Denver Design District Finds

Here’s what’s new at a handful of the 40 showrooms. The center is open to the public, but most purchases need to be made through a designer.

ABSTRACT EXPRESSION The hide rug designed by Amy Lau is part of the Prisma collection for Kyle Bunting. In custom sizes, colors and shapes, it retailsfor $118 per square foot. Edelman Leather; 303-825-1277;


JOIN THE CLUB Designed by Austin Handler and Jennifer Mabley for Kravet, the Halsey club chair is crafted from cerused quarter-sawn white oak, starting at $5,625. 303-733-1891;


HIGH STYLE Mexican designer Alfonso Marinas’s Painted Villiers Armoire is made from hundreds of wood pieces layered onto a cabinet that sits on a metal base. $22,950. Chuck Wells & Associates, 303-744-8584;


SEEING THE LIGHT Paul Ferrante’s Ashcroft Floor Lamp was inspired by a rustic French country fixture. With a bleached distressed oak finish, it is $3,375 with shade. John Brooks, Inc., 303-698-9977;


IT’S ONLY NATURAL Hand-knotted rugs made of natural materials using sustainable practices include the Bricks design in non-dyed wool; color variation reflects the sheep’s fleece. 8 x 10 feet. $10,000. Organic Looms, 303-282-4444;


SILVER STREAK Bernhardt’s Barcelona Credenza is made of German silver applied over reclaimed teak. The technique involves hand finishing with sheets of silver. $7,665. Columbine Showroom, 303-722-4400;


EASY RIDER The Harry Rocking Stool from Kenneth Cobonpue is pure whimsy. Available in six colors, it is topped with microfiber strips and has a stainless-steel rocker. $940. Hoff Miller, Ltd., 303-698-0800;


FAUX FUN With its golden aluminum frame reminiscent of tree limbs, the Cypress Point collection chair by Tommy Bahama Home is upholstered in faux fur. $2,629. Lexington Home Brands, 303-733-5888;


Categories: Furnishings & Accessories