The Minc Party: Part Four
06/06/2016 10:21AM ● Published by Jennifer Gonzalez
Gallery: The Minc Party: Part Four. Phots by Matthew Wonderly. [47 Images] Click any image to expand.
It was an evening of creative food, entertainment and design
inspiration at The Minc Party on Thursday June 2, 2016 held at Minc
Interiors Furniture & Design, 228-230
Winslow Street in Historic Downtown Fayetteville.
The event marked 11 years in business for Minc Interiors, which was previously located on Robeson Street and then Person Street and celebrated the culmination of a dream for longtime business owner Melissa McIntosh, 36, who grew up in Hope Mills and makes her home in Fayetteville.
The company specializes in creating "turnkey" interiors for government/military, corporate, healthcare, hospitality and luxury residential clients.
Party was also "The Big Reveal" for two expansive buildings, which
have been painstakingly refurbished by Melissa and John McIntosh.
we're on the right side of the tracks," says Melissa, referring to taking
a chance on an up-and-coming industrial area of Winslow Street.
True to Melissa McIntosh's vision for creating workspaces that serve to inspire,
the offices contain modern furnishings and lighting from top dealers and
designers, sustainable glass wall systems called DIRTT ("Doing It
Right This Time"), a gym and custom kitchen for Minc employees, and an
All the creative spaces will be spotlighted during The Minc Party, which is expected to draw 200-plus guests, including furniture company executives from throuout the United States and many local business and civic leaders.