The dust has settled from last week's huge grand opening of Seattle's first West Elm store, located in South Lake Union. They pulled out all the stops for this one, and the result is pure design inspiration.
Here are a few of its unique features:
15,000 sq. ft. space decorated by Thomas O'Brien
West Elm's first-ever living plant wall
Art installation by Justin R. Lytle from Seattle's Cornish College of the Arts
Christmas decor six weeks before the rest of the country
We applaud West Elm for recognizing Seattle as such a special place!