Lunch with Wesley Hall

San Antonio showroom: KBK To the Trade, hosted a lunch in welcoming the furniture and upholstery designer company Wesley Hall. To represent Wesley Hall, the President Zach Taylor and furniture designer Peter Jacob who did a wonderful acquainting and reacquainting the Wesley Hall culture that has inspired the company and designs.

Peter Jacob

The focal point of the presentation was to share the process behind the new designs that feature a classic yet contemporary element that Wesley Hall strives to provide for their clients. Since furniture and home aesthetic is such an investment and statement, Wesley Hall has proven to reflect large spectrum of tastes but sharing the common factor of quality, and effectiveness.

-to design furniture using notes of tradition tied in with cleanliness.
— Peter Jacob

The most recent designs by Peter Jacobs were inspired by menswear but keeping in mind for a room not to communicate too seriously. My first impression of the pieces and fabrics that he shared made me feel happy, they enabled a sense a unique freshness. Every piece reminded me of a different style, whether it be traditional, modern, or eccentric. But what intrigued me the most, regardless of the differing origin in appearance, it all looked so beautiful together. It seems eclectic, but with an actual purpose. When you take a closer look, there is a fluidity among the textures, color, and shape of the furniture which is one of my favorite characteristics of the designs.

The Social Sofa

The Social Sofa

The social sofa was a piece that I found so fascinating and smart. It has several aspects that really turn this piece into a story that many can relate to. The social sofa in other words is versatile. This is a great piece to use in front of a window without blocking the view or light, to be used as a lounge chair for 1 or 2, and to simply be used as a regular sofa, but not look like a regular sofa! This piece perfectly encaptures Wesley Hall and Peter Jacob; tradition with a  clean twist and quality. It says exactly this...

At Wesley Hall our goal is to create a line beyond what you have always trusted.
— Peter Jacob