Monday, December 5, 2011

Just Modern partners with Atomic Living Design

Awesome, cool, hip, retro and stylish are just a few words our clients and friends have used to describe Just Modern's new line of indoor furniture by Atomic Living Design.  

A few weeks ago, my cousin Jackie (who recently moved to Colorado) was reading the Denver magazine 5280 when she came across an article titled "Twice as Nice - A Husband-and-Wife Team Rethinks Modern Furniture".  She immediately sent me an email saying that we should consider talking to them because they have amazing pieces similar to the things we offer and seem like a really cool couple/company! Jackie couldn't have gotten it more right!

After scrolling through their website and speaking with Lisa Detschermitsch, I knew it was a perfect match.  Stewart and I started Just Modern because of our passion for mid-century modern architecture, design and decor.  Our mission is not only to find new products that are inspired by this era and made in the US, but to work with artists and designers who are environmentally conscientious.

According to their "About Us" page, Lisa and Jesse Detschermitsch's  share a lifelong passion for mid-century modern architecture and furnishings, which has inspired them to design and build their own line of modern furnishings for the mid-century minded.  Their mission is to revive a desire for high design and heirloom-quality furniture of an era long since passed, and to use modern technology to make it an accessible alternative to the big-box stores selling foreign "goods".  They strive to be environmentally conscientious and use low and very low VOC water-based lacquers and eco-friendly sheet goods wherever possible.  They are dedicated to continually seek out new products that support their commitment to environmental responsibility.  **PLEASE SUPPORT MADE IN THE U.S.A.**.

Yes Jackie, you were right!  Thank you...

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 Just Modern is a proud sponsor of Palm Springs Modernism Week 2012

Modernism Week 2012