Posts tagged ‘beauty’

May 31, 2013

Coming Soon….

HINC
SFDC Galleria #315

Nancy-Corzine-eblast

April 2, 2013

The Lighting Collection

Ebanista
SFDC Galleria, #425

Bardot Chandelier

March 8, 2013

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Ebanista
SFDC Galleria #425

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February 28, 2013

Surround Yourself with Beauty . . .

Maya Romanoff
Donghia Inc., Galleria #144

Mother of Pearl Marquetry™
Mother of Pearl Marquetry tiles are composed of farmed, genuine seashells that are hand-inlaid in a classic pattern. The natural beauty of the shells is set off by the intricate inlay and baroque design. Offered in natural gold and white and four beautifully subtle colorations, hand-finishing allows for countless custom possibilities.

Java Jute™
Java Jute has a modern feel while utilizing ancient weaving techniques. Each strand of kenaf, a rapidly renewable reed, is hand dyed before it is woven on antique wooden looms—artfully crafting a surfacing material with subtle and fluid color variation.

Native Silk™ hand-painted vinyl
Native Silk retains the elegance of our popular Raw Silk wallcovering, with a greater depth of striation. Layers of reflective pigment are hand-painted on a subtly metallic ground, creating layers of texture and craft. Type II Vinyl with non-woven backing for durability and ease of installation.

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January 18, 2013

LULU DK @ Design SF!

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December 26, 2012

Joyce & Maya Romanoff: Recipients of the 2012 Visionaries Lifetime Achievement Award from the Museum of Arts & Design

Donghia, Inc.
SFDC Galleria #144

This year’s Visionaries! Gala and Awards Ceremony, held on Tuesday, November 27, honored designers and entrepreneurs Joyce and Maya Romanoff with the 2012 Visionary! Lifetime Achievement Award.  Joyce and Maya are leaders of innovative wall coverings and surfacing materials that bring great design into our daily lives.

David McFadden, Chief Curator at MAD, describes Joyce and Maya as true examples of all things visionary: “If I were to highlight two traits that serve as foundation stones for the Romanoff firm and for its extended family of employees, it would be boundless creativity and generosity of spirit. Maya and Joyce’s love of beauty is buttressed by their pursuit of quality in their production, and the integrity of their relationships with designers, craftsmen, and philanthropic institutions. They are respected and esteemed members of the MAD family and the Museum is thrilled to recognize their ongoing efforts to sustain the rich history of American artisan-made products.”

Shop Donghia in SFDC Galleria #144 and see the beauty for yourself.

 

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