Nook & Cranny reopens its doors in Liverpool this time next week on Bold Street. The new store boasts a brand new innovative event space inside the city’s bustling independent quarter.

Launched in 2011, the brand dedicates itself to sourcing and stocking the hidden gems of the art and design world. Nook & Cranny prides itself on knowing its products and all artists involved on a very personal level and will be bringing even more to its new base on Bold Street. From cards, prints and stationary to novelty knick-knacks, reclaimed antiques and contemporary homeware, this is the one-stop shop for all things playful.

Nook&Cranny Promo

The reopening for one night only will see the shop will transform into a tribute to the Dia de Los Muertos, just in time for Halloween, with an array of Mexican-inspired tricks and treats.

The new store will include an on-site event space where Nook & Cranny will be introducing another string to its dynamic bow. An extensive programme is currently being developed that will include pop-up shops and restaurants; exclusive exhibitions and craft workshops, just to name a few. The brand will be working closely with businesses, organisations and universities across the city region to nurture the best of Liverpool’s unlimited supply of creative talent.

“It’s been three years in the making but Nook & Cranny has grown so much in such a short period of time and we’re very excited about how much the brand has evolved. We’re always extremely thankful for all of the support from local independents and our loyal customers and just can’t wait to reopen on Bold Street now. Expect more incredible talent, unique products and a whole host of brilliant events.” – Jennifer Kirby

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Jared Thompson
Co-editor and writer for Indie Minded since its launch and under its previous guise of The Tee Gazette. I also run popular design blog Design Juices.