If you’ve been following along for a while, you know that we have been building out a new office space. While we loved the character and charm of our former office space in Old Town, we were quickly outgrowing the space and lacked functionality to be able to create and collaborate with our team and clients.

With the new studio, we really strived to create a space that was welcoming, comfortable, elevated, and inspiring. So, with that, let’s take a tour!

“At the core, we wanted to create a space that felt upscale and professional, while also super comfortable and homey.”

Our space is located on the ground level of the Bridge Plaza building, with our own exterior entrance tucked on the back corner of the building. Upon entering the space, you may first notice a beautiful custom glass wall installed by South Central Glass. This created the perfect nook to welcome guests, allowing for a moment to hang your coat and prepare for your meeting.

Collaborative Space
The primary space was designed to be open and collaborative. With two expansive solid oak tables spanning five feet by twelve feet, our team is able to easily transition from focused productive time to breakout brainstorming sessions. These beautiful tables were made by Brett Winters Construction, and provide the versatility we needed for the space, with the ability to swap out our office chairs for event seating for our studio rental, which is available for the community to host workshops and events.

Design Library
One of the most anticipated spaces of the new office was the design library. Where ultimate functionality meets sophistication, this area has loads of storage for everything from design samples to photography props and tools, and open tabletop areas and mood boards to create and visualize design concepts.

From holding more relaxed client meetings to enjoying a glass of wine together at the end of the workday, we knew we wanted a cozy lounge area in the new studio. The showstopper in this area is the massive fireplace featuring Vetter Stone coupled with a modern electric insert and frame TV that serves as both art and the ability to present during meetings.

Conference Room + Private Office
If you ever visited our former location, you know that one thing we lacked was private meeting space so having two separate spaces (with doors!) has been invaluable. While the primary workspace is light, open, and airy, we wanted these spaces to feel more intimate and dramatic. From the dark walls (Urban Bronze by Sherwin Williams) and statement seating to the artwork and accent lighting, every detail comes together to create this feeling of professionalism and comfort.

Finally, we’ll end the tour with the space that holds everyone’s favorites: snacks and wine. We worked with KS Designs on the custom cabinetry in both the kitchen and design library, which feature nine-foot-tall cabinets, leveraging the height of the space to maximize storage. To compliment the dark cabinets, we selected brass hardware from Rejuvenation and the Everleigh design by Cambria for both the countertops and backsplash. Next to the kitchen is a small seating area, which serves as the perfect break area for our team to eat lunch, chat, and relax.

Thanks for touring the space with us! We are so grateful to have this space to work from each day, and are excited for the community to take advantage of studio rental as well.

Special thank you to everyone who helped bring this space to life including Wallace Electric, Malterer Mechanical, 7-Systems, KS Designs, Brett Winters Construction, our lead interior designer on the project, Molly Schugel, and our project manager, Dylan Woitas.