Archives for the month of: July, 2011
  1. Seattle
  2. Denver
  3. Minneapolis
  4. Philadelphia
  5. Troy, MI

Hello new design frontier! 

We are super excited to announce the addition of 5 new showrooms where Studio Bon Textiles can now be touched, colors can be matched and samples can be had!  Much thanks to our great partner and industry leader Schumacher & Co.!

(See our exciting updated distribution map below!)

This brings our showroom total to a bustling 17!! 

Much to our delight, we also recently entered Toronto and Montreal through our exciting new partnership with Canadian interior style source Y&Co.! click here to read more…

Below are pics of Studio Bon’s very own, Jackie, working away gathering and packaging samples, our life-line, to send to each new territory for handing out. This is no small feat, and one of, if not the most important, job we have! Showing potential clients what we do, and why our hand-prints are extra-special is uber important to us. And is imperative to the designers and architects who sell our fabrics to discerning home owners, hoteliers and restauranteurs!

Thanks to much planning and hard work, the new swinger panels, samples and goodies for showing our hand-printed line will arrive at each of the fabulous new markets this week!

So if you find yourself in or near Seattle, Minneapolis, Denver, Philadelphia or Troy, and you spot a Schumacher showroom…stop in and check out our new home! Oh, and tell them we sent you…

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Ah Vegas! Such a fun project- we simply had to share. Although it’s been years since I’ve been to Vegas myself,  thanks to the recently opened Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Hotel, Studio Bon Textiles are there in the middle of it all…!  A virtual smorgasbord of fabrics adorn the many booths throughout the cool restaurant, Jaleo, by restauranteur Jose Andres, within the hotel.

Check out our very own Scallop in Sun peeking over the edge of this cool booth! (above)

Love that austerity and whimsy coexist in this bull-head- adorned dining room! There’s Studio Bon’s pattern Richter in Scarlet next to the lime green stripe on the right. (below)

Another shot of this playfully patchworked dining space at the Cosmopolitan’s own Jaleo restaurant. See both our Knit in Sun and Scallop in Sun on the long cozy dining bench. (see below)

What a fun project to be part of! and how fun to enjoy such a wide range of projects and end-uses for our hand-printed textiles!

I must add, the TV commercials for the opening of the Cosmopolitan Hotel are a bit racy and a lot of fun! Ooh-la-la! As a former writer of ad campaigns myself, I can tell you that was one heck of a shoot! (And I thought my job was fun.) Check out the commercial here…


1.  Haines Chair, Jonathan Adler  2.  Stripedot in Fire, Studio Bon Textiles   3.  Sandal, Mochino  4.  Bench, Johnathan Adler  5.  Star Earrings, Barneys  6.  Mug, Crate and Barrel  7. Anchor Pillow, Design Public  8. SuperStar Bowl, Alessi

We are proud to annouce the winners of the Studio Bon Textiles photo contest! Receiving all the gorgeous project pics from around the country was beyond exciting. The crisp color pallettes, brilliant furniture choices, and amazing space plans were as thrilling as seeing our textiles in use. Serious fun! Needless to say, there were many many many (did we mention many?) great projects…which we plan to talk about and share images of in the weeks to come. We know you’ll love them as much as we (and surely the lucky home owners/hotel patrons) do. So keep your eyes peeled for more incredible work to come! And thank you for sharing your beautiful interiors with us!

1st place:

firm: ID810, New York
designer: Jessica Geller & Virginia Toledo

a few words from the designer: We used Ric Rac and Wired for a loft nursery shared by a baby boy and girl – the pool color was perfect for being gender neutral, and we even based the high gloss ceiling paint color off of pool.  We incorporated a very soft lavender/grey color on the crib and super plush area rug. We also chose Studio Bon because the patterns are youthful and fun, but not baby-ish, which is a must for us! 

2nd Place:

firm: Tripplehorn/Hoak Interiors, Dallas
designers: Ashley Tripplehorn & Dee Dee Hoak

a few words from the designer: We heard you were having a contest to showcase the creative uses for your amazing fabrics. We wanted to send you these photos of some Mies van der Rohe Brno Chairs we recovered…we get compliments on them all the time.

3rd Place:

firmSouth of Market/ Kay Douglass Interiors, Atlanta
designer: Kay Douglass

Honorable Mention:

firm: Sally Wheat Interiors, Houston
designer: Sally Wheat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Honorable Mention:
firm: Lotus Bleu, San Francisco
designer: Jeannie Fraise

a few words from the designer: This is the Studio Craft room designed by Jeannie Fraise of Lotus Bleu, featured in this years currently running Decorator Showcase House in San Francisco. The use of Studio Bon’s “oompa” in black for the Banquette nook cushions was a perfect play off the various use of circles and dots in the room, seen in the wallpaper illustration, pillow textiles, floor cushions, pendant light fixtures, postcard wall ring and vintage green clock. A place to inspire creativity with the use of a fresh color palette and vibrant pattern, this room is both for adult and child, a fun and joyous spot for artistic expression. 

Honorable Mention

firm: Koo De Kir, Boston
designer: Kristine Irving

a few words from the designer: We love studio bon fabric! here are some pictures of a boutique hotel we recently completed.
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Honorable Mention

firm: House of Honey, Los Angeles
designer: Tamara Honey

a few words from the designer:  …we are huge fans of Studio Bon at House of Honey! We were recently published in California Home & Design which featured a vintage cockfighting chair upholstered in Studio Bon Scallop!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Note: All winners will be contacted the week of July 5th, 2011 to make fabric selections and to collect prizes.