SOCO


Hello guys!  A little location I would like to write about today  would be SOCO, more specifically I would like to describe the setting of this vintage, bohemian location perfect for studying or getting together for a cup of coffee.

SOCO is located on Hyland in Costa Mesa, CA.  It is a community of various stores ranging from food to furniture, and has the most exotic decor, from wood door bathroom stalls to comfy cotton fluffed couches located inside the ¨OC Mart Mix¨ for individuals to chillax, work, or study.

SOCO is a perfect place for studying and catching up on schoolwork!  All people gather and bring their laptops to work and focus.

SOCO is a perfect place for studying and catching up on schoolwork! All people gather and bring their laptops to work and focus.

In the ¨OC Mart Mix¨ of SOCO, there are multiple open door businesses, each in their own sections of the building.  A bit similar to a one floor mall, the Mart has popular food places such as Birdie Bowl, a food specialty restaurant focused upon Acai and pitaya bowls, and the Portola Coffee Lab, a cafe specializing in a dark chocolate ganache rich texture of a large variety of coffee that would satisfy the buds of coffee and non-coffee lovers alike.  The little quaint stores within SOCO are filled with cute vintage clothing for infants or casual $400 Ray Ban pairs of retro sunglasses.  Every fraction of the Mart has distinctive features: cool chalkboard designs and a little section for a hair trim.  Everywhere throughout there are the abstract colored walls that create a season of colors to see and feel.

Inside Birdie Bowl Decor. Love the chalk writing of ¨community.¨

Inside Birdie Bowl Decor. Love the chalk writing of ¨community.¨

The color schemes, the floors, the organization, the exotic and vegan foods, the intricate apparels and antiques all synthesize to create an atmosphere of modern sophistication, of chic.  An aura of hip emits from the location.

SOCO is a wonderful architect project created to bring people together to socialize and, in my opinion, appreciate the beauty of design.  I truly recommend you to check out the location in the future- whether to bowl in on antioxidants and fiber at Birdie Bowl or find new furniture for that winter to summer house design project!

The public restroom at SOCO!  A full on wood door replaces the typical bathroom stall.

The public restroom at SOCO! A full on wood door replaces the typical bathroom stall.

And this post is only about ¨The OC Mart Mix¨ edifice of SOCO.  The exterior of the SOCO area is even more natural with the layout of things.

Until next time everybody!

Naomi

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