A Newcomer to Beverly Boulevard
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Beverly Boulevard just keeps getting better as a shopping strip, and now we can add the Nickey Kehoe shop to the mix. Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe (of Nickey Kehoe Interiors , a Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory member), took two old stores and turned them into one large light-filled space. As Kehoe tells us, "Our last store was charming and cocoonish, very brick and mortar. Our new space feels more like an atelier with large windows and light pouring in from the front and the little vestibules at the side. It has a very California vibe to it." With more foot traffic and people dropping by, Nickey Kehoe has become much more of a communal hub. So much so, the store is expanding their housewares offerings with more tabletop, bedding, and gifts. For information, visit Nickey Kehoe . Photography by Mimi Giboin for Remodelista. Above: On display is a selection of vintage finds mixed with modern pieces. Above: Handcrafted stoneware from Olmay Home. Above: Behind the bench is a Nickey Kehoe wing tufted headboard upholstered in muslin with brass button details. Above: Rugs and pillows made by Bedouin women in Israel. Above: Terra Firma Trays (L) and Incense from Astier de Villatte (R). Above: A Nickey Kehoe bed with Gien china plates on display above. Above: Papier mache mounted animal busts with towels from Fresco hanging beneath. Above: Glassware and dishware on offer. Above: A seven-day incense coil hangs above the other small outdoor space. Above: The new storefront on Beverly Boulevard. Above: A gold-leafed logo on the entrance.