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HAY & Menu Sale

If you've been thinking about a Spring decor refresh, consider this your sign to act on that thought. We are thrilled to partner with two of our most celebrated Danish brands, Menu & HAY for their Spring promotions. So many of our (and your) favorites on sale now through March 21st. Scroll down for more details and Happy Spring! 

For a limited time only, March 7th-21st, shop all HAY goods including Furniture and Accessories at 15% off.  Here's a round up of some our favorite sale items but don't let that stop you...the promo applies to all HAY goods. I'm thinking this is a good time to take the plunge on the Mags sofa but there's also nothing wrong with using the sale to stock up on Kaleido Trays. This is the first ever, collection-wide HAY sale and we're pretty stoked about it. 

We love Menu's bi-annual Furniture and Lighting sale and it's that time again!  Between March 7-21st, shop MENU furniture and lighting sale. This time we are super excited to see the Androgyne Table included in the sale. I have a feeling a few of those will find a good homes. For you JWDA , Carrie lamp  and Kaschkasch mirror lovers, it's time to go for it!

Postcards from Stockholm


Stockholm Design Week

A few weeks ago, we had the pleasure of visiting Stockholm Design Week and it was total design inspiration. We were able to catch up and see what's new from some of our favorite brands as well as find new goodies, headed your way very soon. It's been wonderful to see brands like Menu and Ferm Living evolve and expand their offering with such beautiful new items. 

 Stockholm Moments

The city itself was such inspiration. I loved the color palette and the soft, filtered light that so perfectly complements the ever present candle flame. We experienced equal parts luxury and lived-in comfort at Ilse Crawford's Ett Hem hotel and watched Swedes on the scene at Miss Clara's Hotel. Stockholm was inspiring but approachable. It is design forward yet utilitarian which I guess isn't surprising of a city within a country that founded IKEA. 
At Stockholm Furniture and Lighting Fair, there is an entire exhibit hall dedicated to furniture for use in contract spaces. I would love to see more work environment/office spaces look this minimalist and modern. I mean, look at those modern rubbish bins? And speaking from experience having worked in open plan office space where it's not easy to have frank phone conversations in front of all of your colleagues, I think the freestanding phone booth is brilliant!
I loved the over arching color palette of Stockholm. Seeing so many buildings and public spaces designed in light pastels with richer hints of terracotta and lemon yellow was a lovely visual experience. The block of tile image is from an underground metro stop. I'm sure it already exists but one could do an entire blog post of Stockholm's design forward metro stops. 
Svenskt Tenn is so old school charming. It's what I imagine to be the original intent of a Department Store. You know, like the early days of Selfridge's and The Paradise (sorry for the Netflix reference). Back when department stores were meant to delight, inspire and provide their customers a luxury experience. I found myself wandering each room, admiring the products, enjoying the displays and when I made my way up to the top floor; lo and behold, they had a tea salon. Trust that champagne, tea and scones were had while waiting on my Josef Frank gifts to be wrapped. 
 *photo credit: Svenskt Tenn

Wonderland exhibit at Fotografiska was hands down one of my favorite experiences from Stockholm. Artist Kirsty Mitchell spent 5 years developing the show after the unfortunate passing of her mother and it was a nod to their shared love of fairy tales. The images were so magical and seeing video shorts giving a snapshot of the work that went into creating each image was amazing. What I loved most is that beside each image was a placard with a statement from the artist describing how it felt seeing each image come to life and the connection back to her mother. 

Design is just a way of life in Scandinavia and I so appreciate that. I loved seeing HAY AAS 32 and AAS 38 stools at the airport.  And yes, that's Menu's Collister lamp in use, at the airport!! I left this scene at Stockholm's Arlanda Airport for a layover at Chicago O' was a jarring juxtaposition.  

Meet Your New Favorite Scent

New Scents from Kerzon

We've been big fans of Kerzon ever since we began carrying their Strolls in Paris collection. With their new line of infused perfume waters that range from fresh mimosa to contemporary rose, we knew it was time to take our Kerzon relationship to the next level. Our shop has never smelled more lovely...



Kerzon perfume waters are infusions of the most beautiful raw materials, brilliantly enriched with seawater and seaweed extract.


Light a scented night light and let yourself be transported to a magical place with scents of incense to illuminate and perfume your winter evenings. 

Tivoli Collection



Introducing Tivoli, a collection by Normann Copenhagen. Inspired by Tivoli Gardens, a whimsical amusement park right in Copenhagen's city center.

The playfulness and versatility of this collection makes for little effort when choosing the perfect vase for your Valentine bouquet or repurposing a marquee box into a charming candy jar.


For Your Valentine


New rugs that have us floored

New Outdoor Mats

As the very first US retailer of Heymat, we have loved having them at Nannie Inez and based on our sales history, it seems you have too. Not only are they good looking but they are super durable and really hold their end of the bargain when it comes to keeping dirt trapped on the rug and out of your house! With rubber backing it stays in place and best part...they are machine washable. 



"It’s difficult to hype up a doormat, honestly. They’re seen when you enter and leave a home, and that’s about it — but that could make an important impression on guests. If you’re in the market for one, however, we recommend these doormats by Heymat. They’re beautiful, designed in Norway, and they’re durable enough to handle a lot of foot traffic. Plus, if they get too dirty, you can just toss them in the wash." 

New Arrivals from Ferm Living


 We've stocked Ferm Living for quite a few years now and honestly the collection just gets better and better every season. Our latest delivery is a mix of architecturally stunning marble accessories and one hellofva good looking hanging planter. Stay tuned, there's more gorgeous pieces coming soon.


 We are thrilled to introduce Tantuvi rugs to the Nannie Inez mix. They are designed in New York and hand died and woven in India. We love the playful pops of color and minimalist design. Want Tantuvi than just a 2 x 3 mat, not a problem. Larger sizes are available for special order, just ask!



Trade Newsletter 1: Cafe Tables + Chairs

 Restaurant Concepts

We love supporting our trade clients in bringing their vision to life. We’re excited to highlight some fresh new pieces fit for Austin’s next favorite [insert hip new commercial environment here], in a category that continues to grow across all of our brands: Café Tables and Chairs. Whether for a boutique hotel restaurant, swanky bar or brewery—we’ve got you covered!

Your install date next month doesn’t scare us. Ask us about the 37 different variations of the Harbour Chair that can be here in 2 weeks...yep, we said it. We’ve got quite a few Quick Ship tricks up our sleeves in fact.

Oh and finish samples? We got you.

Think: Residential beauty meets contract quality. 
Plus, we are thrilled to introduce Muuto’s first outdoor collection... hello outdoor biergarten!

New Furniture Arrivals Guaranteed To Spark Joy

Finds from Milan

Last April we had the pleasure of discovering and experiencing first hand some exquisite new pieces launched by our favorite brands at Milan Design Week. Those treasures, like the Hyg Chair and GMG Lounge are now making their way into our Austin showroom and we are pretty stoked about it. 

Grossman Icons

The GT Lounge Chair was originally designed by Greta Grossman in 1949 with the GMG Chaise Lounge following in 1951. The Chaise Lounge, available now in our Austin showroom, was built in a shape designed for relaxation as it mirrors the body’s natural curves while appearing to float above its distinctive slender legs. The Chaise Lounge successfully combines Grossman's Swedish fondness for color and texture with the clean lines associated with California Modernism.


Kim West's Home Tour 

Interior Designer and co-owner of SUPPLY showroom, Kim West has a way with interiors and we were thrilled to see her home tour on Camille Styles. It's full of unexpected detail and refined whimsy. There are a number of NI moments in Kim's home, but don't the HAY AAC22 chairs and Menu Around Coffee Table in particular just make your heart sing?? 
Read the full story here. 

Nannie Inez Trade Program

We love supporting our A+D community and have helped designers source for all kinds of projects both residential and commercial in Austin and beyond. One of the many benefits of working with Nannie Inez is the breadth of furniture and lighting available to you through our trade program, like the Gubi Pacha Chair shown here. For more information please contact Heather, our NI trade rep, at



Heading to Stockholm

We are super excited to see what fresh design goods we find next month at Stockholm Design Week. Want us to keep an eye out for something specific? We got you! Email us at, subject line Stockholm and we'll gladly hunt around for you.  

Introducing Abel Perfumes

 Apothecary Goods

Not to toot our own horn or anything, but we often hear "It smells amazing in here," when a customer enters our shop. This is not an accident -- we think of scent as an under-appreciated design element.

If you think about it--smell is the first sense to fire up when you walk into a space. There's an emotional element tied to it that creates a memory, tied to an experience--it's a delight to your senses. We've curated a collection of apothecary goods fit for both the novice and the well-rounded scent snob, and everyone in between. Apothecary goods should feel good on your skin, delight your senses, have real ingredients, and look beautiful on the surfaces of your home...shout out to the Void Neue Incense Burner that acts as a sculptural piece when not in use. 


Introducing Abel

We knew we wanted to bring in a perfume line, but it needed to be something we believed in. Enter Abel. Following a failed search for a natural perfume that was chic, modern and long lasting. Abel was founded in Amsterdam by New Zealander Frances Shoemack with a simple goal - to create the world’s best natural perfume. Rather than clouding your personality with a consistent intensity, the beauty of all natural ingredients is that they’ll evolve on your skin, working with your natural body chemistry to create a unique scent. One that will continually evolve throughout the day. Abel lives on your skin, until it fades away. 



A cool fresh Haitian vetiver that opens with a creamy lime and mint bouquet and closes with a subtle caramelized wood drydown.


A luscious citrus floral that opens with a harmonious neroli and matcha tea accord, a rich jasmin sambac, petitgrain and ylang ylang heart and a soft santal base. 



A twice distilled Texas cedar and wild harvested Atlas Mountain cedar make for a distinctive, intoxicating fragrance.


A spicy clove and pepper opening softens on the skin when the shimmer of Calabrian bergamot meets the warmth and elegance of classic East Indian santal. 




A hint of bitter orange and violet open this cool labdanum rich fragrance where dark incense and ambergris collide with warm patchouli in a harmonious clash.


A sophisticated oriental perfume, where bright pink pepper and juniper berry give this classic amber a modern twist.



A peek inside Deeyn's kitchen

In The Kitchen with Deeyn

It's no secret that we love interiors here at Nannie Inez, so we were excited for the invite into Nannie Inez founder Deeyn Rhodes' South Austin home—more specifically, her kitchen. We chatted all things design and the kitchen essentials she loves for elevating the simple, everyday moments.
 Below Deeyn shares with us her kitchen favorites from bowls and containers to Mariage Frères tea that we think you'll love in your kitchen (and make amazing gifts too).


1. Menu Bottle Grinders -
such a joy to use!

2. Hawkins NY Organic Bowls -
perfect for salads and pastas

3. Stringa Towels -
they look good and feel good

4. Japanese Glass Jars - so minimalist and perfect for storing your salad "crunch ins" 

Bottlit Salad Dressing bottles -
they're a must! 

6. Lyngby Vase - flowers or no flowers, this iconic vase is a beauty

Afternoon Tea

Teas from Mariage Frères are such an indulgence. I love slowing down and sipping one of their perfectly perfumed blends. My personal favorite is Vert Provence, which blends grassy green tea with mellow lavender and the sweetness of dried rose petals. 

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