Ben B on Oct 10, 2016
The table I bought is a winner. Post purchase Communication could use some improvement, but overall very satisfied.
Bringing Classic Elements & Design From the Midwest
My father has always been a history buff. From my childhood and into early adulthood, most outings involved a history lesson: from museums and national parks to battlefields, etc. Coming from a military family we moved about every 18 months. This allowed us to see most of the United States (along with a few other countries) by the time I was an early adult.
Despite the constant moving, my childhood home was always filled with historic artifacts. This included my father's rare coin collection, Native American art & pottery, military memorabilia and Latin American pieces, along with pieces acquired living abroad in parts of Asia. While never properly curated in our living space, it was always exciting to me to be surrounded by such historical cultural objects.
The interest of collecting, owning, and preserving historic artifacts was certainly instilled in me from my father. While my interest may deter from his, the lessons he taught me are not lost. What started as a love affair to furnish my own home quickly spilled over into a small business. CoMod was established in the spring of 2010. With a slow start, this little side project quickly turned into a full-time endeavor by Sept. 2011. Since then, I have continued to grow the business by offering not just vintage furnishings but a small furniture line of my design.
The vintage side of the business offers home furnishing including mid-century modern, industrial, and primitive pieces. Most items are American made. I focus heavily on the purchase and restoration of Herman-Miller Eames pieces.
My furniture line has been inspired from updated mid-century design. Each piece visually celebrates mid-century inspired line and form. The materials are also consistent with classic mid-century modern design. This line is ever-growing and new pieces are added on a regular basis. The line is in collaboration with local woodworker Andy Werth.
At CoMod each piece is carefully selected. I only sell items that I would have in my own home. I strive to curate classic, historic and well designed pieces that will add value and pleasure to any home or office space.
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Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator
I am the owner/curator of CoMod. Started in 2010 in Columbia, MO. I studied at the University of Missouri and have since remained in this lovely college town.
Maker, Woodworking Assistant
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
All international orders ship via USPS Priority Mail. Customer is responsible for all duties and fees. Orders can take 2-5 weeks for delivery.
Orders are processed usually within 48 hrs. However please keep in mind that this entire shop is run by one person. Sometimes it can take up to a week. Please be patient.
Refunds and Exchanges
All packages are insured for their value. If damage does occur, the customer is only asked to provide a photo of the damage. Once the damage is determined, compensation will be given.