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Trilith on Thursday announced the addition of Green p.s. and Poshin Paint, a plant shop and art studio respectively, as part of its expanding Town Centre line-up of stores, restaurants, and experiences coming to the development in 2021. News of the additions arrives on the heels of the master-planned development — formerly known as Pinewood Forest — revealing that Archer Paper Goods and The Collective fashion hall would also be coming soon to Trilith.
Green p.s. is a new interior live plant shop with related decor, pottery, organic soils, and decorative goods. The shop’s proprietor plans to work with local artists to create one-time lines of pottery, living walls, faux plants, holiday-themed decor, and other items exclusive to the Green p.s product line. Additional offerings include community-oriented plant courses with master gardeners on topics such as propagation, soil amendment, repotting, and more. The shop will be owned and operated by Bryan A. McBrien, one of the founders of Cinema Greens, who served as a Hollywood greens coordinator and production designer on big-budget films for more than 20 years.
“The shop and its proximity to the studio can create a very unique synergy and allow the general public to hear entertaining stories about the craft of creating movies,” McBrien said in a prepared statement. “We really want to showcase the below-the-line talent which encompasses the craftspeople who build and design sets, handle hair and make-up, design costumes, dress sets, create props, and participate in assorted crafts of a film crew.”
The shop will also have Hollywood connections with original props on display; a high-definition projection system for themed events; tie-ins for seasonal and holiday décor; and a podcast, salon, and film series partnership with Georgia Box Office. The space will also be available for private event bookings and will even offer golf cart delivery service exclusively for residents of Trilith.
Poshin Paint is the latest concept from celebrity artist Kate Saville, owner of Saville Studios. Her new outpost located in Trilith’s “Paseo” corridor in Town Centre will include gallery space for budding and visiting artists. “My motto is creative art for creative people, and we welcome anyone desiring to learn how to draw a stick figure or even become the next Monet,” Saville, who has been a longtime resident of Peachtree City, said in a prepared statement. “We plan to activate throughout our space and into the walking district so we can add to the ethos of the community, curate programs which will weave in diverse cultural influences, and ultimately champion everyone’s creative spirit.”
The Piedmont Wellness Center, Barleygarden Kitchen and Craft Bar, and Hop City are already open in Trilith Town Center, with the following announced retailers planned for 2021: Leyland Blue, Trilith Food Hall, Native Collective (from the makers of Native Beauty Bar), The Skin Society, Sugarcoat, Premiere Hair Studio, a concierge by Edwin Jarvis, Woodstone Bakery & Café from the makers of Apple Butter Bakery, Braise, Honeysuckle Gelato, and Amici Italian Café. The development also plans to open a nine-screen movie theatre.