Pigment Constructing New Event Venue and Conservatory in North Park

Space Will Host Workshops and Is Available to Rent for Private Gatherings
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Succulent wonderland shop Pigment is moving in at 3855 Wabash Street, located just a mile from their flagship North Park store on 30th. The brand new 3,000 square foot space will house two Event Venues available for rent to the public and will also host Pigment Workshops

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Pigment carries a curated selection of housewares, gifts, and apparel for their design-conscious clientele. They also play host to crafty adults and some children with in-house workshops on floral design, Watercolor painting, and Macramé. 

What Now San Diego spoke with Pigment Events Director Bri Rojo on the exciting new project. “Our new space will have two separate areas available for rent. Our largest venue, the Main Hall is a 3,000 sq ft event space, with a mix of industrial and vintage bohemian decor, complete with fresh palms and a built-in bar! Our second, more intimate space is our Conservatory. This smaller space will be filled with fresh greenery and florals and will host workshops with local and visiting artists!” 

The Main Hall is wedding-friendly, with access to a full-catering kitchen available for use with the rental. Rojo shares they are currently accepting bookings, and hope to celebrate a full opening in 2022. In the meantime, Pigment is open to shop in North Park, Del Mar, and Liberty Station. Follow them on Instagram for plant inspiration and Workshop details.

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