Board & Brush Creative Studio, a “wine and craft” concept where guests create farmhouse-chic décor while, well, drinking wine — kinda like those sip ‘n paint places but instead of painting you’re DIY-ing wooden signs — is coming in early-2021 to Halcyon, according to a press release Friday.
“Board & Brush began as a girls’ night out activity in the founder’s basement and quickly blossomed to more than 270 locations across the country,” according to the release. “Each workshop is instructor-led, making it possible for everyone to choose their own design and create a unique piece of home décor.” The hands-on workshops require advance registration and include the stencils, stains and everything guests need to leave with a customized wooden sign. The Halcyon studio will welcome participants to purchase a glass of wine or beer from Board & Brush or any of Halcyon’s 15+ restaurants. Co-owners Shea Brown and Johnna Eaton are the location’s franchisees.
“Building upon our past studio workshops and Johnna’s active studio in Statesboro, we’re excited for the opportunity to bring this experience to Halcyon and meet more DIY masters in Forsyth County,” Brown, who lives in Alpharetta, said in the release. “We may call the craft projects ‘do it yourself’ but Board & Brush is really about making beautiful projects and lasting memories together.”
In other Halcyon news, Georgia’s first Clean Your Dirty Face, a 30-minute facial bar, opens in the development on Sunday, Oct. 25. “While this year has brought many ups and downs for all of us, delivering on our promise of debuting the first Clean Your Dirty Face concept in metro Atlanta is a dream come true,” Nicky Gandhi, owner of the Halcyon location, said in the release. “If only for 30 minutes, we hope our stress-free facial bar experience offers our clients luxury within reach and the joy of practicing self-care.”