Hello!

First off let us welcome you to our first blog post! We are very excited to be sharing our new adventure with you.

We are Hauss Modern Showroom, a contemporary showroom opening up on the corner of Santa Fe and Louisiana Avenue in Denver, Colorado. This neighborhood is about to go through a major redevelopment and we are ecstatic to be an early part of it.

We will carry multiple different lines of appliances, cabinetry, hard and soft surfaces (solid and engineered hardwoods, tile, carpet), as well as door and cabinetry hardware, lighting, and plumbing.

Stay tuned for more information ranging from who we will carry to our opening date!

Thank you!

–  Hauss Modern Showroom

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Thank you Orlando for a great time at Design and Construction Week. Eric Weins, President of Hauss Modern Showroom and Weins Development, pictured with our Design Manager, Derek Reiff, and Weins Development’s Architectural Designer, Tony Quattrini. We look forward to bringing some of the great products and innovations we discovered this week back to the showroom to implement before the grand opening. Stay tuned! #kbis2018 #ibs2018 #orlando #denver #haussmodernshowroom #haussmodern #weinsdevelopment

New Instagram Post on @denverhaussmodern


We are out here at @kbis_official 2018 for the week learning about the upcoming trends and products. Stay tuned to see some of these products in our showroom! #kbis2018 #nkba #ibsorlando2018 #nahb #designconstructionweek #dcw

New Instagram Post on @denverhaussmodern


We are super excited to be installing our @canyoncreekcabinetco vignette! Starting of with the cooktop and warming drawer cabinet. Stay tuned for more pictures as it comes together. #haussmodernshowroom #haussmodern #kitchendesign #bathdesign #kitchenandbathdesign #nkba #canyoncreekcabinetcompany #canyoncreekcabinets #interiordesign #asid #customcabinets

New Instagram Post on @denverhaussmodern


In go more engineered hardwood floors at the showroom. This is @shawfloors Argonne Forest Oak in the Tower color. Wait until you see the other half. #denverhaussmodernshowroom #haussmodernshowroom #haussmodern #denver #showroom #interiordesign #kitchendesign #bathdesign #kitchenandbathdesign #asid #nkba #comingsoon #cantwaittoshareitwithyou #sharingiscaring

New Instagram Post on @denverhaussmodern


Sometimes you have to go bold or go home. Wait until you see the full wall in our conference room. It’s spectacular! Would you be brave enough to do an accent wall with this tile? #denverhaussmodernshowroom #haussmodernshowroom #haussmodern #denver #kitchendesign #bathdesign #kitchenandbathdesign #nkba #interiordesign #asid #comingsoon #staytuned

New Instagram Post on @denverhaussmodern


Thank you Canyon Creek Cabinet Company and Monroe for your hospitality. We had a great time learning all about your product and your company. We look forward to working with you and we can’t wait to share your amazing product with our clients. #denverhaussmodernshowroom #haussmodernshowroom #haussmodern #denver #canyoncreekcabinetcompany #canyoncreekcabinets #cccc #kitchendesign #bathdesign #kitchenandbathdesign #nkba #interiordesign #asid

Rose Gold and Brass: Trends? Or here to stay?

Good morning!

As we are putting together our final display order for all of our plumbing fixtures, I thought of a question I wanted to ask everyone.

In the showroom we are going to have an area where we will have around 20 bathroom faucets from Dawn and Kohler. While making selections of what we wanted to display, we picked a few that came in a polished chrome finish or a brushed nickel. But to add some interest, we thought we would add in some different finishes. So we’ve specified a couple of rose gold faucets and accessories, along with some brass fixtures. While we figure they aren’t for everybody, they will be eye candy and perhaps open people’s minds to doing something they regularly wouldn’t.

Right now everywhere you look you find rose gold and brass. From iPhones to Restoration Hardware, they are trending finishes right now. But the question is…are they just a trend, or here to stay?

If you think about it, brass was the number one choice for builders in the 1980s and 1990s, but then when the new millennium rolled around, they started going for more brushed metals and polished chrome. Personally I think they are here to stay, as they allow people to more expressive of their style in addition to their cabinetry and tile selections. Feel free to write your thoughts in the comments. Have a great Wednesday everybody!

-Derek

Photos Courtesy of:

Kohler 

Rose Gold Purist Tall

Restoration Hardware

Brass Faucet and Accessories

 

New Instagram Post on @denverhaussmodern


Tile is going into the bathroom vignettes. Herringbone vs. stacked. Which do you prefer??#denverhaussmodernshowroom #haussmodern #denver #interiordesign #kitchendesign #bathdesign #tile #herringbone #stacked #comingsoon #staytuned

New Instagram Post on @denverhaussmodern


Texture is on and painting has begun! It’s all coming together, we can’t wait to share our showroom with you! Stay tuned… #denverhaussmodernshowroom #haussmodern #denver #milehighcity #showroom #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #remodel #retail #tothetrade #lighting #appliances #cabinetry #plumbing #tile #hardsurfaces #softsurfaces #hardware #asid #nkba #hba

Fun and Funky Lighting

As I was looking through Interior Design magazine this morning, I came across this feature on eight new lighting products. They aren’t your typical table lamps or brass chandeliers either. These push the envelope of creative design and function. I have attached some pictures, but click the hyperlink above and check out the full article on Interior Design’s website.

Love how these look like exposed HVAC ducts. Photo courtesy of Interior Design.

This one reminds me of an upside down jellyfish. This one is less likely to sting you though. Photo courtesy of Interior Design.

P.s. Happy Friday everyone! Have a wonderful weekend!

 

-Derek