This week Sherle Wagner will be unveiling their new Dallas showroom, which it is not to be missed. Aesthetically, think Tate Museum- a highly industrial light filled space (18 sky lights), filled with serious works of art for the home. Sub-sectioned galleries will showcase vignettes of product representing the range of styles offered, from ornate to transitional to modern. There will also be a rotating pop-up art show. Here is a sneak peek of the showroom due to open later this week:
Split level water feature. Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Full house opening event– full of high heeled designers– sipping on Patron Magazine specialty cocktails? Perhaps they should hire a hot lifeguard to “man” the crowd…
In house design center-
I love how easy Sherle Wagner makes it for customers to
part with their money create sky’s-the-limit customized design for their homes. Mix and match pull out sink drawers pair with moveable faucet decks – merging any scenario- nothing left to the imagination. The showroom is brilliantly planned for architects and designers to work with clients.
A detail from one of the guest baths in the showroom, referred to as the Coco Chanel bathroom. You’ll have to go to the showroom to see the rest of it. Trust me, you will want to recreate this entire look in your own home.
The Sherle Wagner molecular fixtures that everyone asks about and searches the internet for- from the movie Mommy Dearest.
The other, more he-man inspired bath in the showroom, with lighting by Sherle Wagner.
Did you know that Sherle Wagner does more than bath fixtures? Lighting, linens, furniture, door hardware, cabinet hardware, tubs, sinks, and custom ANYTHING…. so plan to dream big. As they say in Texas, go big or go home.
This fireplace, and the mirror- also Sherle Wagner. Spoiler Alert: there’s more to see. So much more. If you are in Dallas this week, come to the opening:
See you there?