A warehouse gets a bold, artful makeover.
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Beverly and Wayne Gilbert, in the true spirit of Texas, like things big. And that includes their home — a 5,000-square-foot warehouse once used by a commercial glass company.
Wayne’s artwork is big, too, and the plywood walls of the old warehouse make a great place to display his oversized canvases. The large master bathroom is roomy enough to also serve as the grooming area for a spoiled pet parrot. The Gilberts' decorating concept is big, too. They used a stunning mix of color, texture and form. Architect Scott Strasser helped the couple convert this open space into a unique home that turns heads and leaves jaws dropped.
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