Their parking garage is adorned by giant book titles that have been painted on to the building. Appearing like spines of classic books 22 titles were picked to decorate the garage wall based on nominations from the locals.
From ‘Lord of the Rings’ to ‘Invisible Man’ from ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ to ‘Romeo and Juliet’ you will find this parking garage to be quite illuminating and informative! With two metal stairwells that form the visual bookends this is a parking lot that you need not hide away in the back of the building.
Also Small change is key especially at the start of the sale when a customer may hand you a $20 for an item that is worth $1. Coins are helpful as well to give shoppers change for items marked under a dollar.
Despite being constrained by the narrowness of the lot Sam Crawford Architects managed to etch out a cheerful and seemingly spacious modern home by tapping into the vertical room on offer.
This begins with You can also make it easy on yourself by purchasing stickers that do some of the work for you! I like the dots with the prices pre-printed on them.
Do you ever find that the more steps involved in completing a task the easier it is to avoid doing it?! This week we tackled the biggies.