new: studio bon online

a big congratulations to designer bonnee sharp at studio bon on her new website! designed by kate at three square design (who did the first d*s redesign and shop a few years back), bonnee’s new site showcases her incredible interior design projects, textile designs and pillow collection. the best part? you can buy bonnee’s fantastic pillows and fabrics online- no decorator or trade-contact required. fabrics range from around $90-$95 per yard (i’m think i’ll pick up a yard to do several small projects around the house) and pillows are $130-$140 each. click here to check out (and shop) bonnee’s full collection. also, if you missed our sneak peek into bonnee’s seriously incredible house, click here to check it out- it’s a textile-lover’s dream.

[stay tuned for two fantastic sneak peeks coming up at 12 and 1:30!]

  1. Kristan says:

    Whoa, I want my furniture to match, but I’m not sure about blending… Love the green pattern, though.

    Also LOVE the second, white room with the tree wallpaper and neat furniture!

  2. I love that tree on the wall; how crafty!

  3. Steph says:

    Pretty pillows!

  4. wow…love those rooms!! they did an amazing job.

  5. Janet says:

    Oooo, the black and white spots!!

  6. Melanie says:

    I would love to know how to make or get the tree and bird images. It looks as if it is all textile on the wall.

  7. Valentina says:

    very pretty and relaxant rooms!!

  8. Maritere says:

    the pillows are amazing! Though what really got my eye at first was the beautiful mural art; it looks like it’s got a texture to it, do you know if it was made out of fabric? Do you happen to know if Studiobon sells it as well?

  9. mimi says:

    even i want to know how to make that tree on the wall… has it been stuck on with cloth?

  10. marianne says:

    The tree is actually a design by Dutch Designer Inke Heiland. Her website shows more of her work.


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