Meet the team

My name is Jason and my wife's name is Melissa and we sell mid century modern furniture.  The mid-century modern furniture business is hard work but we love it.  We learn and overcome new challenges every day, meet amazing customers and make new friends.  Scandinavian furniture really gets us excited.  We buy furniture that we love and then we restore it.  It sounds easy but a lot of time, research and patience goes into restoring vintage furniture. 


Jason photographing a mid century modern dresser


Our entire home is our showroom.  We call it the "Live in Studio".  Every piece is for sale.  We love being able to use all the furniture in our home before it sells.  This really allow us to learn and enjoy interesting feature and the beautiful design each MCM piece offers.  When clients visit our live in studio they see a beautiful selection of Scandinavian furniture displayed throughout our entire home.  We really enjoy what we do and we hope that reflects in our work.



Melissa and I have very different strengths and we certainly feed off each other.  We think of ourselves as a team of 1+1 but in our case we are 11.  The power of number is vast but the trust you invest in someone is powerful.


Awarded with Masters honors by the Woodturners Guild of Ontario, Designer and sculptor Kade Bolger is well on his way to mastering sculptural carving techniques, and honing his artistic imagination. 

Kade’s wood carving education began with early carving sessions with his Irish grandfather.  Immediately sparks of interest in a trees unique features and the art behind beautiful wooden sculptures grew.

Kade connects with the wood.   His unique sculptural style focuses on the story that each piece of wood uniquely tells.  Kade examines, identifies and plans a working path to best highlight the main characteristics of the wood and then brings it to life in the form of functional sculptural art.  When you put everything aside and let your creative imagination take over only then can possibilities happen.

Each sculpture is finished with 100% food-safe, non-toxic, non-carcinogenic enduring finish.

Nanna Ditzel

Nanna Hauberg studied furniture design at the school of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen, where she met her husband Jorgen Ditzel, with whom she collaborated until his death in 1961.  She initially focused on design for small spaces and furniture (Below feature her freestanding writing desk) , but also designed jewellery for George Jensen in the 1950's.  Ditzel went on to also design metalware, tableware, and textiles.

Hanging Egg Chair designed by Nanna Ditzel

Hanging Egg Chair designed by Nanna Ditzel

Serge Mouille

Mouille trained as a silversmith at the school of Applied Arts in Paris, graduating in 1941.  The prototype three-armed standard lamp he designed in 1953 for Jacques Adnet was the first of many elegant lamps with adjustable metal shades he produced until 1962.  Mouille thought of his handmade lamps as art, like his work as a silversmith.