San Francisco Color Factory: Every Inch Designed for Instagram Photography


Frequent Instagrammers know the feel of visiting places which have a very unique look. Have you ever felt that if you see something curious, all your Instagram followers need to see it too? Are you too, intrigued by bright and colorful places? Do you too think that “Oh! This would look perfect for my Instagram page”. If any of these thoughts have ever crossed your mind, you must pay a visit to the San Francisco Color Factory, which has been designed specifically for your Instagramming needs.

The San Francisco color factory which opened earlier today is a 12,000 square foot ‘color experience’. Every bit of the color factory features vibrant colors and curious looking artwork and backdrops. The color factory is brought to you by Oh Happy Day, artist Leah Rosenberg, and designer Erin Jang, and it features 15 original works of art, which will be showed off here in a two-story space along with a vivid, striped facade.

Inside the San Francisco Color Factory is a ball pit. We all love ball pits regardless of age, don’t we? This is one of the best ball pit experiences in the world with over 200,000 brightly colored balls. Along with that, there’s a room which is filled with confetti. Over 10,000 ribbons decorate the ceiling of the room and it is a rainbow filled ecstasy.

In addition to these wonderful attractions, the San Francisco Color Factory also consists of an all-yellow gift shop, and you can also find sunny-colored soft serve ice creams here! When you enter the San Francisco color factory, you would be given a card with a special barcode. This barcode can be scanned at various photo booths. The photos that you get clicked here will be automatically e-mailed to you.

You might be wondering where the San Francisco color factory is located. For those looking forward to go there, you can find it on 575 Sutter Street, and this exhibition will be for view for the entire month of August. It is open on all days from 10AM to 10PM except on Wednesdays. Tickets for the exhibition cost $32.