Nina’s Apartment is back on her feet since a fire destroyed the shop and all vintage stock at Lethenty Mill at the end of April.
Nina Eggens, owner of the business, tells about the experience: “It was horrifying to see my shop go up in smoke in front of my eyes that morning. I worked hard for four years building up the business, collecting rare vintage pieces and creating a real destination for people to find something unique. It felt like I had lost a limb.”
Since the blaze the business woman has not sit still however and after an extended summer break she has rebranded the business and has decided to go into interior design as well as still selling vintage, but only online for now.
“Hundreds of people sent messages of support after the disaster and I felt very humbled. Customers told me they had always enjoyed following the Nina’s Apartment design blog and how much it inspired them. I have now decided to develop that side of the business and help people create a home they love, designing interiors with ‘soul’ and using a unique combination of new and vintage furniture .”
Nina’s Apartment – Interior Design and Vintage will be at the Scottish Home Show from 23-25 September 2016, at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre. Special introductory offers will be available at the stand.