When Open Air Vintage in Long Beach, CA contacted the interior designers at Satin & Slate, they were in search for an interior design company that could transform a blank store space into a modern vintage clothing and designer shoe store.
From design elements to floor plans and material selections, Satin and Slate’s interior designers worked hand-in-hand with OAV’s general contractor, throughout the entire construction process. Our interior design team and office of assistants helped design and submit plans to the city, pull permits, and make changes to make sure the store opened on time. The outcome, a beautifully designed store that is inviting and trendsetting.
About Open Air Vintage: A Retail Store With A Focus On Interior Design
Open Air Vintage is an aesthetically driven retail store with curated clothing, exclusive sneakers, plants and accessories. We strive to be economically friendly, as over half of the items in our store are second-hand, including a wide variety of vintage t-shirts and outerwear. Our one-of-a-kind, custom shoe wall carries a curated selection of Nikes and Adidas sneakers. We have re-imagined the traditional vintage store by bringing natural, outdoor elements inside our space to enhance the shopping experience for customers. Open Air Vintage allows customers to shop everything trendy, luxury and more without contributing to today’s mass-production and fast fashion.
Open Air Vintage had a vision for their store. Satin & Slate helped realize their vision by creating a shopping environment that matched their mission statement.
Project Year: 2021
Project Cost: $20,000-25,000
General Contractor: Builder Boy
City: Long Beach, CA
Country: United States
Zip Code: 90808
Please feel free to visit our work by shopping at Open Air Vintage located inside the Long Beach Exchange Retail shopping center.
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Open Air Vintage
3891 N Lakewood Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90808
What The Retail Space Looked Like Before It Was Remodeled
This commercial remodeling project began with an empty retail space facing the busy shopping center inside the Long Beach Exchange retail center. Utilizing existing store fixtures and keeping the cement ground, our interior designers were challenged to design a retail space with minimal tenant improvements.