Monday, April 18, 2016

Farmers Union Pour House Update



Sorry for my absence from blogging.  We have been busy! My son and daughter in law have been working like crazy to get the Pour House open soon.  The sheetrock is finally done so we are finishing the painting this weekend. Beau loved being downtown where he could greet all the passersby.
























Here is the color pallett.  The ceilings are very high and some of the ducting etc. will be exposed so the idea is for it to disappear.  It is painted chalk stripe by Ralph Lauren as are the front doors. 


The two small walls at the entrance and the back left wall are painted Spinach Dip by Behr for a pop of color. The hallways and baths will be painted greywood by Behr.























In a prior post I gave you a tutorial on how to age wood with concrete in four simple steps here


Here is what the wall looks like now with the brick and the green walls.  






Here are the backs of the banquette that will be in the front on either side of the door. Fred from Ace Upholstery performed his magic on these. Yvonne from Soft Accents is constructing french cushions in the same sunbrella ticking for the seats.




If you follow me on instagram you saw this very cool arch that will soon adorn one of the old brick walls




These fabulous doors from the warehouse will be placed behind each of the tall bar tables.  Don't you love the "patina"? 



We are getting down to the fun stuff! Sorry for my lack of posts.  Follow me on instagram here to see what I am currently up to.  I am headed to the sf design center today!

12 comments:

  1. Love every touch, especially the doors!! Enjoy your week.

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  2. Its going to look amazing...when it opens I want to come visit!

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  3. Everything is coming along beautifully. I cannot to see the finished product.

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  4. I want to come too, Cindy!!! You are so creative. See you for lunch!

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  5. Love the arch! Perhaps it could be hung above a chalkboard? And maybe lighted underneath -- so guests could see the outlines and the chalkboard?

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  6. Everything is lovely and can hardly wait to see the finished results. Where is this location at? Never know I just maybe in that area sometime.

    Mary

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  7. Love all your choices! The aged wood with concrete is wonderful, especially next to the brick wall. It's all coming along so nicely. I think I'll have to make a trip up north just to visit this great place.

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  8. I WILL NEED YVONNE SOON!Is she down your way...........I need to buy foam and outdoor material for TWO FRENCH DAY BEDS.................BIG and a PETITE one so the dogs and I can NAP in the GARDEN!
    LOVE YOUR COLOR SCHEME!WIsh I could pop over the bridge to say HELLO!NO CAN DO TODAY!

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  9. Cindy,
    The place looks fabulous. I love the way it's coming along. I'm sure everyone will be thrilled when it's finished and open for business. Congratulations.
    xo,
    Karen

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  10. Wow I love those paint colors. And those lush doors-! What a great idea to place them behind the bar table. Looks like you guys are creating a wonderful ambiance Cindy. Where is The Pour House? I need to get over there.
    xo
    Leslie

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  11. Sooooo cool! I love it all: the patina, textures, colors, etc. And I want that tin / metal arch. Looking really good, Cindy.
    Cheers,
    L

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  12. It is looking so good Cindy! I love the brick wall, and especially those doors! Wonderful:)

    And of course, Beau! He's my favorite thing too!

    Sheila
    xo

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