Working with a tight budget and even tighter timeline can make for some major headaches. But, when we met the owners of Star Jewelers—there was such synergy—we knew we could make this happen as 2 families working together.
Star Jewelers was looking to change locations from its well-established store in a smaller community to a street front gem in the heart of Columbus’ art district. Aside from the hefty task of renovating the 1200 square foot interior of the historic Yukon building in the Short North, this diamond in the rough would also need to still appeal to their older, existing crowd as well as draw in the younger, artsy crowd.
Nvironment employed classic lines and a neutral palette to cut a comfortable and inviting space. One that appealed to this disparate client demographic and delivered far above Star’s expectations. Every facet from cashwrap stations, to the display cases, custom millwork lining the walls, and interior offices, our work with Star made for creative and collaborative brilliance.
- Client: Star Jewelers
- Location: Columbus, Ohio
- Year: 2016
Stretching every dollar within the modest budget was one way Nvironment could shine for Star Jewelers. All new millwork was simply impossible, so, working with Star, the GC, and the Millwork Vendor, we were able to re-purpose cases (found by the owners!) to display the Jewelry in its best light. A cost-saving move, worth its weight, that perfectly matched the client’s desire.