Success with ‘The Apartment’!

For those of you who’ve been following our blog, you may have noticed that we wrote a post about ninetonine selling items in the pop up store ‘The Apartment’ over the Christmas holidays. The pop up store was open from 5th December to 5th January, and it was an incredible success!

We want to take the opportunity to thank everyone who came and supported us in this effort! We had such an amazing time setting up our area and getting to know everyone else involved, and it is definitely something we look forward to doing again!

For those of you who were unable to stop by, here are a few photos of the ninetonine setup:

image3Although we didn’t have an enormous space to work with, we were able to find a place for everything!! In this photo, we have the ninetonine Deskhouse in the corner, with Seedling gift sets on top. The ninetonine Mouse table has a Jellycat bunny sitting in the ear! To the left, we have a desk with Kukkia toys and ninetonine My First Still Life items. Above the desk, we have Ferm Living Studio storage units. And just in case you missed it, hanging from the ceiling we have the wonderful Kidsonroof Casa Cabana Deco (all available on ninetonine.com)!

PHOTO1A closer look at the desk shows us the cute little Kukkia toy sets (from L-R, Sushi, Machi and Tsumiki). Behind the Kukkia sets we have the ninetonine My First Still Life, and above that, the ninetonine My First Sculpt Toy. To the left, we have the Kukkia Hamburger. The beautiful wooden lamp in the corner is by Muuto. Above, inside the Ferm Living Studio sets are more Jellycat soft toys.

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image2The other side of the room features the Totem Tree of Life by Kidsonroof, which was great fun to assemble! Up on the wall we placed the All Lovely Stuff coat hangers (Animals of Whittling Wood and Moose on the Loose). Directly below, we used the All Lovely Stuff Donuts to hang up our Dwell Studio baby clothes. 

For more photos, and to read more about ninetonine in the Apartment (in Spanish), the blog La Portegna did a wonderful little post about it! Even if you can’t understand Spanish, the photos are worth a look!

Once again, thanks to everyone who came, and we hope to something like this again soon!!!

 

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