For a second this weekend, it felt like Spring. We had blue skies and sunshine and the threats of yet another snowstorm seemed laughable. But more importantly, we had gelato.
Dolcezza celebrated the grand opening of its factory this weekend which happens to be in dangerously close proximity. If you’re visiting Union Market, make sure you hit up Dolcezza on your way out–it’s right up the hill behind the market building.
The gelato, or course, is delicious (this might turn into a weekly habit) but the design was also unexpectedly inspiring. If you’re ever wondering how to make a warehouse space feel warm and inviting, this is how it’s done.
The crate installation and painted tiles offer the perfect juxtaposition to the more industrial elements, and there really isn’t much a few coats of high glass paint won’t improve–hellooo stairs!
P.S that delicious mess in a cup was called Fruity Pebbles–Singing Dog Vanilla topped with candied citrus and Marcona almonds. It’s my new crack.
Photos by Lindsay Souza for The Pursuit of Style