Do great things really come in pairs?
Why two really is better than one.
Mario couldn’t do without Luigi, Batman without Robin, Simon without Garfunkel. All big no-no’s especially Garfunkel on his own, but that’s for another time.
So, does greatness really come in pairs? What makes two better than one? Well, we took a survey amongst ourselves, and without naming names this is what we decided upon that comes best in pairs;
2 for 1 drinks at happy hour
Wine and cheese
Wine and lunch
Wine and dinner
Wine and TV
Wine and Woolies lamingtons
Nutella and pancakes
Nik Naks and beach picnics
Whiskey and logfires
Wine and surveys
That is about all I could include on this list without having to censor. Scanning the list above it seems in so far that we are degenerate alcoholics that binge of sugary carbs but really, it’s our indulgences. Moderation, that’s the key to life! (I think…)
However, whilst we may be connoisseurs of every restaurant’s second cheapest wine on the list, it does seems true that all the best things need a partner. Even your enemies need you, else they are just some random person shouting and waving their arms around like they are trying to land a Boeing whilst the rest of the world looks on with bemusement.
In numerology 2 is the harmonious number. It symbolizes the union of, and peace between, different entities and seeks to end separateness and unite all.
For us it represents chapter two in our evolving journey. Two creative spaces. Two sanctuaries. Two living souls.
We are very humbled and proud to announce the opening of our second Creative Emporium at the Kyalami Corner Shopping Centre. As our name suggests; Ned without a Nancy was just not right.
We took influence from the old rejuvenated industrial parts of the Le Marais historical district in Paris and crafted a small boutique to house all our curiosities and ephemera, and of course we are home to the wonderful Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
I have always been a fan of using golds in the right space and you can expect to find heavy gold leafed influences and nuances throughout. We have created an evolving space that aims to balance vintage architectural salvage with modern flares, almost a throwback to worn down luxury that still has plenty of charm with a little sophistication.
We look forward to welcoming you to our new space.
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