Time Out says
What started as a simple stationery brand by Lisette Scheers over two years ago has blossomed into Nala Designs, a boutique fashion and merchandising name known for their quirky Malaysian-inspired prints and Peranakan motifs. Their current project is a four-month pop-up store in Bangsar Village II which started in June. Occupying the space that once housed The Loaf, the Nala Muse pop-up store embodies all aspects of the brand: think colourful prints on furniture, murals on the walls, and even a hand-painted floor design that carries Nala’s characteristic design motifs.
Aside from it being a pretty space, you’ll also be able to get your hands on Nala Designs’ home décor pieces, bags, fabric rolls and more, as well as a few limited edition items exclusive to the pop-up store. Some of the highlights that caught our eye over the past few weeks were the Ellen Smith bags, lampshades, the baju kurung collection, hand-painted tea towels and limited edition masak-masak floor pillows that have been hand painted by Lisette. While you’re there, try to spot the beetle mural and explore the special edition bug postcards as well as other stationery items.