Artful Warehouse

A warehouse gets a bold, artful makeover.

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Architect Scott Strasser suggested gutting the building and exposing the industrial touches.

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.

The open space makes an ideal place to entertain.
The kitchen is placed in the center of the space, making it the perfect gathering place.

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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