Door Number Two

The shop has a side door… convenient for custom clients, but fairly useless otherwise. Until yesterday it was a boring, dingy old white door.

We’ve got a few colors in store for the space, and it should come as no surprise that orange is one of them!

Now it’s nice!

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10 Responses to “Door Number Two”

  1. Brigitte Says:

    That orange looks fantastic!

  2. Kirstie Says:

    WOW that last photograph is fantastic!!! I’ve always wanted an orange door.
    Love how it matches your belt. It’s so exciting watching it all come together with such creativity.

  3. Maggie Says:

    The whole place is looking amazing and that orange is PERFECT. I can’t wait to see how things keep coming together!

  4. Candis Says:

    It’s looking awesome. Can’t wait to stop by next time I’m in Chicago.

  5. Phil Says:

    Hi there–
    we live down the street and often pass by what is becoming your storefront. I finally decided today to look up your company and find your website and blog. We’re glad to see you making such great progress and look forward to stopping by!
    Best,
    Phil

    • emily Says:

      Phil,

      Thanks for checking in on our blog! We’re working as fast as we can to get our shop open and operational… and we’re getting close. Just a few more weeks.

      Next time you’re at the corner, peek in and see if we’re here; we’d love to chat.

  6. Tessa Menotte Says:

    Love the orange door, it is a fabulous shade. I was wondering if you would share the color name? I was planning to paint my front door orange and this one is fabulous!

    • emily Says:

      absolutely! It’s BEHR Maple Leaf 250D-6. Since we used it on an outdoor wall, we got Exterior Semi-Gloss… on the existing white door, it took about 3 coats to get it really nice and solid… we’re really happy with how it turned out, so I’m ecstatic that you like it, too!

      • Tessa menotte Says:

        Thanks for passing on the color! I painted it on my door today and it looks fantastic! So bright and welcoming.

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