Apologies if this is a repeat. While I am not their demographic, I snapped this with my camera last month because I think it's pretty awesome. Once a year I spend most of the day in Tukwilla at the mall or surrounding areas - shopping for Christmas presents, walking or jogging, taking a little time to myself. It's usually early in the first week of December and this year I headed up after dropping the children off at their schools. So I got to the mall before most shops (save Starbucks) had opened.
So I grabbed my coffee and began to wander. So where lots of other stores have ugly roll-down or roll-out gates, PINK has something far different - a series of wood and glass panels. The wood is distressed and varied in color/finish, the glass ranging from clear to frosted to stained glass. Most people will never see this and it probably cost more than a standard metal bar gate but it's a really nice touch. I think this speaks to me in terms of beauty and richness.
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