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Welcome to the daily series In Search Of, where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today it’s all about “mod” goods and we’ve got loads of them.
The best definition of “mod” found online is “(esp. in the early 1960s) a young person of a subculture characterized by stylish dress, the riding of motor scooters, and a liking for soul music.” Now, that might be a bit too specific for Krrbie’s tastes, but here are a few mod and mod-inspired pieces we’re loving.
Plant Stand in Brooklyn, New York
This planter is made from ceramic pottery with a Brazilian walnut base. Its clean lines give it a mod look.
Find it on Coco’s Corner. $125.
Sofa Bed in Ossining, New York
The back support on this modern piece lays flat into a twin bed. The perfect convertible piece.
Find it on RidaaM?auto=format’s Corner. $300.
Howell Chair in Havre de Grace, Maryland
A basic mod chair has a wood back with a sturdy metal frame and original black Naugahyde seat.
Find it on JoRetro?auto=format’s Corner. CA $32.
Modern Pop Print in New York, New York
A homage to the classic Eames chair, this print is made for the admirer who perhaps can’t afford the original.
Find it on GuitarArtPrint’s Corner. $25.
Throw Pillow in Falls Church, Virginia
Big bold shapes are a sign of a mod design, and this pillow showcases the brightest of ideas.
Find it on J’s Corner. $35.
Litter Box in Brooklyn, New York
“Slightly used, but good condition, top loader, cat not included,” Lisa says of this mod cube litter box.
Find it on Lisa’s Corner. $100.