Sunday, February 9, 2014 by Elizabeth Maxwell
CNC ROUTED SIGN FOR POSH HOTEL
Watch here as our CNC machine makes a final cut on the letters of the Posh Boutique Hotel CNC routed sign. We were so pleased with the subtle black-on-black mountains on the background of the finished sign. We “nailed it”, in sign lingo. “Posh” was painted yellow as if we were going to gild, and then we masked off all except for “Posh” and used glossy gold spray paint, a much more economical way to do “gold” and very nearly as impressive.
POSH...it's NOT your ordinary hotel. Yesterday we attended their ribbon cutting ceremony, and Howard Hanger of Jubilee! blessed the hotel (his first hotel blessing) and we toured their seven suites currently available. Originally built in the late 1800’s as a hospital for the Biltmore Estate, the suites are 2,200 to 2,300 square feet each, which is bigger than most peoples’ homes. The suites go for $400 a night, and on the eve of the grand opening, all seven rooms were booked. Posh is a well kept secret, and it’s hiding right in Biltmore Village, at 8 Village Lane. Once you park your car, historic Biltmore Village is right at your fingertips. Who wouldn’t love to stay at the Posh Boutique Hotel? Visit poshbiltmoreville.com for more info.
We are proud to have been involved in the opening ceremonies by providing the CNC routed sign.
Click here to watch our video!
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