On Friday, October 9th House of Nomad, based out of Charlotte, will open its second location on Charleston’s iconic King Street. The storefront will be home to a mix of new and vintage home décor pieces hand-picked by owner’s Kelley Lentini and Berkeley Minkhorst, who work directly with a close group of global artisans from Mexico, Bali, Turkey, Africa, and more.
The business says that throughout the shop, locals and visitors alike will “discover a refreshing aesthetic to Charleston with one-of-a-kind earthy, bold and playful items including; throw pillows and blankets, poufs, vintage Turkish rugs, Moroccan rugs, wall baskets, mirrors, framed textiles, coffee table books, planters, lighting fixtures and more.”
The shop will boast a Moroccan-inspired archway adorning the center of the store, a build-your-own basket wall workshop, furniture, a Turkish/Moroccan rug wall, and a coffee/bar.
On October 9th, the first 20 guests will receive 20% off their entire purchase. Each customer is required to follow the City of Charleston’s COVID-19 protective measures by wearing a mask inside the store and complying with capacity restrictions.
The store can be found at 214 King Street and will be open from 10 am to 6 pm. You can learn more about the business at shophouseofnomad.com.