Our office in downtown Healdsburg now includes a Design Studio where homeowners can come to get a sense of how the interior finishes of their new homes will look and feel and select their color palette.
The Studio, on the second floor of the old bank building on the corner of Plaza Street and Healdsburg Avenue, opened last week and includes 10 three-dimensional finish boards of both light and shadow color schemes. Homeowners also will find renderings of all residence types, and a sample of the window coverings we’ll offer.
Director of Marketing Josie Carroll said the idea behind the new 600-square-foot studio is simple: To provide homeowners a place to go, ponder design, and immerse themselves in the Mill District style.
“We wanted to create a space where homeowners could come, relax and brainstorm as they’re envisioning their new home at Mill District,” she said. The boards hang on the wall but are designed to lift off so interior designers can match finishes to fabrics and furnishings. (Sample board below.)
Because the Studio is on the second floor, homeowners can gaze through the nearly floor-to-ceiling archway windows upon a bird’s eye view of the Healdsburg Plaza down below. On a recent cloudless summer day, the Plaza was buzzing with excitement, as the Farmer’s Market was in full swing and locals were setting up for the Tuesday Night Concert.
The Design Studio also will be a focal point of our Canopy Homeowner Weekend Sept. 29 – Oct. 2. Details for this event are final and invites have been sent. The weekend includes one-of-a-kind experiences around town, meet-and-greets with Healdsburg luminaries such as Kyle and Katina Connaughton of SingleThread and Little Saint, and more.