Locally, our focus will now be on buying and selling by appointment only. High-end items will be sold via the major auction houses, and Mid2Mod's online presence will be expanded, making more buying trips possible. Also in the plans is more participation in modernism shows across the country...something we couldn't easily do while operating a brick-and-mortar store.
Over the past year, we have seen an increase in national and international sales, and we have begun to locate more "Rago or Wright auction-quality" items, so we plan to follow those avenues and see where they lead. At the same time, we have been concerned about the fact that many of our original customers have been priced out of the loop, so we've made a decision to lower prices by eliminating the overhead of a retail space.
For the time being, we're operating out of 147 Manufacturing Street in Dallas while we negotiate for the perfect warehouse space. In the meantime, we have a series of huge Saturday sales planned. See the website for our already-reduced prices, and check back often, because the site will soon be redesigned. We think you're going to like what you see!
|Florence Knoll two-seater sofa|
Was $3250 - Now $1500
|Pair of walnut nightstands by Edward Wormley for Dunbar|
Was $1950 - Now $800
|Sheaf of Wheat coffee table with travertine top|
Was $1250 - Now $550
|Lounge chair by T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings|
Was $1750 - Now $550
|Brutalist style credenza/dresser|
Was $2500 - Now $500
Was $2200 - Now $750