Posts tagged ‘Donghia’

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.


January 18, 2013

LULU DK @ Design SF!


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.


September 25, 2012

Donghia/Rubelli Invite You to Celebrate

August 23, 2012

You are Invited

August 2, 2012

LULU DK’s Eden Collection

Donghia, Inc
SFDC Galleria #144

LULU DK’s Eden Collection at Donghia, Inc is steeped in the intricacies of nature and the beautiful nuances of what it has to offer.  The company was born through the artistry and inspiration of Lulu deKwiatkowski’s hand-drawn prints, and the Eden Collection, more than ever, captures the precision and brilliance of her work, as each design is a true piece of unique, original art.  The line features twelve designs: six hand-drawn prints, three woven outdoors, and three solid linens.  Encompassing patterns both large and small-scale and both bold and subtle, there is a style and color for every taste, room, and scheme and an endless possibility to mix and match. 


July 17, 2012

Fabulous Forma

Donghia, Inc.
SFDC Galleria #144

Exhibited at Salone this year, Donghia launched the Forma Table. The root of conception for the Forma table is that of its Latin meaning; form, shape and beauty. The Forma table embodies each of these characteristics, all kept in mind during the design process. Developed to stand alone or fit together in different configurations, this modular occasional table is ideal for any application.

The Forma Table has a versatile design enhanced by the geometric shape base made of solid high luster satin brass & honed “Brown Antique” stone top. This is a stocked item.

Width: 22.5” (57 cm)
Depth: 19.5” (49 cm)
Honed “Brown Antique” stone top
Height: 17” (43 cm)

June 29, 2012

Big News from Maya Romanoff

Donghia, Inc.
SFDC Galleria #144

Announcing a new Summer launch, The Roger Thomas Collection for Maya Romanoff. Roger Thomas, EVP Design for Wynn Hotels, has worked closely with and been a family friend of Joyce & Maya for over a decade now. This year they finally decided to take the plunge and release a collaborative line of wallcoverings. The resulting products, Tremolo and Moon Lake, function as a beautiful balance between the fine art leanings of both Roger and Maya, and the pragmatic sensibilities of a designer who works primarily in high traffic Vegas Hotels, and the largest manufacturer of handmade wallcoverings in North America.

When Roger was presenting the line at NeoCon two weeks ago, he spoke about how he wanted these products to celebrate their own handmade-ness. They are not intended to side match, to have monolithic machine-made consistency, but to have each drop of wallcovering announce the craft that went into it. The horizontal linear patterns on both materials emphasizes texture and scales a room to feel more “human.” Both Tremolo and Moon Lake are hand-crafted in their Chicago studio.  Maya Romanoff is carried at Donghia, Inc. in the SFDC Galleria, #144.

April 4, 2012

Brentano’s Spring 2012 Collection


Donghia, Inc.
SFDC Galleria #144 

When the Brentano sales team said clients were seeking a sophisticated and graphic outdoor upholstery, the Design Studio decided to rework their successful pattern, Dahlia. They knew they would need to alter the weave to create a textile that could stand up to the elements, and as a color leader, they are always aware of the necessity of offering both classic hues and fresh shades. 

In response to these requests, Brentano created Zinnia, an outdoor upholstery that maintains the Japanese stencil-inspired, botanical pattern of Dahlia but re-imagines the weave for outdoor requirements and re-colors it to create fresh options perfect for outdoor applications. Woven from 100% high energy-dyed polyester, Zinnia meets contract performance standards at 30,000 double rubs (Wyzenbeek).  It also offers strong lightfastness and has both Teflon and antibacterial finishes.  Available in 9 colors ranging from classic neutrals, like Dreamland and Aztec, to the established blue of Art Deco, to the bold and fun Sunbow and Peppermint Stick.

February 16, 2012

A Walking Tour of Paris? Oui Oui!


Donghia, Inc.
SFDC Galleria #144

Bonjour! Take a tour through Paris’ Design District with Crans Baldwin of Donghia and Ludovic Darricau of Elitis. Editor at Large contributor, Jessica Romm, joins the duo down the Boulevard St. Germain for a special preview of the latest textile collections from Donghia, Rubelli, and Elitis for Spring 2012! Get a glimpse of what’s new, and join Crans and Ludovic on their tour from showroom to showroom as they highlight some of their favorite places along the way. 

 A Walking Tour of Paris’ Design District with Two Textile Titans (Part 1 of 2)


  (Part 2 of 2)

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