells. For me a picture of my Granddaddy Milton's green upholstered arm chair brings to mind the vivid rhymes & colors of 'The Cat in the Hat' and his soft low voice in the telling. I love too that there is always an element of nature in furniture - the warm-toned curving grain of a walnut leg or the reflection of life in a mid-century chrome piece. The best part of teaching & sharing natural upholstery is that it ties all of these things together. Stories - of individual experience and of the planet - help us build happy & healthy homes.View all posts by Carla →

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