Walking into fishcake is like walking into a wonderland with creative furnishings and space accessories as far as the eye can see, topped off with a generous dollop of vintage and art. It was one of those spots that I needed to look at each deliciously designed detail.
The light filled interior is modeled after a fishcake factory with a fun industrial feel. The display fixtures are surely the inspiration of many a DIY. Unique items for the home, both handmade and vintage, tempted my wallet (which has been sealed shut for the holiday season, in an effort to…dramatic drum roll please, fast from shopping).
The Dressing A Dress art exhibit is a feast for fashion and textile obsessed eyes. I coveted this gown made from 200 swatches of textile archives by Kauai artist Louda Larrain in celebration of Hawaii Fashion month.
Body Works…sculptures by Jinja Kim were a treat for those who favor black and white in their space, also for Hawaii Fashion Month.
I wanted everything from canvas bottle bags to a vintage in-tray to the perfect small space coffee table set but this quirky piece for the animal lover (real heads ain’t my thang) was my favorite.
fishcake is easily at the top of my spots to visit on Oahu. They don’t just shine at retail, their services are also available for your commercial and residential design needs.
fishcake is located at 307C Kamani Street, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Dressing A Dress is available for viewing until December 30, 2014. Body Works concludes on November 30, 2014.