Social Supply Design + Decor

Social Supply Design + Decor We offer design-build services + products for your home, business, or event. We sincerely believe good design makes you feel better. A well-designed functional space will motivate and lift your mood for the day.
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Our designers provide realistic digital renderings so you can envision this functionality first hand. Most importantly you will be able to see how your space will look before any work begins. Our production team pays attention to all the details, all you have to do is relax and watch the design come to life. You deserve to feel inspired in your new space, contact us today for a complimentary estimate! Not interested in a full design and/or build? Shop our products to update your space!

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an outdoor concrete kitchen in the works 🔥
07/28/2021

an outdoor concrete kitchen in the works 🔥

an outdoor concrete kitchen in the works 🔥

Redefine your workspace ☀️⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀even though this heat wave might give you swamp 🍑@studiobytishmanspeyer @findyourzo  ...
07/02/2021

Redefine your workspace ☀️
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even though this heat wave might give you swamp 🍑

@studiobytishmanspeyer @findyourzo @nokingsdc @socialsupplydesign

Redefine your workspace ☀️
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even though this heat wave might give you swamp 🍑

@studiobytishmanspeyer @findyourzo @nokingsdc @socialsupplydesign

Our recent project, Studio Outdoors by @studiobytishmanspeyer is a free co-working space with WiFi, battery charging pac...
06/24/2021

Our recent project, Studio Outdoors by @studiobytishmanspeyer is a free co-working space with WiFi, battery charging packs + on-site staff. I meannnnnnn?! Y’all are crazy if you don’t take advantage of this while the weather is 👌

Bookings - yourstudio.com

@tishmanspeyer @findyourzo @nokingsdc @socialsupplydesign

When your work is cooler than you are.@studiobytishmanspeyer outdoors is now open. Design collab with @nokingsdc - will ...
06/16/2021

When your work is cooler than you are.

@studiobytishmanspeyer outdoors is now open. Design collab with @nokingsdc - will share more soon!

(12/12) We loved working on this project so much, we just got approved for round two… Stay tuned 😉
04/11/2021

(12/12) We loved working on this project so much, we just got approved for round two… Stay tuned 😉

(12/12) We loved working on this project so much, we just got approved for round two… Stay tuned 😉

(11/12) We stayed late and worked. Every. Single. Day. Over those 18 days. Our team loves what we do but it takes someth...
04/11/2021

(11/12) We stayed late and worked. Every. Single. Day. Over those 18 days. Our team loves what we do but it takes something extra to get through a schedule like that. Our team worked religiously on trying to come up with a solution to get everything built on time, while still meeting the standards they knew they needed to meet. I can say with full confidence and certainty that they did a damn good job. 
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It helps to have a solid partner in a project like this — sometimes it’s what actually makes it possible to take on a task so demanding. Bridget from @reganagency made those long days + lack of breaks breaks worth it with her utmost support. It felt like we had our own personal cheerleader.

(11/12) We stayed late and worked. Every. Single. Day. Over those 18 days. Our team loves what we do but it takes something extra to get through a schedule like that. Our team worked religiously on trying to come up with a solution to get everything built on time, while still meeting the standards they knew they needed to meet. I can say with full confidence and certainty that they did a damn good job. 
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It helps to have a solid partner in a project like this — sometimes it’s what actually makes it possible to take on a task so demanding. Bridget from @reganagency made those long days + lack of breaks breaks worth it with her utmost support. It felt like we had our own personal cheerleader.

(9/12) When you need to cut the budget, it's simple. You reduce costs with labor or materials... or guess what? You lose...
03/30/2021

(9/12) When you need to cut the budget, it's simple. You reduce costs with labor or materials... or guess what? You lose money. As a small business, there's less wiggle room and every job pays the bills. The timeline was already too tight so we couldn't reduce our labor to cut cost -- we needed to get creative with our materials. Because I'm a perfectionist (and never hear the end of it from my team), it's hard for me to compromise on the overall aesthetic, but you do what you have to do so the project moves forward. We had to focus on using materials that would still achieve the overall look we wanted. The purpose still matters and you do what you can in the end for the client.

I knew we had some left over geofoam from the large school project we did a couple years back - so we decided to implement this to help us with the budget. While we layered 9 sheets of drywall to create depth in the broken walls in the window display (because I'm crazy), we used the foam as filler everywhere else. And instead of pouring concrete blocks, we carved foam blocks.

(8/12) With a tight timeline already in play, we were anxiously awaiting feedback from our last round of design submissi...
03/28/2021

(8/12) With a tight timeline already in play, we were anxiously awaiting feedback from our last round of design submissions. We had submitted several experiential options + some additional small touches to make the design feel complete. The design was finally coming together and honestly looked amazing. We were super excited about moving forward with what we had pitched and we were confident they’d love it.

We were right - they did love it. But, opening a new store after a year of businesses closing left and right, was a bit scary - and we totally get that. The new request was that we cut the budget back and implement phases. For the first phase, we would need to cut the budget 60%... this new request was a bit terrifying as the deadline was approaching closer and closer.

(8/12) With a tight timeline already in play, we were anxiously awaiting feedback from our last round of design submissions. We had submitted several experiential options + some additional small touches to make the design feel complete. The design was finally coming together and honestly looked amazing. We were super excited about moving forward with what we had pitched and we were confident they’d love it.

We were right - they did love it. But, opening a new store after a year of businesses closing left and right, was a bit scary - and we totally get that. The new request was that we cut the budget back and implement phases. For the first phase, we would need to cut the budget 60%... this new request was a bit terrifying as the deadline was approaching closer and closer.

(7/12) I really don’t think anyone thought we were going to have the design completed on time. The build-out was pretty ...
03/25/2021

(7/12) I really don’t think anyone thought we were going to have the design completed on time. The build-out was pretty intense and what should have been a month long installation had to be done in 2 weeks… If I’m being honest, I was getting a little nervous too, but since a good portion of our team comes from the event industry, we’re used to having to pull all-nighters because our clock does not stop at 5:00.

@reganagency was moving things along on their end — acquiring tenants, designing the website + social and setting up store operations. All of this progress on the back end was more added pressure, so this thing was getting done, and it was getting done on time.

(6/12) Our clients wanted experiential and interactive, so we gave them our version of that. We tend to focus on forms, ...
03/23/2021

(6/12) Our clients wanted experiential and interactive, so we gave them our version of that. We tend to focus on forms, avoiding the expected solutions. The store had to draw people in like an art installation at a gallery would. People should come in, shop, look, take photos + videos, selfies, detail shots, get to know the brands, purchase items from them and most importantly, post all that content to their followers… similar to an art exhibit in a museum or fresh murals on a building. Bringing experiential aspects to the space would ultimately bring in more business and get the brands the attention they deserve.

(5/12) Concept Feedback (Spoiler Alert: They loved them) -- the subject line of an email that could actually make you 💩y...
03/23/2021

(5/12) Concept Feedback (Spoiler Alert: They loved them) -- the subject line of an email that could actually make you 💩your pants.

We had managed to make the dated, stained wood, traditional moulding + heavy brass accents work with our artistic take on a post-apocalyptic art museum - clean, white plaster growing up from the floors, encasing what once was.

Now that we had the overall vibes down, it was time to refine and expand on the ideas to take them to the next step. The new conceptual space was visually appealing but lacked the experiential, interactive element. To create this new idea of retail they’re aiming for, customers need to be able to interact within the space in ways they haven’t done anywhere else. Being an experiential interior design/build firm, we felt pretty good about this request.

Enjoy this photo of @kicheckogoods completed + ready for customers.

03/20/2021

(4/12) The place was definitely an old Brooks Brothers. Plaids, brass accents, glossy dark stained wood, and large traditional crown molding was everywhere. @concept31 not only wanted to keep them, they wanted to modernize this place that felt anything but modern. So, we did what we do with every client, we listened, and we started designing.

Quickly an idea began to take shape based off of the client’s depiction of how Georgetown had changed over the years. To anyone who has lived there or just visits occasionally it’s clear that Georgetown’s modernization would never mean being razed and rebuilt. The “New Georgetown” had been quietly growing around the old for decades and we believed store guests would have an affinity for that story.

The same way ivy grows up, around, and onto old buildings, we imagined the next phase of Georgetown was one where modern materials were allowed to grow up, onto, and around the old. This would be a simultaneously new and nostalgic experience for guests and undoubtedly, something they’ve never felt before. As with all early-stage design/concepts the hardest part was portraying that vision to everyone else involved in the project.

Check out some of our initial mood boards on stories.

Motion Graphics by @filiproca

(3/12) The end client, a real estate developer, had a thoughtful but ambitious idea they wanted to bring to life: @conce...
03/20/2021

(3/12) The end client, a real estate developer, had a thoughtful but ambitious idea they wanted to bring to life: @concept31m, a “retail lab” and experimental space for brands to pop-up and shoppers to explore. They hired @reganagency to oversee the project as a whole, who in turn tapped us for the interior design. We were asked to create a modern, sophisticated yet approachable space. They wanted areas that brands could rent out, short term if needed, and unconventional ways to attract guests into the store. (Okay, cool). Next, there were a few rules: we couldn’t demo anything in the old space, we couldn’t paint over or touch the wood – meaning we couldn’t screw into the wood. They wanted the existing interior to remain and essentially wanted us to design over top of it. (Okayyyyyyy.)

(2/12) At 20,136 sq ft, the store is huge for Georgetown. It sits one block from Wisconsin and M, maybe the busiest inte...
03/18/2021

(2/12) At 20,136 sq ft, the store is huge for Georgetown. It sits one block from Wisconsin and M, maybe the busiest intersection in Washington, D.C. (30,000 pedestrians cross the intersection of M and Wisconsin on a given Saturday.) A space this large in this location costs a lot to operate month to month, so we had a hell of a deadline. When we were brought into the project, the anticipated launch date was 5.5 weeks away. Yikes.

(2/12) At 20,136 sq ft, the store is huge for Georgetown. It sits one block from Wisconsin and M, maybe the busiest intersection in Washington, D.C. (30,000 pedestrians cross the intersection of M and Wisconsin on a given Saturday.) A space this large in this location costs a lot to operate month to month, so we had a hell of a deadline. When we were brought into the project, the anticipated launch date was 5.5 weeks away. Yikes.

(1/12) This space used to be a small grocery store, then a Pottery Barn and finally a Brooks Brothers before they closed...
03/18/2021

(1/12) This space used to be a small grocery store, then a Pottery Barn and finally a Brooks Brothers before they closed in 2020, which is crazy because don’t you think Georgetown + Brooks Brothers seemed perfect for each other? This past year has changed a lot of places and refused to spare even the most institutionalized areas.

“Georgetown is changing, and it has been changing for some time.” This is coming from the owners of Concept 31/M, who have lived and worked in Georgetown for 30+ years. They saw the demise of small, specialized boutiques in the late 90’s give way to large retail chains, which most of us probably associate Georgetown with today.

Over the past year, seeing closures of their neighborhood shops, the owners of 3077 M St. were heartbroken but they also saw an opportunity. Bring back the small authentic brands they had been missing, offer flexible leases, attract customers with ever-changing experiential displays, and maybe even nudge Georgetown back in the right direction. So, with @reganagency leading the way, we were brought in to design the space.

… check our stories + posts over the next several days, we’re excited to share our work on @concept31m.

(1/12) This space used to be a small grocery store, then a Pottery Barn and finally a Brooks Brothers before they closed in 2020, which is crazy because don’t you think Georgetown + Brooks Brothers seemed perfect for each other? This past year has changed a lot of places and refused to spare even the most institutionalized areas.

“Georgetown is changing, and it has been changing for some time.” This is coming from the owners of Concept 31/M, who have lived and worked in Georgetown for 30+ years. They saw the demise of small, specialized boutiques in the late 90’s give way to large retail chains, which most of us probably associate Georgetown with today.

Over the past year, seeing closures of their neighborhood shops, the owners of 3077 M St. were heartbroken but they also saw an opportunity. Bring back the small authentic brands they had been missing, offer flexible leases, attract customers with ever-changing experiential displays, and maybe even nudge Georgetown back in the right direction. So, with @reganagency leading the way, we were brought in to design the space.

… check our stories + posts over the next several days, we’re excited to share our work on @concept31m.

We’re hiring a design assistant! If you can get s**t done and you love taking on new challenges - click the link in our ...
02/08/2021

We’re hiring a design assistant! If you can get s**t done and you love taking on new challenges - click the link in our bio.

We are always looking to fill roles in our shop. If you are a maker, artist, carpenter, painter or on-site crew member - email us your resume!

Oh... and you must love dogs.

We’re hiring a design assistant! If you can get s**t done and you love taking on new challenges - click the link in our bio.

We are always looking to fill roles in our shop. If you are a maker, artist, carpenter, painter or on-site crew member - email us your resume!

Oh... and you must love dogs.

A fireplace makeover just in time for winter. Our latest project for @bttrcrmbakeshop owner and friend @tiffmacisaac 🖤. ...
01/11/2021

A fireplace makeover just in time for winter. Our latest project for @bttrcrmbakeshop owner and friend @tiffmacisaac 🖤. We resurfaced her original exposed brick surround with a bit of plaster and trim along with a couple of new built ins. Swipe to see the before.
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It was time to save some money and just start drawing things on... Happy Holidays ✌️Our illustration installation for @l...
12/12/2020

It was time to save some money and just start drawing things on... Happy Holidays ✌️

Our illustration installation for @laurynprattes and @abbyjiu annual holiday party.

Sweets: @bttrcrmbakeshop Home Alone Pizza Kits: @occasionscaterers
Paper: @emilybairddesign
Christmas Story Backdrop: @brightlyeverafter
Mobile bar:
@getcozyvintagemobilebars

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Less events means we don’t see our friends. :(⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Soooo thinking about setting this up in our backyard for drinks.⠀...
10/08/2020

Less events means we don’t see our friends. :(
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Soooo thinking about setting this up in our backyard for drinks.
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Who’s coming + what are you drinking?!

Design Build collab: @joyproctor + @socialsupplydesign
Hosts: @engagedmagazine + @parkhyattdc
Photos: @lauragordon
Florals: @naturecomposed
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Staying organized keeps us focused... but ask us why we can only show you this section of the office 😂... because the re...
10/07/2020

Staying organized keeps us focused... but ask us why we can only show you this section of the office 😂... because the rest isn’t done! Blame it on the pandemic but it’s finally time to complete this office.
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