Priding themselves on following age-old framing techniques, the artisans at Wesley Hall craft each and every piece by hand. This means each and every spring is hand-tied eight ways, upholstery patterns are cut to the standards of the finest couture tailor, and finishes are layered six to eight times to achieve the perfect patina.
In the Details
Whether it’s a decorative nail-head trim applied to an upholstered console table or the carved hardwood legs of a tufted ottoman, the smallest of details are never overlooked. “We do more banding, skirt bordering, contrast trimming, and complicated fabric combinations than most other companies,” says president Zack Taylor.
A settee you can lounge in? That’s exactly the point with this deep-seated luxe lounger. While the cut-velvet upholstery lends a slight reference to formality, the soft whitewashed finish tinted with a touch of silver means this piece will never be relegated to a formal foyer.