Nordstrom NYC has partnered with design magazine, Sight Unseen on a limited-time installation to celebrate their new book How to Live With Objects, available in Nordstrom’s NYC flagship now through mid-June.
Within the space, Sight Unseen curated a shoppable selection of artisanal home decor that allows Nordstrom customers to discover and connect with special objects that elevate the beauty and point of view in any personal space.
Nordstrom is excited to welcome Sight Unseen to Nordstrom NYC with a special
installation launching May 16th in celebration of their book, How to Live With Objects, which speaks to a new approach to interiors. Bringing in their strong design perspective on artfully displaying objects, Sight Unseen has curated a shoppable section of artisanal pieces that can elevate the beauty and point of view in any personal space. Nordstrom customers will discover and connect with special objects through this limited pop-up shop available at Nordstrom’s New York City flagship through mid-June.
In How to Live With Objects, Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer, the co-founders of the influential designmagazine Sight Unseen, prove that in the modern home it matters less that an interior be perfectly appointed, and more that it’s authentically personal and filled with beloved objects — whether they be vintage, contemporary finds, handmade, or sentimental. Using what they call an “anti-decorating” approach, they help the reader discover objects to love and find the most meaningful pieces for their space. Sight Unseen at Nordstrom will make home design feel approachable and accessible by offering thoughtfully handpicked objects from a few of their favorite brands including: Casa Shop, Mike Ruiz, Sophie Lou Jacobsen, Utility Objects, and more, in addition to copies of the book that will be available in the pop-up.