November 15, 2012 by Sarah M
//By Hemang Sharma//
Omforme Design, an online-only dealer of rehabilitated vintage furniture, plans to open a temporary location in the Warehouse District for two weeks this December.
The Dec. 1 grand opening will unveil to the public what Omforme’s website describes as “an artful re-imagining of vintage furniture.” Omforme describes its product line as a mix of vintage goods and artistically reinvented items.
Simply called “POP-Up Shop,” the store will feature furniture items that hail from as far back as the 1970s combined with newer, high-end pieces. POP-Up Shop will also sell original work by local artist Drew Beson.
The grand opening event will include wine and refreshments from local businesses, including Patisserie 46, the bakery at 46th & Grand.
POP-Up Shop plans to donate a portion of their sales to Smile Network International, an organization that deals with procuring funds for surgeries to pay for children with facial defects. Representatives from Smile Network International will be present at the ceremony.
POP-Up Shop opens its doors 6 p.m. Dec. 1 at 211 1st St. N., suite 150. The shop will be open through Dec 15.
For more information, head to Omforme’s website, omformedesign.com.