No. 1 —
Nannie Inez Retail Space
Our store relocation offered an entirely different interior concept than our first shop. We teamed up with DIG:A to create the space, which included architectural elements, display furniture and fixtures and colors. The brief for this project was to combine a Scandinavian inspired color palate with architectural elements of home, creating an environment to express our approachable, minimalist design perspective.
Limon Lane Residence
Recently we completed the interior architecture project of a client’s kitchen. The brief was to transform a kitchen built in the late 70s into a contemporary transitional design with subtle nods to French charm and industrial culinary facilities.
Perfect Form Design Studio
When the Creative Director of Perfect Form Design set up his Austin studio, he asked us to select the furnishings and accessories. The brief was to create an environment where designers and clients could collaborate in a creative and comfortable space.
West Annie Residence
Our most personal and challenging project was the design and construction of our home. Thankfully we found the talented DIG:A to carry us through this process. DIG:A focused on overall design and construction, while NI Creative selected interior details including materials, fixtures, and colors. As with any new home, this project continues as we select the interior furnishings, art, and accessories.
No. 2 —
Nannie Inez Apothecary
Early in the development of Nannie Inez, we set out to create a lifestyle brand that would reach beyond household products to offer items for well-being, skincare, and body care.
This took us on a journey to find apothecary that fit our branding perspective. Unfortunately, we found the existing offerings not quite right for our brand-either too expensive, too feminine, or in packaging that was too nostalgic and wistful.
Unwilling to accept defeat, we decided the only option was to develop our own. With our brand identity as one requirement, we decided it was also important that these products be made up of only harvested and organic ingredients, preferably local, if possible. With that in mind, we started our search local aroma therapist. To our great fortune in a short time, we found a talented aromatherapist right here in Austin who shared our vision for all natural, sustainably harvested ingredients.
Our four-year partnership continues to evolve and has resulted in a family of well-being products that has stayed true to our original vision of locally blended apothecary in a modern packaging that appeal to men and women alike.
In collaboration with DIG:A studio in Austin, we developed the Inez Furniture Series for our new retail location. This series includes the Low dining table and Annie storage unit. The lines of this series follow the minimal form, focus on materials, and details recognizable in Scandinavian and Japanese design. Comprised of European Beech or Walnut, with optional painted top and sizing, the Low table presents classic construction in a contemporary form.
No. 3 —
Art and creativity are a major inspiration to us. In this spirit, we designed a series of limited edition products with creatives in mind. In our search for an artist to collaborate with, we came across the work of London-based graphic designer/illustrator Guy Field and loved his work. Guy liked the idea and agreed to create a series of limited edition products including tote bags and sketchbooks exclusively for Nannie Inez.