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COVID-19 Building Protocals

We have always prided ourselves in creating a friendly, inspiring and comfortable Design Center, but now we are also focused on extra measures to ensure that the Seattle Design Center is safe to visit and is promoting good health and strict social distancing. Our new guidelines are outlined below.

In accordance with Governor Inslee’s: Phased Approach to Recovery below are the specific guidelines for the operation of Seattle Design Center buildings. For more Phased details https://medium.com/wagovernor

Steps SDC is Taking:

  1. All visitors are required to sign in with the concierge, full name is required; email and phone number for contact tracing is optional.
  2. We are following strict social distancing and strong health & safety procedures that follow state guidelines.
  3. We have installed 2 designated drop-off and pick-up spaces immediately adjacent to the front entrance; contact our showrooms to schedule a pick-up.
  4. We are continuing daily enhanced cleaning. Hard surfaces will be cleaned with hospital-grade cleaners, and special attention will be made to doorways and doorknobs, counters, furniture, elevators and elevator buttons.
  5. Hand sanitizer is available at dedicated stations.
  6. Atrium furniture has been redistributed to promote social distancing.
  7. All SDC staff will observe social distancing and wear face masks
  8. We are posting daily cleaning logs in restrooms and common areas.
  9. As of July 7th, it is mandatory for customers and clients to wear a mask. Masks are available at the front desk.
  10. Visitors will have the option to fill out a short questionnaire and have their temperature taken.
  11. We have installed social distancing reminders in common areas, elevators, and restrooms.
  12. The elevator should be used by no more than 2 people at a time.
  13. We will not be offering valet at this time.

Seattle Design Center showrooms are eager to assist you. Find a list of showroom website links, email addresses, and phone numbers here.

FAQ

frequently asked questions

Below you will find questions that we are frequently asked about Seattle Design Center. Looking for an answer to a question that you don’t see below? Email us and we will be happy to help!

Seattle Design Center is the nucleus of the Pacific Northwest design community and the place for inspiration and thought leadership for Pacific Northwest designers and the clients they serve.

Yes. Seattle Design Center is open to the public and would love for you to explore the showrooms that feature more than 2,000 designers from around the world. You are more than welcome to browse throughout Seattle Design Center to gather inspiration. However, we recommend hiring a licensed interior designer to lead you through your design project. Any of the showrooms can provide recommendations of some of the best interior designers in the Pacific Northwest to meet your needs. Also, sample sales are held throughout the year, providing an opportunity to shop SDC without a licensed designer.

Children are allowed in the showrooms with careful supervision. We suggest that you leave your strollers at the entrance.

Yes. Seattle Design Center is open to the public and would love for you to explore the showrooms that feature more than 2,000 designers from around the world. You are more than welcome to browse throughout Seattle Design Center to gather inspiration. However, we recommend hiring a licensed interior designer to lead you through your design project. Any of the showrooms can provide recommendations of some of the best interior designers in the Pacific Northwest to meet your needs. Also, sample sales are held throughout the year, providing an opportunity to shop SDC without a licensed designer.

We require everyone to purchase through a designer to ultimately help you refine your design decisions. Trying to order custom, made-to-order pieces is a difficult process for anyone who isn’t familiar with shopping through a showroom.

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