Tag Archives: Nightwood

I Like Pretty Things

This weekend, Noho Design District – organized by the lovely ladies of the design website SightUnseen- are launching their second annual three-day design festival in the American Design Building at Great Jones Lumber. Starting today, they’ll be bringing together international design brands and local businesses featuring exhibitions, parties, and performances in collaboration with ICFF. There [...]

Magazine Party

Over the last few months, our friend Jill Bradshaw (formerly of I Heart) has been putting together a new side project, Magazine Party. An extension of Glenn O’Brien’s TV Party, Magazine Party aims to hold back from that technically slick feel that defines so many modern publications. Instead it takes a more DIY approach, focusing on [...]

Design Downtown

Tonight our friends Myriah and Nadia have the opening of their first ever Nightwood store. In addition to their furniture, they have some incredibly talented friends showing and selling their works, as well as a series of  bi-weekly events and workshops in conjunction with Design Sponge. Please see the attached flyer for more info and to sign up. You can [...]

Rotter and Friends and Nightwood

Rotter and Friends, the side project of Jess Rotter of Kemado Records, and Nightwood, my lovely neighbors who take unwanted furniture and wood and make it beautiful, have recently teamed up to collaborate on a home line, available through the Rotter and Friends website. The pieces include wood block prints with Jess’ vintage-inspired music illustrations, [...]

Nightwood Now Available in Stores

If you’ve been to Brooklyn Flea, you’re probably familiar with Nightwood. The incredibly lovely couple who do the brand, Myriah and Nadia, are there many weekends with furniture they’ve made out of tiny pieces of mis-matched reclaimed wood, chairs rescued from thrift stores and repainted and reupholstered with hand-dyed fabrics, and hand-embroidered pillows. Everything they [...]