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Nalata Nalata NYC | 2 Extra Place

Nalata Nalata NYC | 2 Extra Place

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

With a sense of overwhelming triumph, we finally find ourselves with the very first Nalata Nalata storefront up and running in Manhattan. It has been a long journey to this…

Getting There: The Buildout Continues

Getting There: The Buildout Continues

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

We’re well on our way to completing our new Nalata Nalata storefront on 2 Extra Place and wanted to share some progress photos we took to document the buildout. Here…

Our Flagship

Our Flagship

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

When we began Nalata Nalata, we launched online but there was always hope that one day we would open a brick and mortar location. Steve and I had always dreamt…

Not Just Packaging

Not Just Packaging

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

A quick word on a small thing that makes a big difference… Steve and I are HUGE packaging nerds. Well designed boxes and bags gives a product an added special…

The Donabe Basics

The Donabe Basics

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Lately we’ve been getting a lot of inquiries about the donabes we have in the shop, the top question being how to “season” your donabe? The first thing you’re going…

A World of Observation: The 10¹² Terra Outlook

A World of Observation: The 10¹² Terra Outlook

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

As much as I have always liked the thought of incorporating plant life into our home, the trick was always how to keep them alive. I don’t have much of a green thumb so it wasn’t until my discovery…

Jeff Koons Retrospective

Jeff Koons Retrospective

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Sometimes you can precisely reference a day from your past because it had a strong impact on you. For me this occurred on my first day of Art Fundamentals class…

Stacking and Storing

Stacking and Storing

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Earlier this week we released wood canisters and containers designed by Mute Studio for Hatashikkiten. We’ve always loved these products for their charming colours but fell even harder for the…

A Closer Look at Jusan-Ya

A Closer Look at Jusan-Ya

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Combs can be very personal items and in some instances seen as spiritual objects. The Japanese word for comb, kushibi, translates to “working with spirits” because in ancient times, people would…

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