Posts tagged ‘silk’

June 3, 2013

Inspired by Nature

Stephanie Odegard Collection
SFDC Showplace, #330


April 24, 2013

Hand-made by Fortuny

Stephanie Odegard Collection
SFDC Showplace #330


April 4, 2013

Loro Piana

SFDC Galleria, #480


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.


September 25, 2012

Donghia/Rubelli Invite You to Celebrate

August 31, 2012

Enhancing Picture Frame Designs with Fabric – Fall into Fabrics

Thursday, September 6 at 12:30 PM
Wednesday, September 19 at 1:00 PM
SFDC Showplace, #403

Fabrics have long been used in picture framing to add sophistication and elegance in presenting art work. PaulRobert Porambo, award-winning sculptor, museum preparator, principal designer and Owner of Fine Art Services, Custom Picture Framers (Showplace, M-1), will demonstrate how the use of linen and silk elevate the art presented and add elegance to the setting. 

Healthy finger foods & light refreshments will be served. 


August 23, 2012

You are Invited

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