NEW YORK, Dec. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Citizenry, a socially conscious home décor company, is opening their first pop-up shop in New York City – The Bunkhouse.
Featuring The Citizenry's collection of modern home goods handcrafted around the globe, the 12-day pop-up gives customers the chance to shop in person and meet the team. From alpaca throws from Peru, marble serving pieces from Mexico, and ceramics from Ireland, the store brings together their collection of small batch, ethically crafted items.
Located at 411 Bleecker Street in the West Village, The Citizenry Bunkhouse will open on Friday, December 8, with a kick-off event from 5-8 PM with cocktails from Brooklyn's Clover Club. The Citizenry co-founder, Carly Nance, will also be attending to meet with customers.
The pop-up shop will run through Tuesday, December 19, open Monday through Saturday from 11 - 8 PM and Sunday from 12 - 6 PM. 411 Bleecker Street, New York.
The store interior has been designed by Austin-based designer, Claire Zinnecker.
ABOUT THE CITIZENRY
The Citizenry is a socially conscious home decor brand bringing time-tested craftsmanship to the modern home. They travel around the globe, partnering with master artisans to create exclusive collections sold direct-to-consumers online - with no extra middleman markup.
Three years ago, co-founders, Rachel Bentley and Carly Nance, started The Citizenry when they found themselves uninspired by the products and experiences offered by mass retailers. They wanted to create a company that celebrates human craftsmanship around the world and inspires people to fill their homes with story and meaning.
SOURCE The Citizenry