Luxury Staging Style

What do you get when you cross DWS furniture with a designer’s eye and a luxury home about to hit the market? A stunningly staged residence, and buyers lining up. Through our relationship with some of Denver’s most high-end realtors and designers, Design Wright Studios is able to play a crucial role in staging homes that tip into the luxury market.

“Such spaces tend to demand furniture with the right look and quality,” says DWS owner Mary Wright, “and that’s a need we can meet with our curated brands. The look we can create fits the aesthetic and the price point of these homes.”a pretty woman checks a wall of fabrics and artwork

Wright often teams up with designers like Angela Ireland, owner of Denver-based Angela Ireland Interiors,
on staging projects. From a designer’s perspective, working with DWS is a fantastic way to make sure spaces always look fresh.

“The thing about having access to Design Wright Studios is that it allows uniqueness,” Ireland says. “We’re able to pull from the studio’s true-to-type style and designs that are ever-changing. We’re collaborating to create a unique stage and design for a specific home.”

Exhibit A: suggesting the Southwest without the clichés

This stunner of a South Denver home, staged by A.I. Interiors with DWS furnishings, is styled with a sophisticated, yet subtle Santa Fe vibe inspired by lovely muted Southwest desert hues. Angela selected the elegant barely-pink sofa and dark coffee table to complement the layered rugs with similar hues in vaguely Southwest-inspired prints, all of which play off the room’s warm wooden architectural features and accents that are both textural and sculptural.

a Southwest-inspired living room with pale and earthy colors

It’s not cookie-cutter. And Mary is willing to go above and beyond with her knowledge and expertise; she’s always willing to help. We went on a whim with the sofa. And it makes the room.