Luxurious New Starbucks in New Orleans Inspired by 1900s’ Merchant Stores | Inhabitat   Leave a comment

starbucksNew Starbucks in New Orleans Puts “Reclaimation” to Good Use!!! Vintage schoolhouse chairs, tables made from wind-fallen trees….it is a re-purposer’s paradise.

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The back room of the store was designed to look like the merchant’s living space, offering a much more relaxed atmosphere. Vintage schoolhouse chairs around huge tables made from wind-fallen trees offer customers a comfortable place to work and socialize. It also features a large mural created by the artist Tommy Taylor, which references the New Orleans’ shipping heritage.

via Luxurious New Starbucks in New Orleans Inspired by 1900s’ Merchant Stores | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.

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Posted December 13, 2013 by bibbieandblue in Green Business, Re-imagined

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