We love when our customers think our Crawfish Cotillion is a fun design as much as we do! It’s exciting for us to see it being used in an office development and helps enhance the project.
We also appreciate that this design from the Gulf Coast Collection helped give hurricane relief aid to those in need in both Houston and cities ravaged by the three hurricanes, Harvey, Irma and Maria, that we experienced back-to-back this fall of 2017. This design along with other purchases this year also contributed to our ongoing efforts for Gulf Coast Recovery and our hometown, with a portion of proceeds going to the GNOF (Greater New Orleans Fund).
Kudos to Courtney Thomas the architect with Inventure Design, who helped develop the space and chose all the patterns that invigorate the interiors with fun and lively designs. The look and feel of the interior rooms are not your average office spaces. We appreciate commercial developers and architects who break the mold in creating something different.
There is something to be said for being successful risk-takers!
Casart Coverings’ Crawfish Cotillion in Casart Regular self-adhesive wallcovering was used in the men’s bathroom. Being a high-grade, commercial vinyl, this wallcovering choice was perfect for this location since it is long-lasting, highly durable and can be easily cleaned.
The wallcovering was a snap to install. Aaron of Pipeline called to ask some questions at the beginning of their installation and “bam!” in less than 1.5 hours he was kindly snapping and sending photos of all the installed wallcovering. No mess, glue or hassle held up their process.
Some of the traditionally applied wallpaper used in the remaining rooms was from the 70’s. Not sure how long it took to apply but looks great paired with contemporary furnishings.
Many thanks for sharing, Aaron!
Wishing you all the best success for this and your other development projects.
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