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Charlotte-based House of Nomad to Open on King Street

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.

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