A Seattle venue, Urban Light Studios offers 4,000 square feet of eclectic architectural event space that can accommodate up to 200 guests. We heard about it from our friend, planner Kelli Bielema of Shindig Events in Seattle who likes it for its artistic qualities.
The main space is lined with brick from the 1920s and features one-of-a-kind décor.
Surprises abound around each corner, from the site’s tranquil China Room to the Tiki Room guarded by a nine-foot lion, modern library, and rustic Log Cabin Room salvaged from the set of Northern Exposure.
A designer kitchen and bar area offer further versatility for event planners. The owners of the site believe in offering good value for money so to keep their venue as low as possible, they ask for no venue food and beverage minimum, and have multiple catering options that allow planners to bring in their own alcohol.
With the tagline “Perhaps it’s time to try something different,” Urban Studios certainly offers that! Quite different from a hotel ballroom, the space is home to a thriving artistic community in subterranean studios and galleries; visitors and regulars alike find creative inspiration as they explore the space for the first, or 50th time.