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Modern product design company Not Neutral has bowed a 450-square-foot pop-up shop at 425A South Beverly Drive, between Wilshire and Olympic, which will be opened through Wednesday, December 31, Mon-Sat 11am-6pm and Sun noon-5pm. Per the release the "...store will feature a rotation of the firm's top-selling furniture, tabletop, textiles and decorative accessories. For the grand opening, the store is awash in autumn color and packed with bold décor accents perfect for the upcoming holidays."
In-store, you'll find items such as patterned dishes, lacquer trays, etched barware, cocktail napkin sets, wall decals, piggy banks, and plenty for kids—from wooden blocks and ceramic snack sets to the firm's BB2 furniture collection, originally created for the Warner Bros. studio lot Child Care Center. Big upside: Not Neutral's prices are pleasingly affordable. [RackedWire]