Thursday, December 8, 2011

Shopping in the Wesco Fabrics showroom

For over 65 years interior designers have known us as a boutique supplier of decorative fabrics, custom hardware, and custom window coverings. It often comes as a surprise when designers and their clients visit our showroom at the Denver Design District and see our furniture and accessories from around the world! Let me take you on a tour of our showroom.

Hanging display fabrics include Positano, color Purple Haze, and Make a Discovery, color Raspberry.

We source the world for interesting accessories.

Designers love our selection of petrified wood tables. The chair is from C.R. Laine.

Bradington Young manufactures the finest leather furniture exclusively in Hickory, North Carolina.

At a stone carving village in Bali I found some fabulous statues!

Sophisticated leather chairs and tables have a cool retro feel.

Finial company hardware and a decorative valance are displayed above a blue washed table.

A great Deco inspired table along with some superb Wesco Fabrics’ samples.

Balinese furniture craftsmen are masters at using recycled teak and old carvings from the island of Madura.

19th century Japanese kiri wood Kannon biraki tansu chest.

An eclectic mix of decorative fabrics, furniture, and unique accessories.

Looking elegant behind a Korean chest and a Thai dancer is our fabric Gypsy Lore, color Old World. It is 100% silk organza with embroidered velvet paisley appliqu├ęs.

Lime colored ceramic stool is a definitely eye catcher.

And heads it is!

Love these carved boxes from Madura Island!

White lacquered Burmese offering containers are dramatic.

Judi, our showroom manager, works with her staff at a showroom reception.

Donna works with a client on custom furniture from Bradington Young & C.R. Laine.

We have designers from around the country drop in to see what we have. Nedzad puts the finishing touch on a shipment for a designer in Dallas.

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