After reading about Dallas Textile Maven Bonnee Sharp’s home in DHome Magazine I fell in love with her style. Bonnee's cottage home is both charming and contemporary.
From the article: Things couldn’t be better for Bonnee Sharp. She and husband Marc Fuller are entertained daily by their 2-year-old daughter Georgia. Her business, Studio Bon Textiles, is booming. High-end textile supplier Schumacher will carry her designs in its New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston, and Dallas showrooms beginning in August. And she has loved being able to bring her style to the 1924 M Street cottage she and her family call home. “We’ve had a contrast with the structure and the style inside,” she says. “There’s a real push-pull juxtaposition that makes it interesting.”
The large, open living room is home to a vintage mirror, vintage Lee Industries chairs, and a coffee table and side tables they bought at a New York City flea market. The jute rug is from Crate & Barrel. Built-ins house a number of antiques the couple inherited mixed with contemporary items. photography by Terri Glanger The dining room boasts a pendant light by Le Klint. The Danish vintage table and chairs are by Poul Denisen—Sharp re-covered the chairs in bone leather. The curtain panels are “Oodles” by Studio Bon Textiles.photography by Terri Glanger The headboard in the guest bedroom was designed by Sharp.photography by Terri Glanger The kitchen is one of Bonnee Sharp’s favorite rooms. The breakfast nook has a pendant light from Le Klint, a framed wallpaper panel by Studio Printworks, and vintage chairs re-covered in black hide. The Roman shade and window seat are covered in Studio Bon fabrics.photography by Terri Glanger
Sharp re-covered this antique French chair in “Bellows” by Studio Bon Textiles, her line of fabrics. photography by Terri Glanger
From the issue of D Home May-June 2009