On February 1, Authentik hosts a free 'Artist's Way' workshop designed to 'awaken the creativity and spirituality inside of you'
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After taking a two-month hiatus to rebrand, Chef Natalie Young unveiled the revamped Authentik Furniture DTLV last week. “The whole vibe has changed,” the renowned chef/owner of Eat and Old Soul says.
Initially opening last January as a vintage furniture and antique store with items plucked by Natalie herself, this new iteration of Authentik is a partnership with Nicole Holt of Rove Designs, who takes over curation duties and gives it a bohemian turn.
“Nicole is extremely talented and I enjoy her vision,” Natalie says.
The new collection takes a global approach featuring treasures that Nicole has found from her travels abroad. Items include everything from handcrafted textiles and gourd bowls from local makers in Mexico to textured Moroccan rugs. There are also plants, paintings, furniture and so much more, including some of Natalie’s antiques, to transform your living space into a bohemian paradise.
“[There’s] more dope shit to come,” Natalie promises.
Natalie and Nicole are also opening the Las Vegas Arts District space for special events and gatherings. Like the pieces inside Authentik, the events are done with thoughtful care and design. On February 1, Authentik hosts a free workshop based on the book “The Artist’s Way” designed to “awaken the creativity and spirituality inside of you.”
“My goal and the new partnership is to support Nicole with her vision in integrating furniture, design and alchemy, along with occasionally bringing in my cool shit,” Natalie says.
Authentik Furniture is located at 1321 S. Commerce St. The store is open Thursday through Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.