Mark Naylon earned his B.F.A. in Furniture-Interior Design from SUNY–Buffalo, while apprenticing with a master furniture craftsman. In 2001, Mark moved to New York City and opened Modern Living Supplies, which quickly grew from a simple vintage shop to a full-service mid-century furniture destination featuring original pieces, restored furnishings and M|n, Mark’s own line of period-inspired creations with a timeless visage. Located in the historic Garfield building on the Lower East Side, Modern Living Supplies is an airy 1,500-square-foot bi-level showroom that attracts architects, designers and walk-in retail clients who appreciate the innovative work of mid-century modern designers including Milo Baughman, Paul McCobb and Edward Wormley. See more here.