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Mid Mod Mom founder Beatriz Macias didn’t know thrifting existed until she moved stateside from her native Colombia, when she and her husband furnished their West Coast apartment with Salvation Army finds. These days, the former architect puts her discerning eye to use by rooting out mid-century wares and crafty masterpieces, each with its own distinct, art-inspired flair. From gooseneck lamps and drip-glazed stoneware to teak animal figurines and Marimekko-inspired textiles, the imaginative and exotic flavor of her first-class finds can’t be beat.
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Covered pot and lid with wood handle by Hanova of Pasadena, which produced enameled steel housewares in the 1960s and 1970s. Its signature finish treatment consists of enamel applied with splotches or bubbles. This pot’s exterior has 3 different enamels on its exterior and a solid aqua enamel interior. This gently used vintage product is in good condition; 3 chips to interior enamel.
Hand wash, dry promptly.
Hanova of Pasadena
Purple, Blue, Green
L 16.50” W 10” H 4.25”
Mid Mod Mom
Trained as an architect, artist, teacher, interior designer, photographer, and retail seller, Beatriz Macias is a jack of all trades—and the mastermind behind Mid Mod Mom. As head of this Southern California-based vintage shop, the Colombian native puts her many talents to use by uncovering neglected treasures, with a soft spot for mid-century modern design.