Archives for the month of: September, 2011

1. Dax Table, mitchell gold + bob williams  2. Sigg stainless lunchbox,  3. Futura Large Bowl, Jonathan Adler  4.  Scribe Writing Desk, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams  5. Blu Dot Watt floor lamp, Design Public  6.  Belle Sandal by Sigerson Morrison,  7. KC Satchel by Philip Lim, Neiman Marcus  8. Natasha Mirror, Oly Studio


So excited about beaing featured in House Beautiful this month! Pat Healing, of HB Home fame, has a beautiful color-forward project in this month’s House Beautiful beginning on page 128. Healing Barsanti, (the H & B) in HB Home  now has 5 stunning artfully curated retail design studio locations, and also takes on numerous private residential projects each year. The cover of House Beautiful this month is pulled from her soft lavender dining room!

I was flipping through and spotted a fun black and white pillow in the cool turqouise bedroom, and what do you know, it was our very own studio bon pattern Bang in Black. So fun! Love Pat’s bold sense of color, and her blending of vintage silhouettes with modern lines. HB Home, and their many talented designers, have  been loyal customers since our inception, and for that we are extremely grateful. Congrats to Pat and HB Home on a great cover and rainbow-bright  beautiful project!

Woo hoo! So excited about being featured in the brand-new, (early released this week) Design Sponge book, by Grace Bonney of famed blog designsponge. (BTW if you have even the slightest interest in design you must check this design mecca out.)Grace is one of my most admired and appreciated business women/design guru/ generous promoter of my business from-the-beginning heros! See our press history and the seed that started it all. Yep, Grace. She is truly interested in seeing other women, and folks in the design world, succeed, and does everything in her power to accompany them to the finish line.

When my collection was but a bud she saw something and decided to mention Studio Bon on… and that was the beginning. Long before distribution, customers, or any real brand. For a peek at the first press ever for the line click here.

So more than anything I am floored by and infinitely grateful for Grace Bonney’s generous spirit.

The book itself is truly beautiful with a hip metallic interior illustration on the cover and a freebie forward by homegood extraordinaire Jonathan Adler. If you are so inclined check out pages 54 and 55, (the cutest thing is definitely my daughter Georgia). There is even a pretty flower project on pg. 309, inspired by our pattern Popover from our green headboard featured on page 55.

If you love a new and beautiful coffee table book with accessible projects and fun design ideas, buy your own copy from Anthropologie here, from West Elm here,  or here from Barnes and Noble.