Marla and I were discussing what makes Wesco Fabrics unique from our competitors. We have thousands of beautiful decorative fabrics, great custom hardware lines, as well as Hunter Douglas and Kirsch. One area differentiating us from other national wholesale suppliers is our custom workroom. Our seamstresses are simply superb! I like to call it “our village of artisans.” We have a “United Nations” of expert custom workroom team members. They come from all over Colorado, Texas, Hawaii, Macedonia, Mexico, Bosnia, and even Iraq via Jordan. We are very proud of their caring expertise whether working on a Wesco Fabrics pattern or a $500 per yard fabric from Lee Jofa!
Sanja and Joanne discuss an order for fabrication. For the past 40+ years with Wesco Fabrics, Joanne has helped designers across the country on their custom window covering projects.
Susie finds the best thread match for a custom drapery.
We are happy to have such experts!
A giant paisley pattern receives V.I.P treatment in the workroom.
Our new embroidery, Leonardslee, color Sky, from the Luxe Life Collection, is tabled for a giant mock-Roman.
Maja outline quilts our pattern Ravello, color Orchid.
Ulu works on a Roman shade.
Expert and caring hands finish a custom drapery.
Every day I go out in the custom workroom to see what projects are in the works. This morning I saw jobs going through for a customer of 35+ years from Illinois, as well as a young interior designer brand new in the business. The new client needed a lot of hand holding with our customer service team, while the experienced customer ordered everything on our Wesco Online program. We are here for everyone and care equally for each customer.
Locally in Denver, our showroom carries custom furniture from C.R. Laine and Bradington Young. Marla and I also travel extensively sourcing very unique furniture and accessories. Two new containers will hit the water for Denver any day!