Entering into another pandemic summer has me reminiscing on the days of travel. I love traveling and always love to do house drive tours when visiting a new town or city, it helps build my creativity and often leads to new inspirations.
I remember our trip to Waco, TX when we went for Silobration to check out all things Magnolia. I felt like a kid going to Disneyland! They really do have an incredible vision of what they are striving for and every single employee we came across, whether in their shops or restaurants, were onboard for their mission.
It was amazing – and was probably the greatest inspiration I came home with from that trip.
We desire to grow Su Casa but in a way that always feels “like home” for our employees and our clients. Here at Su Casa we want to have a lasting and positive impact while being creative and having fun.
Magnolia~ Chip and Joanna Gaines
Magnolia is a great example of a dream that came to reality – with Chip and Joanna Gaines’ first little home décor shop turned to a complete empire of Magnolia goods: market, garden, coffee shop, restaurant and so much more.
We are inspired by their incredible design in all they do, but even more inspired by their core values that have created an incredible culture in their business. They lead by their core values of ingenuity, simplicity, risk-taking and a commitment to improving the lives of others.
They are passionate about home and all that it stands for – this is observed in all facets of their company.
We truly admire their grit, and we aspire to lead a team as well as they do.
If you have been following along on Su Casa’s Instagram you have watched the progress of the building of Andy’s garden shed. A beautiful shed with clean lines and a traditional twist – gorgeous cupola detail.
The plans for the Ironwood Garden Shed are now available to purchase on our website under “Garages and Cottages”. It is customizable to larger sizes if your need for space is greater.