Dress Up Your Domicile at NIBA Home
Each season as the styles change fashionistas flock to buy the newest “it” bag or shoes, purchase the latest lip color or accessory of-the-moment, but the home is often overlooked. While home trends may not have an “it” item every four months like the fashion world seems to, it’s just as important to keep things fresh in the place that welcomes you day in and day out.
Sprucing up your sanctuary just got a bit more fashionable thanks to NIBA Home. Now celebrating it’s tenth year in business, NIBA Home clearly knows how to keep it fresh. And by clearly, we allude to their lust-worthy collection of Lucite pieces in the Nisi B collection created by NIBA Home owner and curator. Berryman produces and manufactures locally in Miami and has partnered with LeJeune Upholstery, who crafts all of the upholstery for the collection. The pieces in the Nisi B collection are inspired by 20th century design; a period that Berryman says “defies time.” “I like to think my pieces are modern, but with a softer edge,” Berryman notes and that they are.
From the Lola Chair and its uber chic Mongolian lamb seat that is the perfect accent chair for any fashion maven, to the armless Flamingo Sofa with tapered lucite legs to the Keith Bench with Cheveron fabric, the Nisi B collection will upgrade your living space and make your home a bit happier.
In addition to furniture, NIBA Home also carries smaller accessories as well as lightening, mirrors from a selection of sought-after designers in the industry. Be sure to keep your eyes open for new launches in-store this summer including Stark Carpet & Home and furniture and lightening from Los Angeles, Magni Collection.
NIBA Home is located at 39 Northeast 39th Street, Miami, Florida 33137. For more information visit their website or call 305-573-1939. NIBA Home is open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm, Saturdays by appointment only, and closed on Sunday.
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