Noz Nozawa's new collection is lit, Harwell Godfrey dazzles at Marin Country Mart + more style scoop
San Francisco interior designer Noz Nozawa beneath the Daith chandelier, a luxe piece from her new collection for Corbett Lighting. (Alanna Hale)

Noz Nozawa's new collection is lit, Harwell Godfrey dazzles at Marin Country Mart + more style scoop


You've seen her sweet spaces for Hilda & Jesse and Fiat Lux and her rainbow lounge at last year's Decorator Showcase. Now, you can have your own piece of San Francisco's buzziest designer.

Noz Nozawa, known for her colorful, collected spaces and singular fashion sense, has launched a jewelry-inspired lighting collection guaranteed to brighten up your urban home.

Speaking of jewels: Designer Lauren Harwell Godfrey (coincidentally a friend and client of Noz) has opened a sparkling new shop in Larkspur. Be dazzled.

Celebrated interior designer Noz Nozawa x Corbett Lighting are ready to illuminate your home.  ​

Noz Nozawa, sitting pretty beneath her Riviere chandelier for Corbett Lighting. (Alanna Hale)

If you’ve been searching for distinctive chandeliers, pendants and sconces, the new collection from SF interior designer Noz Nozawa and Corbett Lighting is spot on.

ICYMI: Nozawa and her firm Noz Design are in demand for creating one-of-a-kind, artful and immersive spaces that exude a “collected over time” aesthetic. Designing jewelry is also a serious passion of hers. Corbett Lighting, part of Hudson Valley Lighting Group, is known for its sophisticated, luxe lighting.

When the two got together? Yeah, sparks flew.

Each of the collection’s 16 pieces are named for the jewelry motifs that inspired them and feature fanciful details like a draped gold chain on a lariat chandelier.

Naturally, Nozawa is amped about her debut lighting collection: “Lighting—especially layered lighting—is the thing that makes a room feel complete and is an incredibly powerful component of the experiential design of a room, from the placement of architectural lighting to the decorative lighting that adds so much dimension to a space,” she says.

Time to get lit. // Pricing starts at $649; shop online at

Harwell Godfrey brings sparkle to Marin Country Mart.​

Lauren Harwell Godfrey in front of her new boutique at Marin Country Mart. (Courtesy of Bess Friday)

Loved for her dazzling and often whimsical bling, fine jewelry designer and Marin local Lauren Harwell Godfrey has opened a gorgeous jewel box boutique at Marin Country Mart. The 111-square-foot store is as brilliant as HG’s signature gemstone pieces, with an entrance-making Murano rainbow-glass chandelier bouncing light against polished amethyst walls and decorative painter Caroline Lizarraga's hand-burnished gold-leafed ceiling.

On having made the move from her private studio to an open-to-the-public retail space, Harwell Godfrey is digging into her community and growing roots. "I'm really looking forward to the opportunity to engage more directly with customers and admirers of my work," she says, "allowing them to experience my pieces in a deeper context."

For our part, we'd like to get up close and personal with baubles like HG's Press for Champagne ring and her spicy tequila-themed charms. Can you sense we're in a celebratory mood? // 2213 Larkspur Landing (Larkspur),

Take a ride to San Anselmo for the Bay Area Influencer Garage Sale.

Jessi Caparella getting her wares together for the influencer sale she's hosting on May 19.

If you FOMO over every post from the local style influencers you follow, block out a couple of hours to hang in San Anselmo on Sunday, May 19th. You’ll be able to shop like-new clothes, accessories, and home goods from said content creators. The dreamy goods will include a mix of luxury and attainable brands with prices to match.

Just a few names slated to roll their racks to Convert Studios: @annaalexia, @kendrasmoot, @shiragill,, @erinlovesfun and @_harlowejames. Garage sale host/creator/photographer Jessi Caparella (@jessiinsanfrancisco) will also be selling.

But that’s not all, folks: Along with complimentary Sophie James wine, there will be pop-ups from women-owned Bay Area businesses, many of which will be offering discounts. These include: Ariel Gordon jewelry, Molly J, Saffron + Poe, Hey Freya, and Spilled Milk kids clothing. Plus, Cheerie Lane (popcorn!) and Lady Falcon Coffee Club will be on site for requisite snacking and caffeinating. // 10am to 2pm, Saturday May 19 at Convert Studios, 306 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. (San Anselmo),

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