Starbucks Roy Street Coffee & Tea, Seatle

August 26th, 2011 by retail design blog

A.R.E. Awards – Specialty Food Retailer – Grand Prize

This Starbucks location focuses on the coffee house culture and relates to the location’s film and art community while paying tribute to the local architecture. Concrete floors are paired with custom, tailored velvet furniture and drapery. Salvaged barnwood walls are combined with antique furniture pieces to bring warmth and comfort, as well as maintaining an eclectic identity. At 3,600 square feet, intimate seating areas with sliding old factory window partitions and velvet drapery create private zones.







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