For an eager entrepreneur: My NYC commercial office client referred to me his colleague who had recently moved to Nashville and was at the helm of opening the third home for their successful business. Dan G., lovingly referred to as Dang, is consummately cool. The only piece that he wanted in the entire, concrete-laden, loft-like office was a mustard yellow armchair with florescent pink palm trees on it. I'm pretty sure I've seen that exact pattern as a blazer he's worn before. A lover of simple, clutter-free design with an affinity for funk, it would be a unique office project I was excited to take on.
By B: Blue painters type and acrylic stark white paint livened up a basic particleboard conference room table, grounded by an Aztec-patterned rug with a soft weave. Metal tangerine orange chairs round out the room with Edison string lights swoop overhead to create a whimsical meeting room fit for the music business. Statement clocks set to the time zones of each business location, matching painted logo with metallic lettering and antique stools with hairpin legs match the sheen on the concrete floor. To bring some green to the space, a hanging plant hung on the metal laundry hook is a purposeful pop.