Products

May 6, 2024 High Point Market: Trends on the Rise

Our whole team jumped on a plane this year and saw the sights of High Point Spring Market in High Point, NC. We found new products, new vendors, new collaborations, and new trends on the rise and we are excited to report back all the

April 24, 2024 Mood Monthly: Chocolate Brown

We are reviving Mood Monthly today, to bring you inspiration from a trend we are seeing pop up recently: chocolate brown. Design is cyclical, and while you may be surprised at this color revival, we can say that the implementation of it in new spaces

March 9, 2021 Mood Monthly: Rust & Terracotta

    Today we're launching a new series, Mood Monthly, to bring you inspiration from a particular color, material, or shape, and adding in some pieces to help you get the look. Starting off, we're exploring a bold rust and clay color. We're going to love this

December 21, 2020 Holiday Gems in the Corridor! Shop Local ❤️

    We hope you're getting close to finishing off those Christmas lists, but if you still need a little last minute nudge in the right direction we are here to help you find some holiday gems! This time we are all about supporting local, highlighting some

December 11, 2020 Get The Look: Christmas Decor

    CHRISTMAS. Such a fun time to decorate our homes. Don't we all love a good styling session with wreaths, garlands, mantels, and trees while blasting Christmas tunes? Over the years some fun and distinct Christmas styles have emerged and we are here for it! We're

December 8, 2020 Quarantine Wellbeing | Part II

  We’re back at it with tips on maintaining your wellness during this (bizarre and uncertain) season. To recap, our first four tips were: 1. Ask yourself what is one thing you could do today to make life better or easier? 2. Turn an unused/underutilized space into a

December 1, 2020 Quarantine Wellbeing | Part I

  Hello internet! Elena here from the MODG Team to talk about wellness during this strange season. The COVID-19 pandemic has been going strong for most of the year at this point, and there aren’t any signs of it slowing down soon. Living in the era