Welcome back to more High Point goodness! If you missed yesterday’s post you can go here.
Wesley Hall was another one of my favorites. I had the pleasure of meeting the company’s president, Zack Taylor, at the Design Bloggers Conference in Atlanta back in March and was so impressed with his enthusiasm! He was such a gracious host when we arrived at the showroom and spent quite a bit of time chatting with us about their product and their commitment to quality.
Again this Robert Allen print is making an appearance. Im loving that prints on sofas are coming back. Im not so sure how many will have the courage to embrace this in their own homes, but none the less it does make me smile! But I do know of a few designers who are already making this happen in their own homes! *cough* Meredith
Wesley Hall did not disappoint in the detail department either! Fun trims, contrast cording, nail heads, etc..
Loved this fabulous velvet pinstripe with detail tape on the bottom
Another showroom full of eye candy was Thibaut. They are now carrying fabulous custom furniture to go along with their fabrics and wall coverings. I have ordered several of their new fabric & wall covering books and can not wait to get them in! You can order directly through me if you are interested- email me at: email@example.com
There is so much lovely going on in this photo- the wallpaper, the navy zebra, the mirrors, lanterns, everything!
Great ottoman grouping:
One of the most exciting things Thibaut has introduced is their high performance wall coverings. Its the look of woven grasscloth but in vinyl – so not only do you get something thats wipeable (think kids baths) but the seams are easier to hide unlike real grasscloth. I tired to get a good close-up for you but the lighting was not the best. I will share more photos with you once I receive my sample books.
So I’m curious- would you, could you, have a patterned sofa in your home? Or do you prefer to bring in your prints and color in the form of pillows? What about a single stripe wingback?