Emerald Water Anglers store by Blackmouth Design, Seattle – Washington

December 1st, 2014 by retail design blog

Similar interests can often lead to friendship and in this case, a guided fly fishing trip to explore local Puget Sound waters turned into a partnership and collaboration. The guide, Dave McCoy, explained his lifelong dream of opening a fly fishing/outdoor shop in West Seattle. When the time was right, Dave reached out, we had beers, and I went home and sketched what today is Emerald Waters. It is a space filled with hot rolled steel and warm woods. Products and apparel are displayed in ways no other fly fishing location has done before.

Designed by Blackmouth Design
The mural was created by Chris Haberman
Design and fabrication Rich Batcheller
Photography by Aaron Leitz

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