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About Mod Livin' Mod Livin' opened its doors in the Summer of 2001, with the goal of providing the residents of the Rocky Mountain region with a premier outlet for mid-century furniture and accessories. The philosophy of the founders, husband and wife team Erick and Jill Roorda, was to "find the thing you're passionate about and you'll never work a day in your life." Having settled in the historic Park Hill neighborhood in Denver, Mod Livin' has grown to fill the building's 7500 sq ft of space with 3 separate and distinct showrooms under one roof. Their selection of vintage items covers a broad selection of price points to accommodate every budget, from the college student to the most selective designer. They are now proud to represent the products of such premier manufacturers as Kartell, Alessi, Moooi, Magis, Modernica, Cherner and Verpan. In addition, their website (http://www.modlivin.com) sells to customers world-wide offering designs of such contemporary icons as Vernor Panton, Arne Jacobsen, Charles and Ray Eames and George Nelson. Erick and Jill have also enjoyed working in tandem on projects for the Denver University School of Film, the Art Institute of Colorado, and the Westwood Design Collaborative. Through these and other contacts, they have branched out to participate in such media productions as Design on a Dime, Extreme Makeover/Home Edition and MTV's Real World. In the Spring of 2007, Mod Livin' Studio began providing services in the community incorporating residential and commercial design. Their talented staff offers an affordable resource for the procurement and placement of the best that the mid-century genre has to provide. Their continued growth remains focused on quality customer service and product support. Whether shopping on-line or wandering through the showrooms, the fun and laid-back atmosphere draws a loyal contingency of customers back again and again...
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