After many months in the making we are so very excited to announce that Emmy is officially open for business! For those of you who don’t know, we have been servicing the entire state of California (and surrounding states) for many years but as the demand has grown, so has our need for a warehouse up North. I started looking for a warehouse over a year ago and couldn’t believe how hard it was to find something consistent and complimentary to our brand. I didn’t want an ordinary tilt up or boring building, but instead somewhere (similar to our Southern CA location, Elly) people could come and get a full experience of our brand. When Joel found this beauty I fell in love instantly and knew it was perfect for Found. We signed a lease immediately and started making it a bit more Found. Here are some before and after shots….
As you can see, the showroom had a great layout, so I decided to put in grey wood flooring throughout and paint it all white- a clean crisp palette to layer upon.
And here are some of the beautiful photos from our grand opening taken by the amazing duo Matt and Allison of The Edges Wedding Photographers.
I wanted to decorate the warehouse for the party while also showing the quantity of our pieces….so we created as many “installations” with furniture as we could. So grateful for my amazing husband who is always on board with my crazy ideas…and more importantly, always able to bring them to life!
ˀMy 14 year old son, Caysen, thought to stack these benches around this column like this #proudmama
Why yes, I did stack every last one of those suitcases…
French auditorium seating for the backdrop of this vignette…
I color blocked all of the areas in the showroom, mixing as many textures and materials in each color way.
I wanted this massive chalkboard to show off all of the amazing Friendors who made this party such a huge success. It pained me a bit to erase all of the original French writings still in chalk on the board, but the end result of our Recipe for a Perfect Event was well worth it and the perfect pairing with our dining vignette.
Ironstone and French paper mache bowls….my fave!
I got a thing for antique vessels….
So I also stacked some tables and chairs in a pyramid like fashion….of course.
Borrowed Blu and La Tavola Fine Linens making for the perfect table top.
Just a sampling of our custom made vintage pillows…
Paula Le Duc making everyones food dreams come true!
Paula Le Duc serving One Hope Wine … all kinds of perfection.
Our guests had so much fun planting their own succulents to take home….
Michael from Dart Collective doing his thang!
My team…My family (one in the same). It was not hard to tell who was representing found that night! #blackandwhitegingham for the win!
My heart is full.
One more thank you to the awesome vendors we love so much…
Paula Le Duc | Dart Collective | Borrowed Blu | Water Cottage | La Tavola Fine Linen | The Plant Library | One Hope Wine | Giggle and Riot | The Edges Wed | Got Lighting | Belle Flower | Elysium Productions