Inside Modernica’s VIP Pre-Sale Gala

Here’s a peek behind the scenes of Modernica’s Insider’s Gala, which took place Thursday, May 16 – two days before our Factory Sale. Attendees got first look and first-pick on many of the products that were included in the sale, as well as drinks, music, and a chance to meet and greet with Modernica’s founders. If you didn’t hear about the Insider’s Gala, then sign up for our mailing list so you don’t miss out next time!



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This Week on Instagram

We saw a lot of @modernica tags over the weekend as Factory Sale goers uploaded their favorite shots of the event and their new purchases. We couldn’t resist posting some of our favorites:

Modernica Factory Sale 2013 Recap

If you missed our big Factory Sale on Saturday, here’s a recap of how it went, in photos:

It all started with a line… a very long one.  Modernica Factory Lining up for the Sale

Then, the floodgates opened! Modernica Customers

Molded Eames Chair Section Customers Shopping Modern Furniture

Shopping Modern Outdoor Products

Customers loved the “Make Your Own Chair” station.

Modernica Customers build their own chairs Customers making molded shell chairs Mid-Century Modern Chairs

And the Fiberglass Shell Chair Factory!

Customers watch Modernica chair production

Our Favorite Part: Happy Customers!

Mid-Century Modern Ceramics Happy Modernica Customers Modernica customers purchasing chairs Shopping modern furniture Mid-century modern chairs Modernica customers Modern Furniture Sale Case Study Storage Unit


We also loved seeing so many furry friends!

Modernica customers Modernica customers Pets at the Modernica Factory Sale Modernica customer pets There were also quite a few tiny shoppers, although not all of them seemed to enjoy themselves as much as their parents…

Modernica tiny customers Tiny customers Mis-Century Modern Seating Bored kids at the Modernica Factory Sale Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Planters Boy on Case Study Daybed Leaving the Modernica Factory Sale


There you have it!  A Factory Sale to remember! For those of you who made it out, let us know what you thought of the event in the comment section below. Did you enjoy it? Did you find everything you wanted? What can we improve on next time? Let us know!


Have Your Cake and Eat it too at the Factory Sale this Saturday!

As if there weren’t enough reasons to attend our Factory Sale this Saturday, we’ve searched out some of the best “mobile restaurants” in Los Angeles! Here are some of the delicious options you’ll have for eating as you spend the day shopping:

Deano’s Deli

Modernica Event Food Trucks

Deano’s Deli is an east-coast style deli on wheels. Deano’s provides made-to-order hoagies and an array of fresh sides.

According to customer reviews, “Deano’s Deli sandwiches are amazingly delicious.  We get food trucks coming to my work every day, but I tend to skip out on most of them.  But the one food truck I never skip out on is Deano’s Deli.  Their Italian sub reminds me a little bit of the subs I would get at my neighborhood deli back in NJ before I moved here to LA.  I highly recommend you check out their sandwiches.”

India Jones

Chow Truck Modernica Factory Sale

India Jones is a gourmet Indian street food truck serving up “frankies” and curry in LA & the west side. See what customers are saying about India Jones:

“I LOVE Indian food and there aren’t enough good Indian restaurants in my neck of the woods. I was just a few months fresh off a whirlwind trip to India and I had started feening something serious for quality Indian grub when I finally caught this truck. They delivered in spades.”

“Frankie was DELICIOUS. Flavorful, tender, easy to eat, and the curry had a nice spicy kick. The garlic nan was good but I’ll absolutely seek it out for the frankie whenever I see the truck next!”

Sweet Lucie’s

Modernica Sale Ice Cream Truck

We’d like to introduce you to the original, vintage ice cream truck of Los Angeles. The 1959 truck has been owned and operated in Los Angeles, CA as a functioning ice cream truck for over 20 years. Sweet Lucie’s serves handmade, super premium, old-fashioned ice cream and sorbets. They make all ice cream and sorbets in small batches with the finest USDA-organic-certified ingredients. Sweet Lucie’s is the first and only USDA-organic-certified ice cream in Southern California.

Free Parking, Local Delivery Rates and Will Call – Modernica Factory Sale ‘Need to Know Facts’

Delivery of Modernica Products

The good news is, parking is free at Modernica’s Factory Sale! However, local delivery of your items will not be a freebie. To help you plan ahead with your furniture purchases this weekend, we are providing some basic facts and local rates:


Orders not picked up by Sunday, May 19th will be delivered with a 50% Standard Delivery Upcharge Fee.


We’ll need to add on $15 per flight of stairs and there is a $100 purchase minimum. Prices are based on zones, zones are listed below.

  • Zone 1: Hollywood/Downtown: $100 Hollywood, Larchmont, Miracle Mile, Silver Lake, Mt. Washington, Echo Park, Glendale, Eagle Rock
  • Zone 2: San Fernando Valley: $125 North Hollywood, Universal Area, Studio City, Panorama, Encino, Reseda, Sherman Oaks
  • Zone 3: Valley: $130 Woodland Hills, West Hills, Tarzana, Agoura, Calabasas
  • Zone 4: San Gabrielle Valley: $125 Pasadena, Altadena, Monterey Park, Norwalk, Arcadia, West Covina, La Puente
  • Zone 5: West Los Angeles: $115 Westwood, Brentwood, UCLA Area, Santa Monica, Venice, LAX area, Marina Del Rey, Culver City
  • Zone 6: Beaches: $175 Malibu, Zuma, Redondo, Manhattan, Hermosa, El Segundo, Pacific Palisades
  • Zone 7: Ventura/Riverside County: $260 Ojai-Oxnard, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Riverside, Justo, Santa Barbara
  • Zone 8: Long Beach: $175 Carson, Lakewood
  • Zone 9: Orange County: $200 Laguna Beach

Modernica Showroom Hours from 5/16 – 5/18/13

  • Thursday May 16: 10am – 4pm
  • Friday May 17: 10am – 6pm
  • Saturday May 18: Closed