Modern Market - M2 Studio

Charles J. Neyrey & Sherrie Hope

Cheryl Gerber Photagraph

Charles J. Neyrey and Sherrie Hope combined their strengths and talents to establish two complementary businesses that work seamlessly together.

Hope, a member of the National Council for Interior Design, founded Modern Market. The 1,500-square-foot boutique showroom provides a curated collection of contemporary, fashionable and affordable modern furniture and accessories. It focuses on emerging design and ideas for creative living. It also rents, on a short-term basis, unique furniture and accessories for corporate events, parties and film shoots.

Charles J. Neyrey, founder of M2 Modern, is a member of the American Institute of Architects, bringing 15 years of experience and advanced knowledge of technology to each one of his projects. The architectural and interior design firm provides residential and commercial services.

The following questions are answered collaboratively by Hope and Neyrey.

How would you summarize your design philosophy?
“Just good design.” We are design-driven and solution-oriented. We believe in sustainable practices and progressive solutions that are innovative and inspiring. We understand that every client and project is unique, therefore we are relationship-focused, and we crave client collaboration to create custom-tailored and amazing environments.

Where do you get your inspiration?
We get our inspiration from fashion, industrial design, graphic design and branding ideas, film, photography, the natural environment and our travels.

What kinds of projects are in your future?
We are working on a new modern juice bar on Magazine Street and a multi-family renovation in the Warehouse District.


Modern Market | 3138C Magazine St.

896-2206 | modernmarketlifestyle.com


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