A residence in Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood receives a beautiful update from Pam Kelly, owner and chief designer of Denver’s PLK Designs.
The project mission was stylish and understated elegance with a lived-in comfortable ambiance. Pam combined upholstered furniture, family antiques, with Japanese antiques & accessories from the Wesco Fabrics’ Denver showroom.
The dining room sits two steps above the living room. Paint colors were selected with a masterly aplomb to flow beautifully from room to room.
French wicker chairs in the breakfast room.
Classic French cane back Bergere chairs definitely have that certain “je ne sais quoi.” The look is English & French country.
A tabletop tableau of favorite objects from travels include an antique silver Burmese betel nut container and hand painted marbles from Bali.
Isn’t this perfect for sipping a Tanqueray & tonic?
The morning sun shines through this east facing window. Pam had the artisans from Wesco Fabrics make all her custom window coverings. You can see why the owner’s dog & cat love this area!
Wesco Fabrics manufactured the treatment in the master bedroom. The fabric is a printed large floral check from Lee Jofa.
Pam’s creative touch transforms a former telephone alcove.
GREAT JOB PAM!