Thursday, August 13, 2009

Wesco Updates Denver Showroom

During a visit to our Denver showroom last spring, Marla said, “ We need to spruce things up to make it easier for our showroom customers to do business with us!” Marla took her dream and made it a reality by acting as the general contractor on the project. She pulled it off very nicely.

Decorative fabric samples are set up by color and style.

A view of the fabric racks and displays of Paris Texas Hardware from our new showroom kitchen. Modern monkey wood stools grace the bar from our Wesco Import Collection.

Marla always wanted a kitchen for the showroom and it came out great.

Michele Cornell designed beautiful drapery top treatments and shade displays. It is very easy for the designer to visualize the many custom designs we produce in our workroom.

Black, metallic silvers and white were our display themes.

This contemporary treatment is one of my favorites. Style 818 Ruche Pleat Drapery- fabric: Wes Center of Gravity- Ivory, ruche fabric: Wes Twinkle- Sparkle, contrast fabric: Wes Face to Face- Sueded Buff

Hardware: Paris Texas Hardware Villiers Collection Smooth Wood Pole and Madelaine Finial, in Noir. Drapery: Style 819 Box Pleat with Sash and buttons- fabric: Wes Right of Way- Chocolate, sash fabric: Wes High Achiever- Hazel

Hardware: The Finial Company Reeded Wood Pole (225WWR) and Fluted Wood Rings (225RWR) in Satin Black (finish #103) and Finial (RD225) in Antique (finish #155). Drapery: Style #830 Inverted Box Pleat with sewn on buttons- fabric: Wes Maypole- Mist, banding fabric: Wes Play Time- Antique

We display The Finial Company custom hardware in its own exclusive area.

The Finial Company custom hardware displays.

A view of our furniture layouts. Wesco carries a number of custom furniture lines, such as Bradington-Young and C.R. Laine. We display our exclusive imports of exotic furniture and accessories as well. The green pots are from Burma. The painted chest in the foreground is from Mongolia.

We redesigned our vignettes for a cleaner and fresher look.

The sofa is by C.R. Laine. The end table is 20 million year old, polished petrified wood. At 300 pounds you don’t want to bang into it with your bare feet.

A trio of polished petrified wood tables are featured in this setting of Bradington-Young and C.R. Laine furniture.

This Bradington-Young sectional of buttery soft leather is amazingly comfortable.

A 19th century Japanese Kaidan Dansu, or step tansu, anchors a vignette of Asian antiques and Balinese stone carvings.

Marla loves the 19th century Chinese Guan Yin figure sitting on top of a Japanese tansu chest. Guan Yin is a bodhisattva associated with compassion and is venerated by East Asian Buddhists.

Our pillow corner.

Judi operates our numerous Hunter Douglas displays.

Judi Kovac (left), our showroom manager, with her assistant, Diane Marks.

A decidedly cool vignette.

We invite you to visit our Denver Design District Showroom. Our showroom manager, Judi Kovac and Diane Marks are pleased to assist you with your design projects.

“I hope to see you soon!”

1 comment :

  1. Thank you guys for a wonderful tour!!
    MG Meyering, Interiors By Design Jonesboro, AR

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