Built in 1925, the building that now houses The Indigo Room, originally served as a mercantile store for locals. Located directly across from the railroad and just a block from the denim mill, the building also served as a post office. Over the years, many businesses have come and gone, changing the both the exterior and interior, taking away from its original architecture.
In an effort to stay true to the buildings heritage, the room was stripped down to reveal the exposed brick of the former outside wall.
Also staying true to heritage, the building was named The Indigo Room referencing the color blue that is used when making denim.
Seating compactly: The Indigo Room offers 20 round tables that seat 120 people. Capacity is 200 without tables.
If you would like to view the Indigo Room call for an appointment to view Monday thru Thursday. We do not schedule viewings on the weekend as it is usually booked. Our staff will show the Indigo Room one time free before the booking date and one 30 minute viewing after the booking deposit is received. Any additional viewings will be charged $50 per viewing.