showroom news | Oct 19, 2016 |
Sixpenny RoadSHOP, traveling furnishings pop-up, to premiere in NYC
Boh staff

On November 5 and 6, the pop-up store Sixpenny RoadSHOP will debut on New York’s Lower East Side, before traveling to Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, Houston and elsewhere. Branded as a “technology-based artisanal home-furnishing e-commerce site,” Sixpenny will launch online simultaneously with the pop-up.

Up for sale are high-end furniture and furnishings developed by co-founders Jon Allen and Kevin Lehrer. The collections will be showcased in an immersive environment across three vignettes: “Archive (vintage-inspired contemporary), Foundry (authentic industrial), and Nest (offbeat farmhouse).” Sixpenny partners with community programs and donates 6 percent of the sales.

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