7th Street Salvage Website Design
Showcase a thriving new business with a great online presence
7th Street Salvage opened its doors in 2017 and overnight became one of the South's leading architectural salvage stores. Over time their inventory grew into the thousands, they opened a second, retail gift store, and they started a new line of products selling homemade candles. And they accomplished all this without any website. The owner had originally pulled together a simple DIY site, but it didn't capture their brand's personality, nor did it accurately reflect all their offerings. 7th Street Salvage came to me looking for a vintage and artisan-style website that could encompass all the aspects of their business.
a vintage and artisan crafted Wordpress website
Extending their incredible branding and paying homage to their upcycled roots, I combined lots of high-quality photos of their spaces with simple line art and a vintage serif font. The overall effect is elegant and high-end while also maintaining a handmade feel.
Features: Custom line divider animation that matches their logo, dark mode design, lots of detail
FEEDBACK FROM THE CLIENT
Erica is so great to work with on projects! She redesigned our church logo and took the time to thoroughly understand what we were looking for and how it would best serve our needs now and in the future. Thank you for updating us and bring us into a new view and future online!
Children's Minister, FPC Napa
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