A simple fabric replacement and graphic update can make a world of difference
An awning doesn’t have to be large to make a big impact. This Metal Tie Rod awning looks very at home on this modern townhouse rooftop and is both a practical and beautiful addition.
We recently completed the last in a long-line of awning replacements and refreshes in Seattle’s U-District. These projects varied in style and scope, but all of them turned out great and are helping to bring new life to these beloved businesses. Check out the projects and see if you can recognize some well-known spots.
We recently repaired and recovered all of the frames for this commercial building in Shoreline. Totaling 19 frames and completed in two phases, this refresh gave the whole building a lift. We also added some new acrylic panels to a few of the awnings to display current and future business graphics.
This business had a large loading dock area that needed a cover to protect shipments from the rain as they came in. We worked with them to design a large custom metal structure with a durable Weblon vinyl cover. This canopy should help keep them and their shipments dry for a very long time toContinue reading “Form and Function”
We love when we have the opportunity to work with other Seattle businesses! Sara from Ohsun worked with us to come up with an awning design for her new restaurant that was both functional and appropriate for the historic Pioneer Square district. We landed on their final design which uses neutral vinyl, but includes aContinue reading “Local Business: Ohsun”
The owner of Hong Kong Bistro was looking to update their awning without straying too far from their roots. We worked with them to design a new cover that incorporated new graphics, powder coated the frame, and slightly raised the awning for a more modern, but still classic look.
The Butler Garage in Downtown Seattle needed a refresh. We repainted and recovered the existing frames and added one new matching frame. The result is a clean, modern, updated look for the building.
Japonessa in downtown Seattle wanted to recover their existing awnings, and add an all new cover to their seating area. We offer full rendering and permit services and we worked with Japonessa to create and submit their permit application. You can see an early rendering in the gallery below, final graphics were changed before installation.