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  • 10 GREAT ROOFTOP BARS ACROSS AMERICA
    LA-based hospitality vets Marc Rose and Med Abrous recently opened the Mountaineer Club at the new Graduate Seattle hotel in the University District, offering sweeping views of Mt Rainier and Mt Olympus, cocktails inspired by the state of Washington, beer, and wine alongside a raw bar and a vegetable-forward snack menu. C2C proudly crafted the outdoor tables and stools for this stunning outdoor bar. 
  • Eaton Workshop Tops Condé Nast Travelers' 2019 Hot List
    The new and fabulous Eaton Workhop has topped Condé Nast Travelers' 2019 Hot List for Hotels in the US. C2C had the distinct privilege in custom creating the public area furniture, casegoods, and seating for the Eaton Workshop D.C. Huge congratulations to Ms. Katherine Lo and CallisonRTKL for this honor!
  • Hotel Revival named Most Dog Friendly Hotel in Maryland
    Grab your favorite furry friend—it's time for a road trip! Many hotels will welcome your furry friends, but some really go out of their way to make dogs feel like valued guests. Topping the list for Maryland is the Hotel Revival Baltimore, a JDV property. C2C is proud to have produced guest rooms and public area furniture for this admittedly "dog people" hotel. Congratulations!
  • The Oaklander is a new hotel with a fresh perspective on Pittsburgh style
    Pittsburgh's latest hospitality offering, The Oaklander, is a 167-room boutique hotel is a handsome addition to the area, with a unique 10th-floor check-in. Twofold Designs, the hotel's design firm, included in its aesthetic, nods to Pittsburgh’s past in the with a rendering of a small Ferris wheel and a bingo cage. Also included in the design are C2C's custom produced side tables grace the public spaces. 
  • Miami’s Art Scene Expands in Key Biscayne This May
    Debuting this May, The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne Miami, will be hosting its inaugural "The Arts of the Art Series," a rotational celebration of art featuring three distinct artists from Brazil, Montreal, and Key Biscayne. Many years ago C2C has the pleasure of creating the guests rooms and public area furniture for this stunning hotel. If you are in Miami during the month of May, make the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne a must visit to appreciate this fabulous art extravaganza!
  • Washington hotel bars offer luxe seating, board games and secret rooms
    Those in the know come to the Eaton Workshop for their sublime drinking and eating options.  The daytime attraction is Kintsugi, a coffeehouse with inviting seating at the large windows along K Street NW and a menu focused on vegan and gluten free pastries, fresh juice and holistic teas. After dark, the focus shifts to the Allegory, tucked behind an unmarked door off the lobby’s library lounge. Stop by for a visit and make sure to admire C2C custom crafted public area furniture, casegoods, and seating.
  • 10 GREAT ROOFTOP BARS ACROSS AMERICA
    LA-based hospitality vets Marc Rose and Med Abrous recently opened the Mountaineer Club at the new Graduate Seattle hotel in the University District, offering sweeping views of Mt Rainier and Mt Olympus, cocktails inspired by the state of Washington, beer, and wine alongside a raw bar and a vegetable-forward snack menu. C2C proudly crafted the outdoor tables and stools for this stunning outdoor bar. 
  • Eaton Workshop Tops Condé Nast Travelers' 2019 Hot List
    The new and fabulous Eaton Workhop has topped Condé Nast Travelers' 2019 Hot List for Hotels in the US. C2C had the distinct privilege in custom creating the public area furniture, casegoods, and seating for the Eaton Workshop D.C. Huge congratulations to Ms. Katherine Lo and CallisonRTKL for this honor!
  • Hotel Revival named Most Dog Friendly Hotel in Maryland
    Grab your favorite furry friend—it's time for a road trip! Many hotels will welcome your furry friends, but some really go out of their way to make dogs feel like valued guests. Topping the list for Maryland is the Hotel Revival Baltimore, a JDV property. C2C is proud to have produced guest rooms and public area furniture for this admittedly "dog people" hotel. Congratulations!
  • The Oaklander is a new hotel with a fresh perspective on Pittsburgh style
    Pittsburgh's latest hospitality offering, The Oaklander, is a 167-room boutique hotel is a handsome addition to the area, with a unique 10th-floor check-in. Twofold Designs, the hotel's design firm, included in its aesthetic, nods to Pittsburgh’s past in the with a rendering of a small Ferris wheel and a bingo cage. Also included in the design are C2C's custom produced side tables grace the public spaces. 
  • Miami’s Art Scene Expands in Key Biscayne This May
    Debuting this May, The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne Miami, will be hosting its inaugural "The Arts of the Art Series," a rotational celebration of art featuring three distinct artists from Brazil, Montreal, and Key Biscayne. Many years ago C2C has the pleasure of creating the guests rooms and public area furniture for this stunning hotel. If you are in Miami during the month of May, make the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne a must visit to appreciate this fabulous art extravaganza!
  • Washington hotel bars offer luxe seating, board games and secret rooms
    Those in the know come to the Eaton Workshop for their sublime drinking and eating options.  The daytime attraction is Kintsugi, a coffeehouse with inviting seating at the large windows along K Street NW and a menu focused on vegan and gluten free pastries, fresh juice and holistic teas. After dark, the focus shifts to the Allegory, tucked behind an unmarked door off the lobby’s library lounge. Stop by for a visit and make sure to admire C2C custom crafted public area furniture, casegoods, and seating.