Ken Fulk Collection For Pottery Barn

September 3, 2015

By Tab Byrum

“Design should inspire and make you
smile~ and it should never be a bore”
                                                              Ken Fulk

I was very excited on Wednesday when the new Pottery Barn catalog came and I was even more excited when I opened it saw all the wonderful stuff from San Francisco designer Ken Fulk. From the looks of this collection, I need to do some more research on Mr. Fulk and give him a post all to himself. Pottery Barn describes this collection as one “filled with wit, whimsy, and effortless elegance”, there are even pieces of the collection inspired by Fulk’s Golden Retrievers.

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Join me today as we take a look at the merchandise created by Ken Fulk and Pottery Barn and see how we can be inspired. Enjoy!!!

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I really like the Ken Fulk Admiral Bar Cart, I’m really getting into the new gold and brass look. 

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The Adjustable Canopy Frame Bed and Tailored Canopy are so beautiful, it’s lots of fabric but very masculine in the color and cut of the fabric.

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Beside that bed, you definitely need the Luggage Bedside Table, takes you back to the days of steamer trunks and glamour.

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Wouldn’t these Orange Laquer Boxes look great on that bedside table?

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The Admiral Chair brings in the brass/gold trend we are seeing in a very stylish way. 

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The Cast Elephant Bust and the Cast Giraffe Bust give you that Gentlemen’s Club feel without ever firing a shot. 

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The Zebra Carlisle Armchair would look great beneath the animal busts.

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The Ken Fulk Glass Chandelier would look great anywhere, from the entry to the dining room, love the black and brass combo and frosted glass. 

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The Retriever Andirons and Fireplace Tools are a nod to Fulk’s love for his Golden Retrievers. 

Great Job Mr. Fulk, keep up the beautiful work!!!!!

All images are courtesy of Pottery Barn and here.

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