Glass Coat Photo Booth

San Francisco, CA, United States

Graham Loft created Glass Coat Photo Booth, a custom photo booth company that designs and builds fixtures to match the feel of spaces like bars, offices, parks, etc. He approaches each project like a small interior design project; Each setup is made to facilitate interactions within a space and compliments the overall design aesthetics.

Caroline Diner Photo Booth

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Glass Coat Photo Booth, Furniture
Caroline Diner, Cafè, Shibuya-ku

Of all the photo booths Graham Loft has created, the Custom Booth for Caroline Diner in Tokyo, Japan stands out, "We were approached to build a booth that would go into a tiny Shibuya neighborhood Diner. The challenge was that the Diner was in the basement and could only be accessed by a 2' x 2' spiral staircase. We had to design a very unique booth that would look amazing but also completely transform into small enough pieces to A) ship to Tokyo, but more importantly B) fit down that tiny staircase.

The client had one request, Pink Cadillac. So that is what we built, a Pink Cadillac photo booth."

Grain Photo Booth

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Glass Coat Photo Booth, Furniture
Grain, Bar, Norfolk

This booth in the Norfolk Hilton, installed into the Grain beer garden, fit right in amongst the reclaimed wood interior and indoor living trees. We love the custom built cork board frames, grass cloth wallpaper, real brass trim, in-house designed vinyl decals, and faux granite paint by Erik Otto.

Tonic Photo Booth

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Glass Coat Photo Booth, Furniture
Tonic, Bar, San Francisco

The Big Lebowski-themed photo booth custom built for Tonic, SF features MDF wood facade with curved interior, custom paint by Erik Otto Studios, resin flooring, vinyl sticker instructions with lacquered face, custom made white on red curtains and custom sliding curtain rack.

Emmy’s Spaghetti Shack Photo Booth

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Glass Coat Photo Booth, Furniture
Emmy's Spaghetti Shack, Restaurant, San Francisco

Custom photo booth for Emmy's Spaghetti Shack was designed to blend for its new location and it was built into existing wall nook. The booth features reclaimed redwood frame with chalkboard exterior, custom Leopard backdrop, tin roof with galvanized metal face, curtain by Emmy's Mom and duplicate prints per session functionality.

Rock Bar Photo Booth

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Glass Coat Photo Booth, Furniture
Rock Bar, Bar, San Francisco

The dive known as The Rock Bar had a "Mineshaft" themed photo booth installed. Elements like black paint and rust steel side trim tie it into the bar, however, the coolest details are the painted signs by Erik Otto, vintage lanterns, gold textured curtain, and custom mining cart for seating!

The Battery Photo Booth

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Glass Coat Photo Booth, Furniture
The Battery, Lodging, San Francisco

Custom built photo booth for The Battery which is designed and Built into an existing storage room, this little photo booth has a 1920's field camera restored with digital equipment, side wall structure for printer housing, curtains and wallpaper by Ken Fulk design. The Battery, a private social club, also had the Glass Coat crew use vintage sofa for seating, touchscreens, and text photo to phone software.

Bloodhound Photo Booth

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Glass Coat Photo Booth, Furniture
Bloodhound, Bar, San Francisco

Glass Coat custom built this photo booth for Bloodhound and drew inspiration for their designs from classic hunting games. The replica booth playfully channels what you'd expect from a Huntsman: camo curtains, reclaimed redwood planks, water jet cut photos signage, and a real tree stump stool!

15 Romolo Photo Booth

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Glass Coat Photo Booth, Furniture
15 Romolo, Bar, San Francisco

This century-old building had an original phone booth so Glass Coat Photo Booths decided to convert it into a modern photo booth with vintage appeal. This is an especially unique piece as the design highlights historic elements like a stained walnut face, vintage phone book wallpaper, vinyl cut decals, and sliding door.

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