Friday, 08 May 2015 / Published in Blog

The red carpet was rolled out and the mood was set for Atlanta’s top lifestyle bloggers, real estate agents and interior designers who, along with over 400 eager and curious guests came together in Buckhead last night (or whenever) for Modani’s open house event.

Home Improvement was the theme of the evening and those who came to explore and be inspired by exciting design concepts in home furnishing were not disappointed! 

Entertainment was provided, hors d’oeuvres were served and the wine flowed all night from Enomatic’s Elite 4 bottle, Smart and 2 bottle Enoliving wine dispensing systems! The guests were able to browse all the latest – sometimes over the top – designs in home, office and garden furniture at their leisure.

The atmosphere at Modani was relaxed and convivial, the guests were entertained by music from the DJ and staff mingled among the throng tempting the tastebuds with delicious nibbles, everybody loved the self serve Enomatic system for wine preservation and glasses were kept topped up all night long! 

The sleek and stylish design of the dispensers was in complete harmony with the contemporary and modern feel of the evening. No room for outmoded ideas here, everything (and everyone) at the show was thoroughly state of the art! 

Egypt Sherrod was on hand for a signing of her latest book Keep Calm It’s Just Real Estate, her guide to stress free home buying and of course, when the house is bought the next step is to furnish it! Imaginations can run wild with Modani’s attention grabbing creations but don’t worry, with wholesale prices 

you can  afford to indulge your home improvement ambitions! 

Of course, browsing exciting pieces of modern design is always thirsty work, happily Enomatic was never far away to replenish glasses (and spirits) and keep guests smiling all night long.

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Modani Furniture
3221 Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 841-5900

Website: Modani Furniture

Tuesday, 05 May 2015 / Published in Blog

Following last years trend for ‘hipster wine’ – (rare, odd or organic) the tide is definitely turning towards classic wine with a focus on soil and taste for 2015.

Our demand for ‘better’ wine is growing. We want to be educated by our wine, to know what it is and where it comes from. Sommeliers and consumers alike are seeking out wine with provenance and a personal story, choosing those which make most sense. This year will also see emerging wine regions from Greece, England and Brazil feature more prominently on wine lists. Discovering what we like and what we don’t like can be exciting, but also risky. Sampling wine in 1oz servings from Enomatic systems removes that uncertainty, allowing everyone to be more adventurous. Restaurants and wine bars take less of a gamble investing in lesser known varieties or regions and wine lovers can cross continents in a glass to find what’s right for them!