Thursday, May 17, 2012

The Accessorized Home

A Dallas designer shopped Denver’s Wesco Fabrics’ showroom and warehouse for a stunning 1930’s Highland Park home design. The eclectic living room features traditional and Asian accents. The rustic wood floor lamp from Thailand adds an especially exotic touch.

The modern wood wall sculpture works perfectly in the family room.

The children’s play room features a zebra rug and a teak cabinet from Bali.

The entry showcases a beautiful recycled teak cabinet from Java, a vintage Chinese table, and a sunburst wood mirror.

Modern and exotic accents create a cozy nook next to the living room.

This young man enjoys reading on a carved teak bench from the Indonesian island of Madura.

A vintage Chinese console table.

The breakfast room displays a heavily carved panel from Burma over a Chinese cabinet.

An old Chinese console was converted to a sophisticated vanity with a sink from Kohler for the powder room.

For the master bedroom the designer used a Wesco Fabrics’ silk embroidery, True Blue, color Bronze, & a custom traverse rod from The Finial Company. An ancient oxcart wheel from Burma makes a stunning sculpture!

A rustic wood lamp sits on top of a colonial style cabinet of teak and bamboo in the guest room.

Twin mirrors framed with swirling shells add excitement to the dining room.

Our Wesco Fabrics’ showroom at the Denver Design District and the Forest Street warehouse are a treasure trove of exotic designer furniture and accessories. Two new containers are on the water with unique items from Thailand, Bali, & Burma!

1 comment :

  1. Very nice! I especially love the twin mirrors, I want a set.