Hay Mini Market in San Francisco, Bank Accounts Beware.


(photo via Nordstrom)
If you’re a fan of the danish or good design, you may want to head to Nordstrom at any point this month, you’ll thank us later.

With Nordstrom’s series of “Pop-In@”, the company has invited danish design house, Hay Mini Market to be apart of it’s San Francisco star of the hour. Mainly making accessories and home furniture, we’re eyeing everything for ourselves. But what’s to expect however? Pens, notebooks, totes, hand-blown glassware – All things that are incredibly necessary in our lives.

HAY Mini Market is an accessories in-store concept for POP-UPS or permanent installations. The first of its kind opened during the Milan Design Week in 2014, and had the resemblance of a supermarket with aisles of shelving laden with selected merchandise, curated and handpicked by Mette Hay. Now gracing San Francisco, we’re shopping like mad men.

Collection prices range from $6 to $250. Your thoughts? Let us know here.


(photo by Danielle Wallis)

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