All the images in the catalog are interesting and reflect just enough Danish Modern/Modern Modern style that we could imagine incorporating some of the pieces into our own place. Walking through the showroom, though, the furniture seems almost predictable. Overall the showroom is on the sparse side (which is the style), so it's easy to take it all in quickly as opposed to West Elm's showroom which is really layered with different decorative elements. But, if you're looking for a sofa or a bed that's nicer than what you'd find at Ikea or West Elm and don't want to drop cash like you're shopping at DWR, then it's definitely worth taking a look. They also had a nice selection of modern accessories in the store along with a really fabulous orange hanging lamp.
You can view their entire catalog here.
Obviously they're doing something right in order to continue their showroom presence. Have you stopped in? Have you got anything to share with us? Have you bought anything? Have a rant or a rave?