Connecting the cafe and bookstore with the co-working space in the rear building is an open courtyard seating area. The Space Needle sculpture was made by a local artist using salvaged wood from the existing building, and the original windows were salvaged to retain the character of the 1922 building. By reusing as much as possible, there is personality and history mixed with modern design.
Lush green landscaping surrounds this outdoor dining space with bright green and deep purple hues, creating an enchanting garden space. A small dining set provides space for entertaining just outside a dark teal door and window for a cozy, cafe-style experience.
With a garden this beautiful, you'll want to provide plenty of opportunity for you or your guests to contemplate the exquisite surroundings. Perfect for both grand and cottage gardens, a French-style metal cafe table and chairs give a touch of the Tuileries to this Charleston courtyard garden.