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Meet Hector Tzarax, Anabel Rivera, Jessy Tzarax of Danish Modern L.A. in Silver Lake

Today we’d like to introduce you to Hector Tzarax, Anabel Rivera, Jessy Tzarax.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
With humble roots as a family project operated in the Golden State – Los Angeles, C.A., we began with a small-scale operation as visionaries who craved expansion. Later, those visions became a reality with the introduction of new members who believed in the project. Read More…

Big Design, Small Spaces

The Tiny home living trend has exploded. The reasons to adapt to a smaller abode include the want to spend money on other things rather than on a large house, having a traveling spirit and not wanting a lot of residential upkeep, and the desire to live a simpler minimalist lifestyle to appreciate the more important things in life. Read More…

How to Get Started in Interior Design

For nearly as long as we’ve had rooms to be in, there have been people who use their space to better express themselves or a particular idea. Read More…

Do It Yourself Home Staging

When viewing a prospective future home, it can be difficult to imagine your day-to-day life there if the rooms in the house are completely empty and wall barren. Read More…

L.A.’s Mid-Century Modern Masterpieces

Take a tour of L.A.’s mid-century masterworks of architecture and design.

by David A. Keeps,

At age 21, Jessy Tzarax is already a veteran vintage furniture dealer, having worked as a teen with his uncle at an antiques mall in the city of Orange. Happily, the knowledgeable entrepreneur recently moved to Los Angeles and opened Danish Modern L.A. in Silver Lake, where, he says, “most of my Craigslist buyers seemed to live.”

“Don’t let the store’s name fool you: Stock at Danish Modern L.A. includes antiques, Scandinavian designs, Hollywood Regency pieces and midcentury furniture by such American manufacturers as Widdicomb, Heywood-Wakefield and Glenn of California. Prices for the well-restored items are extremely reasonable. The reupholstered Danish sofa Tzarax is sitting on costs $895, and the tubular chrome and glass coffee table to his left is $250. The pair of white lacquered upholstered Chinoiserie ottomans that Tzarax made from side tables, to his right, are $450. See more after the jump.