While homeowners face a multitude of decisions when designing their living spaces, business owners have an even longer checklist. Creating a retail space that is not only stylish but efficient, safe, inviting to a wide range of people, and able to withstand heavy traffic is a tall order.(more…)
Back in the mid 20th century, your friendly neighborhood drugstore was much more than a place to get a prescription filled. With a soda fountain for sweet treats and aisles filled with sundries, the drugstore served as a community gathering spot. And if you were too sick to visit, the pharmacist would even deliver medicines right to your door.(more…)
A stroll down historic Haddon Avenue in Collingswood, New Jersey, just outside of Philadelphia, offers something for everyone. From a brewery, coffee shops, and the public library to restaurants offering Mexican, Indian, and Italian fare, this idyllic street is perfect for an afternoon outing.
When Ashley purchased a 2,000-square-foot warehouse to house her new home décor shop in Murrieta, California, she was faced with a stark and voluminous industrial space. Her vision was to transform the warehouse into a comfortable, inviting, and inspiring shop without losing the industrial roots.
When Aaron and his wife, Trudy, searched for a place to establish Hidden Coast Tattoo in Sebastopol, California, they discovered that landlords often have preconceived notions about the tattoo community. When they finally found space available with an amenable landlord, they weren’t thrilled with the builder-basic, bland space.