Our latest finds in home, events and shopping in the Triangle.

The Greenlight Bar

Recently listed among the 21 most secret bars in America in an article by Thrillist.com, The Green Light in Raleigh is a speakeasy hidden in an architect’s office inside The Architect Bar and Social House. Marked by a mysterious tiny green lightbulb on the outside, the bar can only be entered through a secret door hidden behind a curtain, reached only after weaving through a bookcase. Enjoy elaborate craft cocktails and live music, certainly worth the extra effort to find. For more information, visit their facebook page at facebook.com/greenlightbar.



Robin and Robbins

No storefront needed for this duo. Whether it’s contemporary, traditional, sculpture, paintings or photography, Grace Robbins and Robin Branstrom search endlessly for the art and artists you love. They also frame and install for the best viewing and preservation. If you are moving into a new home or office, redecorating, or just having a change of taste, Robin and Robbins can advise and help you sell your current art, and they can even find the right restoration process for you if it’s damaged by age, sunlight or something else. For more information on enlisting their help, email them at Robin@branstromandassociates.com or call 252-883-7005.



Style Hawk

Style Hawk offers wardrobe styling, closet curation and personal shopping for the triad. Started by Helen Wallace and Alex Long, the wardrobe editing, shopping and styling services focus on translating each client’s personality into a unique, livable style that works with every facet of life – at home, at the office or about town. Their closet curation can help you find a streamlined style that inspires confidence, cuts down on clutter and ultimately saves time and money. Check out their website for more information at www.style-hawk.com and follow their weekly blog for style tips and inspiration. For more ideas and inspiration, follow them on Instagram @followstylehawk.