Monica’s technical eye for detail and composition come to life in every aspect of design at The Revery. What was once a dimly lit and run-down seafood warehouse has since been renovated and brought to life through her creative direction. Her visually stunning dream turned reality in fruition of The Revery boasts one spacious outdoor veranda and two large indoor studio/event spaces. Located in Los Angeles, The Revery invites creatives to explore their dreams and be inspired by their surroundings. From intimate dinners, wedding celebrations, panel discussions and conferences, The Revery acts as a modern blank canvas for your special day.
Dine al fresco or celebrate under the stars in The Revery’s 3,600 square foot outdoor veranda that holds 150 seated and 300 standing guests. Natural light soaks this almost all white space making it a picture-perfect setting. An elegant lobby housing a marble staircase leading to the upstairs studios sits adjacent to the outdoor veranda.
Walk upstairs to the second floor and find yourself in the 6,600 square foot studio spaces. Skylights and factory windows throughout the venue allow for natural light to seep in giving the room a constant glow. White brick walls, exposed ceiling beams and white oak hardwood flooring are just some of the venue’s design details. Premium finishes and amenities such as a commercial kitchen, custom cabinetry, stage kitchen, dressing room and bathrooms are provided so you can focus on creating the event of your dreams.
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