Above: The Robertson Reclaimed Wood Bathroom Vanity is crafted from salvaged lumber and is available in 10 different colors. It’s seen here in Fox Den Turquoise.
Above: Jami and Chris Stewart in their Canutillo studio and warehouse.
Below: Many of Fox Den Décor’s pieces reflect nature, bringing the outdoors in with natural finishes and organic shapes.
in the big design markets like California, Florida, and New York, where the majority of their designs ship. Jami says natural gray hues are “huge right now,” and industrial-inspired pieces that incorporate metal are also trending. Chris has noted a demand for scaled-down architectural and structural elements in furniture, such as modeling table legs after the X-shaped support beams often seen on bridges.
Overall, the Stewarts define their signature style as rustic, but with luxurious and refined touches that ensure natural wood imperfections are accents, not defects. Overall, the Stewarts define their signature style as rustic, but with luxurious and refined touches that ensure natural wood imperfections are accents, not defects. The final design visions, however, come down to the customers. “We have the ability to create exactly what the customer wants and ship it directly to their home with no assembly required,” Jami says. “We live and breathe to ensure our customers have that perfect final piece; otherwise, what’s the point?”
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