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Nomad is Scout Cambridges’ Most Honored

Thank you so much for voting for Nomad!  We’ve been awarded with Best Home Decor/Furniture AND Best Jewelry by Scout Cambridge.
 
We appreciate your support and thank you for shopping local.
 
Here is a sampling from our exclusive photo shoot – check out the September Issue of Scout Cambridge Magazine for the full spread!
 

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Nomad Made the 2014 Boston A-List

Nomad is the proud winner of the WGBH Boston A-List award for Best Home Goods.
Thank you so much for your votes!  We couldn’t have done it without you.
Many thanks for shopping small and local at Nomad!
Check out all of the 2014 Award Winners:
A-List Top 25 Best Shopping in Boston

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AFAR: Guide to the Cambridge Area

For AFAR Guide, Allison Abbott includes Nomad as one of her fourteen Cambridge-area hot spots, calling our collection “stylish, fun and distinctive” and our store a “don’t miss, special one of a kind destination”.  Thanks so much Allison!
Read her review of Nomad here:
 
“A Globetrotting Shopping Experience”
 
 

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Nomad Made the Boston A-List! Thanks For Voting!

Nomad won Boston’s A-List for BEST Home Goods 2013!  We really appreciate the love and support from you guys in our neighborhood and beyond!

 

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Pollen Arts Candles

Tis the season! The Boston Globe has recognized NOMAD as one of the go-to places to find the perfect present.  The team at the Globe chose to feature Nomad’s 100% pure beeswax candles by Pollen Arts in their 2012 Gift Guide. Handmade with love in the USA, these candles are crafted in the shape of vintage bottles and come in a variety of sizes: stocking stuffers to larger centerpieces! They are sure to generate conversation among the home with their delicious smell… and they burn for hours on end.
Check out us & our neighbors in the Globe’s Holiday

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Taza Chocolate

Retailer of the Month!
We all have a sweet tooth here at Nomad, so we were really thrilled to be Taza Chocolate’s featured retailer of the month.
[Does this mean we all get to sample more Taza Chocolate??]
Nomad is the ideal choice for Taza chocolate retailer of the month, especially during this season when our shop is chockful of “day of the dead” folk art and supplies.
One of the most important ingredients of this festivity is chocolate not only enjoyed at fiestas but also placed on shrines for the ancestral spirits to enjoy.
We have given Taza chocolate our official Nomad seal of

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Everything is Illuminated with Color

Improper Bostonian: November 2008 – Jumble Sale, Nomad Covers the Palette” – “NOMAD brings you into a rainbow of folk art and fun where the merchandise sparkles with joy. Mexican Day of the Dead skeletons holding guitars rock on, affirming life. Enormous mirrors are textured with silver-colored ornamental metal, and decorative mini-frames surround the face of Frida Kahlo, patron saint of eyebrows. One valuable necklace sports a pendant filled with uncut diamonds, like bits of beautiful broken glass.

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The Improper Bostonian featured Nomad in Wish List for 2010.

The Improper Bostonian featured Nomad in Wish List for 2010.

Nomad was featured in the 2010 Holiday Wish List from the Improper Bostonian! Recycled bangles, made in Ghana, are in stock for just $2.00 each. Stop by Nomad to get yours today!

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Get Pineapple Sculpture or Ironic Door Mat?”

Retailer of the Month!

“Stuff Magazine: May 4, 2009 – GET this… For decades, the pineapple has found its way into an impressive number of culinary missteps. Spam kabobs anyone? Yet whether lodged inside neon-colored, gelatinous desserts or perched on the edge of an oddly named cocktail, the golden fruit has always retained an air of dignity. It is, after all, a traditional symbol of hospitality. Coveted for its exotic rarity, the pineapple was once considered a gastronomic luxury, and early American hostesses displayed whole specimens as centerpieces, signifying a warm welcome to their guests. So if you?re looking to score

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