Starbucks opened up their first Tazo Tea store in Seattle on November 16th of 2012. The Seattle Times reports “Tazo’s 1,700-square-foot store in University Village is a shabby chic collection of grays and greens, with an off-white chandelier at its center and clear jars of teas on its shelves.” Read more
My regular readers may recall that I did a post on Aaron R. Thomas’ acrylic pieces way back in March.
And, as my uncanny ability to predict trends proves, yesterday’s LA Times featured a story on the new opening of their California gallery.
Furniture designer Aaron R. Thomas, known for bent acrylic tables and chairs beloved by fans of Hollywood Regency and 1970s design, will open the gallery a.r.t.a.e. on Saturday.
The new 4,000-square-foot space, a collaboration with artist Anne Ewen, is not only a showcase for pieces such as the Waterfall table ($1,825), shown above with the new silk-screened Antiquities umbrella holder ($380), but also a venue for Thomas and Ewen to exhibit their ethereal abstract paintings.
Event runs 7 to 11 p.m.
2777 Bristol St., Suite D,
Costa Mesa; (714) 434-1113;
If you can’t make it to the actual opening or new gallery, you can shop their products online here.
Way to go guys! Congratulations!