Now Voyager has a trove of well-traveled homewares to inspire your interiors
Words by KERSTIN CZARRA
Photography by NICOLE LaMOTTE
Designer Wendy Haworth sources character-rich pieces for her shop, Now Voyager.
“The idea initially started with me being a bit obsessed with things,” says L.A. interior designer Wendy Haworth. “I was traveling, shopping, and saving things for my projects and enjoyed the process of curating.” With no place to put them, this collection of new and vintage art, furniture, and accessories has lived in her mind — until now. Haworth recently opened Now Voyager, a shop below her design studio in Silver Lake. The space feels more like a meander through the soulful home of a worldly aesthete than a store, with a pair of Mies van der Rohe cantilever chairs here and quirky midcentury Italian lamps next to a pile of vibrant Turkish textiles.
“It initially started with me being a bit obsessed with things”
Abstract artwork (from both noted artists and unknowns) lives throughout, as do ceramic bowls, vases, and match strikers made in the pottery studio onsite. Haworth says the only unifying theme is instinct. “I’m drawn to things with a soul,” she says. “I can’t describe it, but you put it in a room and it feels right.” She hopes the rotating assortment becomes a place where others can find just the thing to complete a room. By appointment. 1619 Silver Lake Blvd., L.A., 213-293-6863; nowvoyager.com.
Feature image: Wendy Haworth’s curated collection of new and vintage art, furniture, and accessories.
This story originally appeared in the Fashionable Living 2023 issue of C Magazine.
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