Your lovely family heirlooms aren’t serving anyone when they're sitting in storage for years on end. We would be honored to transform your pre-loved plates, bowls, teacups and more into practical serving pieces and decor that the whole family can appreciate.
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Is your china collecting dust?
Turning your dusty heirlooms into elegant and practical serving pieces is easier than you might think! Watch to learn more about transforming vintage china or book a consultation and we'll walk you through it.
When was the last time you used the "good china"?
You can't bear to simply give it away, we get it. Our upcycling service has helped hundreds of families create give new life to old china. We would be honored to help you do the same.
Frequently asked Questions
All of the products that we sell in our online store and carry in the studio can be made using your china. This includes: tiered serving trays, jewelry trays, accessory stands, planters, candles, catchall trays, bird feeders, necklaces, ornaments and more!
Find all of our custom product options and pricing HERE.
After our consultation, we will send you our tried and true packing and shipping tips & address.
When we've completed your custom order, we will ship it back to you or make arrangements to send your pieces to friends and family.
Once your china arrives at our studio, it takes approximately 7 business days for your pieces to be transformed. Please allow an additional 3-5 days for delivery.
Because candles take time to cure, teacup candles can take up to 1 month for turnaround.
Prices range from $39 for a ring or candy dish made from a saucer to $149 for a 3-Tier tray with a teacup on top.
A consultation is not required, but is preferred, particularly if it's your first time upcycling with us.
Simply check out online as if you were purchasing any other product and select your hardware preference from the dropdown menu.
You will receive shipping instructions and packing tips following check out.
Yes, we do — and we offer gift wrapping too!
Tips for decluttering & downsizing
“Your heart can never be too full, your house can be.”
For resources and tips on preserving
the memories and parting ways with the rest, click below.