MODIST is a labor of love, run by a Los Angeles-based interior designer and artist wild over mid-century modern design. According to the seller…
We’re here to spread the eco-friendly, mid-century modern love, one tote at a time!
We just love the use of iconic Herman Miller pieces on these totes!
Mid-century classic and modern designs on sale for 15% off. Choose from hundreds of fabrics and finishes to acquire a made-to-order, personalized piece. Celebrate our launch as an authorized Herman Miller dealer.
Click here for Herman Miller at Vastu.
November 26 – December 12
Store hours: Tu – Sat 11-7, Sun 12-5 (closed Mondays)
We are very excited to announce that the mid-century classic and modern designs of Herman Miller are now available here at Vastu! We can now offer our clients everything from the iconic Eames lounge chair and ottoman to the Noguchi table. And the best part, we offer free delivery to the DC metro area on all Herman Miller items!
Do you color coordinate your closet? Why not try color coding your bookshevles?! It is a great way to add visual interest to your shelves and your room, and a creative way to extend your color schemes to an unexpected place. Color coded bookshelves can act as artwork becuase it is so eye catching. Now how’s that for a color story?
This How Do You Vastu? entry was sent in by Soha Omar, a MFA candidate of interior design at GWU. Soha’s living room design scheme works so well due to the use of the complementary colors blue and orange. The gray, blue tone in the rug, table lamps, and artwork really help to make the vibrant orange color in the Steven Anthony Columbia Sofa stand out. Contrasting opposite colors in a design will always help to make your space more visually appealing. Sohas contemporary living room is a great example of this. Thank you Soha for showing us How You Vastu!