Dallas Decorators Showhouse Features Wayne Dalton Garage DoorsAug. 2, 2017
Wayne Dalton garage doors was featured in Traditional Home’s first-ever Dallas Decorators Showhouse. The approximately 8,000-square foot home brings together the biggest names in the building and design industry, including “Queen of Bling”
HGTV star Donna Moss, to realize their interpretations of classic Texas style. Four Contemporary Full View Aluminum Glass garage doors (Model 8850) from Wayne Dalton are used in the design. Among many unique architectural
details, the approximately 8,000-square foot Southlake, Texas, home features four Modern Glass Garage Doors 8850 to
maximize the home's sleek curb appeal.
Dallas is really emerging as an incredibly interesting and diverse design destination," said Traditional Home Editor in Chief Jill Wage. "We are thrilled to work alongside Donna Moss and the talented designers and sponsors on this highly anticipated event. The Dallas Decorators Showhouse explores the unique beauty and charm of luxury living in Southlake, Texas."
"The Dallas Decorators Showhouse is the perfect opportunity for us to showcase one of our most popular doors with our contribution of contemporary aluminum garage doors, which seamlessly complement the Showhouse's natural and stucco finishes," said Wayne Dalton Brand Manager Sarah Schram. "It's been almost 10 years since Dallas had a national designer showhouse, so we were thrilled to help bring this home to life."
The garage doors, installed by Wayne Dalton Circle of Excellence dealer, Trinity Hearth & Home, feature a black powder coated frame surrounding white laminated glass panes. By selecting the powder coated finish, these aluminum doors boast a protective barrier that provides added resistance to chipping, scratching, fading and wearing. The Model 8850 garage doors can be seen on the home's two separate two-car garages, for his and her parking.
A portion of proceeds from the Showhouse tours go to the nonprofit Alzheimer's Association of North Central Texas. The home will then be put on the market for sale. The house is located at 1235 Westwyck Ct, in Southlake.