Things are slowing down for the summer around here. I've been wrapping up a few projects lately and thought I might share a few before and in-process photos (pro-afters to follow).
I teamed up with a local entrepreneur and friend to get the lobby of his new business in tip-top shape to welcome his first customers. We wanted to make the space friendly and vibrant to attract a younger crowd for the new escape room he opened.
Please excuse the iPhone photos. As poor as the photos are, I think you still get the idea.
as the deliveries were coming in...
A look at the art and accessories we chose for the space
Here are some snippets of the almost-completed space.
Since we had kind of a "citrus geometric" theme going I hung some fun containers with succulents in the entry to greet guests. The contractors and I all laid hands on these plants to wish their survival all the best ju-ju we could muster.
Yes, I just showed you a picture of a 'loo.' I can't believe it either.
and the lobby area...
I'm still waiting on this lovely mirror from Anthro to arrive. He'll hang front and center in the lobby area above the sofa. Also, you can't see them well here but these sconces from West Elm were a steal. I wanted to use these from Schoolhouse Electric but the delivery just didn't work for our four-week timeline.
Escape Artist is now open and conveniently located on Barracks Row in Washington, DC. Take a peek at the new website and book your visit. It's a great way to spend time while you wait for your table at Rose's Luxury, just sayin'.