Room for Improvement

Posted by on May 13, 2013 in News | No Comments

We did some design work for the Essentially Seattle retail space almost one year ago but never got around to posting it here.  Better late than later!  The project entailed giving this existing Seattle Center building, then known simply as the Gift Shop, an interior remodel with new retail fixtures and an exterior makeover with new graphics and signage.

Essentially Seattle - Before

Essentially Seattle – Before

Our client engaged a graphic designer to develop the brand logo and brand colors.  We selected paint colors to match or complement the brand colors and breathe new life into the existing architecture.  We also did space planning for new fixtures, selected interior colors and finish materials and worked with signage contractors to incorporate branding into signs and window graphics.

Essentially Seattle - After

Essentially Seattle – After

Photos by George Oakley / McVey Oakley Design Studio

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