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Nannie Inez is Hiring!

Nannie Inez is a curated, design-forward destination for modern furniture & accessories. We are hiring a sales leader who is able to engage with customers in the store and to be a sales leader as we continue to expand our offerings to meet the needs of designers and architects in the Central Texas region. This is a full-time, salary + commission role. Weekends will be required. 

The successful candidate:
—Has a demonstrated love for design and a willingness to communicate that enthusiasm to clients and store visitors.
—Meets and exceeds sales goals by developing client relationships, writing quotes, following up and closing sales to both residential and trade clients.
—Identifies new business opportunities and grows the Nannie Inez customer base through focused outreach to the trade community, both in the store and through scheduled meetings out of the store in clients’ offices.
—Is consistently able to demonstrate ownership of their business, including personal organization, time management and conscientious management of open orders, client communication and customer service issue resolution.
—Actively pursues and maintains product knowledge/training.
—Is a respectful and enthusiastic member of a small team.
—Is proactive in maintenance of the store, floor models, finish samples and sales materials.
—Helps in maintaining NI visual merchandising standards (ie filling holes/paint touch-up on walls, restocking floor items, maintain pricing on floor items, daily cleaning standards).

    If these qualifications describe you, let’s talk. Send us a cover letter, your resume and tell us something about design that has you excited right now.

    Email us at info@nannieinez.com.  We look forward to hearing from you!


    Dining Chairs to Match your Style & Budget

    Above Image: Bang & Olufsen



    For some reason I mentally label dining chairs as if they were high school cliques... maybe it's because they  hang out in groups? Instead of the drama kids and girly girls my dining chair cliques are the Minimalists, the Elegant Ones but of course there's still a group of Cool Kids. Our dining chairs range in style so no doubt you will find a group to get in where you fit in. 



    THE MINIMALISTS

    Synnes Chair by Menu
    Fiber Side Chair by Normann Copenhagen (Just $269)
    Nerd Chair by Muuto

    Above Image: Forage Modern Workshop


     

    THE ELEGANT ONES

    Beetle Chair by Gubi
    5 Chair by Gubi

    Above Image: Kristofer Johnsson

     




    THE CLASSICS

    Cover Chair by Muuto
    J104 Chair by HAY
    J110 Chair by HAY


    Above Image: Kristofer Johnsson




    THE COOL KIDS

    Form Chair (steel legs) by Normann Copenhagen
    Form Chair (wood legs) by Normann Copenhagen
    About a Chair by HAY


    Above Image: Homes to Love


    How to Choose the Right Rug

    And now… RUGS. This is a challenging area of design for most folks.

    Don’t worry, we’re here to turn your question marks into style points! 







    Tip 01 — Tie it Together.
    A rug will unite the separate pieces of furniture in a room (especially in the living room) and visually delineate different areas of the home to make a more harmonious flow of activity for family and guests. A living room rug grabs all the furnishings which are lily-padding around the space and sets the stage for your latest Netflix binge, serving cocktails, or some quality (even if forbidden) sofa time with the dog.   





    Tip 02 — Color and Texture.
    Should you find yourself needing to introduce color to the room, feel free to use the wonderful trick of adding a colorful rug to your monochromatic space. Have enough color? Consider texture as a field trip for the eye to add visual excitement to what is otherwise a 2-dimensional surface… aka the floor.




    Tip 03 — Function and Sizing.
    We suggest starting with function in mind and sizing will fall naturally into place secondarily. For example, the living room rug should unite the seating area, so it should accommodate sofa, lounge chair(s), coffee/side tables. Back legs of furniture hanging out off the rug is ok with us, but tiny rugs in front of seating areas are akin to using a single bulb from a Christmas Tree strand as a chandelier. A kitchen mat should be wide enough to give you cushion in that area and catch the fall out from your culinary masterpiece.  





    SHOP ACCENT RUGS


    SHOP AREA
     RUGS




    Do Better Than Brunch This Mother's Day

    Celebrate Mom with style and sentiment this Mother’s Day. Tie a bow on the time you’ll be spending together, with a token of appreciation for always getting you started on the swing-set.
     
    Start with our list of ideas below or stop in to let our team assist you with the perfect gift from our selection of apothecary and home offerings.




    Image source: Stella McCartney by Bruce Weber for Vogue.





    A pretty vase from Denmark filled with a bundle of greenery.


    Her favorite classic movie with a cup of Very French tea.



    A gold MAMA ring made in Brooklyn, plus a mani/pedi from her go-to spa.


    An uninterrupted midday nap under a soft bedspread.


    A portable LED lamp for an outdoor dinner with the family.






     

    I hit the Mama jackpot with a mother that has always been so kind, supportive and patient. This is one of my favorites of my Mom and me... it's so quintessentially her.  —Deeyn



     


    20% Off Menu Furniture & Lighting



    Your favorite Danish designer is offering 20% off select lighting and furniture (something they rarely do). If you've had your eye on any of the Menu pieces below, now is the time to invest. The sale lasts through the end of the month!

    Click here to shop the items on sale. Call us at 512.428.6639 if you have questions about a certain item.














    SHOP THE MENU SALE

     

    How to Light a Room

    Lighting is one of the most important elements of design... in fact, it might be the most important. Not only is the pendant, sconce or lamp a point of interest, it also sets a mood. Think of lighting as functional art and if it had a fashion world equivalent, it would be the designer handbag or the perfect shoe because it ties the whole look together. —Deeyn




    Tip 01 — Dimmers, dimmers, dimmers.

    Before even discussing the actual light source, invest in wiring for dimmers. Unless you need light to thread a needle in the dark, there is no need for bright overhead lighting. 


    Tip 02 — Layer in the living room.

    This is where you probably spend a good amount of your time. Having a combination of lights allows you to change the space for different purposes. Overhead recessed lighting if you're working on a project, a floor lamp if you're reading a book, and a low-lit table lamp if you're winding down and watching a movie. And a candle or two is always a nice touch.




    Tip 03 — How do you use the room?

    Think about the function of the room and the mood you're trying to set. Are you reading? Working at a desk? Entertaining guests? A large pendant or chandelier is best for a dining room. In the bedroom, you'll want a reading light by the bed and an overhead light for dressing. (Don't forget the dimmer, though!) 




    And don't forget, you can custom order hundreds of lights through Nannie Inez. Email us at info@nannieinez.com or call us at 512.428.6639 to learn more or place a custom order.

    Image sources, top to bottom: 1, 2, 3, 4




    SHOP ALL LIGHTING





    Latest Obsession: Alicia Keys Live in Paris




    Alicia Keys — A Take Away Show in Paris

    Two things happening here that have us obsessed. 1) Could you imagine seeing Alicia Keys preforming with no mic and no speaker just a few feet in front of you? I would die. 2) What is it about the lighting in Paris that is so romantic. This venue is so identifiably French with it's soft, diffused lighting in golden hues. Take me here now! —Deeyn


    New! Yield Copper Planters




    We are beyond excited to introduce the gorgeous spun copper pots from Florida-based company, Yield, to our product mix. You can now find the Yield pure copper self-watering planters in store and online. These beauties are hand spun from a single piece of copper.

    Yield was created by Andrew Deming and Rachel Gant, partners in business and life. Learn more about the duo in their Wallpaper interview and just for fun, have a look at their before & after home renovation in St Augustine, FL.

    Click here to shop the planters.







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