With the opening of Fort Wildfang in Portland upon us, it’s high time to share our contribution: the Plymonds marking the walls and holding some of Wildfang’s merch.
Photographs by Retail Design Blog.
Check out some of the awesome press Wildfang and the shop have been getting here and here. And check out the store at 1230 SE Grand Ave in Portland! It’s filled with awesome work from other Portlanders like Eric Trine and Mark Searcy too.
This class will be a vital stepping stone into the amazing world of upholstery. You will learn the basics of this art while fabricating your own foot stool from A-Z, a straightforward & simple process, giving you the necessary knowledge of how to give a make-over to an existing piece of furniture or give life to a totally new project.
Cutting, sewing, stuffing, assembling.
Scissors, staple pullers, sewing machine, take hammer, pneumatic stapler & nailer.
ALL MATERIALS PROVIDED BY The Good Mod!
Come hands free & leave with your very own unique foot stool
Optional: B.Y.O.F (Bring Your Own Fabric) for those of you who have a particular pattern or material in mind.
Instructors: Bill & Becky have been in the upholstery business since the late 70′s, expanding their expertise in 1984 to include auto,home & marine upholstery. A couple that’s passionate about what they do and willing to share their extensive knowledge of this art with you.
THE GOOD MOD IS HAVING A SALE!!!!
“OUT WITH THE OLD, AND IN WITH THE NEW”
Stop by THIS WEEKEND 8/10 and 8/11 from 11:00 to 3:00 for extreme discounts on:
MID CENTURY MODERN TREASURES
Not only are we selling old items in our freight, but check out all the new arrivals up on the 4th floor where THE GOOD MOD SHOWROOM AND SHOP ARE LOCATED! OPEN 11:00-6:00!
Tell your friends and make a day of it!
See you soon!
-The Good Mod Team
Please join us on August 1st to enjoy a musical & visual performance taking place in The Good Mod freight elevator on NW 13th between Burnside and Couch.
Starting around 7:30pm.
Analog & Digital music + Geometry Synthesis Video Projection
Presented by THE GOOD MOD
New arrivals to check out! Older items that we are DISCOUNTING! This weekend ONLY!
Stop by the showroom and we will show you the NEWNESS inside and show you the items that are on sale.
DISCOUNTED ITEMS THIS SATURDAY 7/27 and SUNDAY 7/28 ONLY!!!!!!!!!!! GET ‘EM WHILE IT’S HOT!
Discounts on TABLES / SOFAS / CHAIRS / STORAGE and possibly MORE! Check out our social media for sneak peaks! After Saturday and Sunday the prices will go back to their original price.
Eames side chairs $200-420
Lyon steel folding chairs (we have 41!) $75 each
Fiberglass ball chairs $200 each
USA map $175
Road bikes $250-400
Don’t miss out on our huge one-weekend-only sale of super cool stuff! We’ll be in The Good Mod Annex (the freight elevator) on 13th St between Burnside and Couch THIS WEEKEND with huge discounts on all kinds of rad decor for your home or office. There might even be some treats.
We’re super excited to host our first dinner club event here at the Good Mod on July 13th!
The Planetary Sculpture Supper Club
The Center for Genomic Gastronomy and Heather Julius of the Special Snowflake studio invite you to a 6-course experimental supper club for Portland’s beta-tasters, gastronauts & adventurous eaters.
The Planetary Sculpture Supper Club is an evening of art, research, food and stories that connect human food systems to the changing biosphere of planet Earth. The upcoming supper club event is scheduled for July 13th at 7pm, hosted at the Good Mod: 1313 W Burnside St, Portland, OR 97209. Tickets are available for $75.00 per diner, with drink pairings included.
Since 2011, the Planetary Sculpture Supper Club has been held in Europe, the U.S. and Asia. At each dinner food and storytelling are used to:
* map food controversies
* prototype alternative culinary futures
* and imagine a more just, biodiverse & beautiful food system.
On July 13th, the Planetary Sculpture Supper Club will dish out unusual cuisines and exciting conversations around topics such as the de-extinction debate, GMO wheat in Oregon’s fields and a national dish for Cascadia.
The Center For Genomic Gastronomy: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Good Mod is looking for a skilled and experienced upholsterer.
We would like to offer a space within our workshop/showroom for you to work in!
Bring mid-century modern pieces back to life with new upholstery and collaborate with custom design as well.
You would gain more experience, clientele, and have a prime location in the center of the pearl in downtown Portland.
The Good Mod Team has been re-organizing the workshop and as it turns out we have quite a bit of extra wood!
For those of you who are knee deep in a creative design project or just starting to come up with ideas, come and grab some material to work with.
Our friendly staff will lead you to the areas where you can sift through the wood and take what you want! We also have a freight elevator that makes it easy for loading up free material into your car.
See you soon!