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Swatching: Martyn Lawrence Bullard for Ann Sacks

Last May I met Martyn Lawrence Bullard at the Boston Design Center, where he was promoting his new fabric line for Schumacher (I blogged about it here.) In addition to another fabric collection for Schumacher, he has a new tile collection for Ann Sacks. Swatches from both collections, below.

Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s new tile collection for Ann Sacks

Ann Sacks Tiles By Martyn Lawrence Bullard

Martyn Lawrence Bullard For Ann Sacks Tiles

Martyn Lawrence Bullard For Ann Sacks Tiles

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“Mousharabia” inspired by carved wood latticework screens of Morocco

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“Eastern Promise” concrete tiles

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“Hermitage” mirrored glass tiles  

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Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s latest collection 
for F. Schumacher & Co.

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Theodore

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Delos

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Kerylos

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Shambala

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Baglioni

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Serpetti

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Swatching: Martyn Lawrence Bullard and Mary McDonald for Schumacher

Although I rarely have time to go to events, there was no way I was missing Martyn Lawrence Bullard‘s and Mary McDonald‘s visit to the Boston Design Center last Tuesday. I showered, dressed in J.Crew color block brights, and was on my way, Rizzoli books in hand to be signed. The occasion was to promote the designers’ new textile lines, Martyn Lawrence Bullard for Schumacher and Mary McDonald for Schumacher. They were absolutely charming (Martyn’s accent is too die for).

I’ve emailed several times with Mary and interviewed Martyn on the phone for stories. Both graciously insisted they remembered me. (Doubtful, but nice of them to say!) Mary said she knows my blog; that she recalls its cute and clever name. We are FB friends, so I suppose it’s possible. As I said, they were utterly charming. Must be hard to have to be so *on* with so many strangers at so many events.

I snapped a bunch of Instagram pics of the fabrics for you. I have more from MLB’s line than MM’s line because my iPhone/Instagram went on the fritz, likely from overuse. Ok, now here are the Schumacher Designer Collaborations.

Martyn Lawrence Bullard At Boston Design Center

Martyn Lawrence Bullard
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Mary McDonald At Boston Design Center Schumacher

Mary McDonald
Schumacher, Boston Design Center

Martyn Lawrence Bullard For Schumacher Textiles

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Mary McDonald For Schumacher Textiles

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Mary McDonald For Schumacher Textiles

Mary McDonald For Schumacher Textiles

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Mary McDonald For Schumacher Textiles

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Just In: Studio Bon Textiles

As much as I’d love to wander around design centers and attend market week in NYC, most of my work involves writing at home. So I’m thrilled when I’m alerted to new textiles and wall covering designs without having left my desk.

This morning. I got an email from Schumacher about Studio Bon.  I love, love, love it the fall collection. The line, created by designer Bonnee Sharp, debuted in 2008. The 34 item collection includes seven new patterns, all printed by hand with water-based pigments in the United States.

I often think fabrics are too fussy and fancy, or too loud, cutesy, or trendy. But these I could live with for a very long time. I just need to figure out where to fit them in.

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Bonnee Sharp

 Studio Bon fabrics are available exclusively in Schumacher showrooms.

 

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