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A store front with a glass front.
A building with a glass front door.
A group of wicker baskets.
A dining table with a vase of flowers on it.
A room with shelves and baskets.
A table with books on it.
A room with tables and chairs.
A table with a chess board and glasses on it.
A room with a table and shelves with objects on it.
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Hudson Grace

San Francisco, California

Restraint and design discipline, along with modern detail and quality craftsmanship characterize this Hudson Grace store. A well-balanced play of high-gloss and matte surfaces help to differentiate millwork features from the residential architectural envelope. Brand colors of white, gray and international orange – referencing the Golden Gate Bridge – are strategically integrated within the store and exterior signage to compliment a primarily neutral merchandise palette. Floor fixtures of cold rolled steel and dark wood juxtapose the cash wrap and display pedestals in ash and warm white paint.  A low ceiling height creates an intimate and personal scale, expressing the store’s concept: “a house, a home.” 



  • Association for Retail Environments (A.R.E.) 2013 A.R.E. Design Awards – Outstanding Merit – Hardline Specialty Store (up to 3,000 square foot)