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Our “Tru” Take on Tru by Hilton’s Hospitality Design

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As the midscale sector booms, the latest designs from the Tru by Hilton brand bring a fresh and enjoyable hotel experience at an accessible price point. They pack their modern design with personality, making a quick stay in a city an opportunity for socializing, networking, or relaxing. In today’s hotel, modern pieces have an impressive impact on the guest experience; …

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A Toast to Sonoma County Hospitality Artwork

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Our latest project is in conjunction with Turn-Key Hospitality Solutions at the Holiday Inn Windsor, California. Not only is the location incredible, but also the hotel itself is an impressive new-build with 200 stunning rooms in the heart of Sonoma County.     While we have partnered with some amazing artists on previous projects, we are excited to feature all …

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Spring Sneak Peeks

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The uniqueness of our hospitality artwork and photography truly captures a city’s beauty and spirit. As we continue to put together our final project portfolios, we want to offer a sneak peek of our newest favorite place in Sonoma County– Windsor, California. Our designers and artists loved sharing these views with the office. What do you think?        

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Inspiration to Reality: New Beginnings

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Spring is in full swing at our Atlanta office! With new cities under our belt and exciting partnerships on the horizon, we welcome the season with eager anticipation. Before we share a few of our favorite floral designs, here’s a quick update on what where we have been all winter. Racking Up the Miles Our recent projects have taken us coast-to-coast …

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Casting the Mold: Beetlekill Blues

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It is not often that mountain pine beetles are a source of new life. But not only is Charise Buckley repairing their destruction, she is creating beauty in its midst. Her entire line of furniture at Beetlekill Blues is sourced from naturally fallen trees, most from recent beetle epidemics.     Everything about the wood is customized. The final design embraces …