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Limited Vintage pop-up shop opening in Venice

October 1, 2010 |  6:32 am


Interior designer Nadia Geller, whose pro bono work on the Upward Bound House we profiled earlier this year, is opening a pop-up shop Saturday inside LiveStyle Designs in Venice.

Ngd8_rect540 The temporary store-within-a-store will sell Geller's Limited Vintage line of midcentury furniture, lamps and accessories that she has collected and refurbished over the years.

"I like to add whimsy to things," Geller says. "I will be selling some really cool upcycled pieces from flea markets." One example: an Eames lounger, shown above, redone in gray and white linen houndstooth.

Pieces will range from $25 to $2,600 and will include pillows, Romo wallpaper normally sold only to the trade at Thomas Lavin, and black and white photographs by Nicholas Keel.

The shop will be open for about three months with new pieces added every few weeks. An opening reception runs from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday. LiveStyle Designs says it will be offering a 25% off coupon, good through Nov. 15, to everyone who comes to the party.

411 Lincoln Blvd., Venice; (310) 392-9781

-- Lisa Boone

Photo credits: Nadia Geller


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