The Fall/Winter 2014 is of Oregon Home is featuring an article called " Meet the Designer". I am very happy to announce that one of them is me, John Thompson , designer. www.oregonhomemagazine.com. It will be out on the checkout stands starting this October and available until March 2015.
Here is a little teaser of photos that were not included in the article.
Native Oregonian, Bassist collage grad, and textile expert, John teaches at PCC. He naturally educates clients in quality products and good taste. With residential and commercial project in PNW, Nevada and Palm Desert, Clients range from first time home buyers to executives.
A former showroom manager, JTD has relationships you need as he combines vision and project management. Local tradesman, custom furniture builders, seamstresses and painters are invisibly supervised during each step with hand-drawn renderings of your new space. exciting first images . you can hold. Leading to the final works of art that surround you. The ones you can sit on, relax under and hug. Regardless of budget, talent and resources are nothing with you. Your inspiration and desire are priceless. Walk in by chance and bring you passion.
If home isn't an important part of your life now, it will be!
Monday, October 6, 2014
A few years ago, Clarence House fabrics came out with this crazy bird textile named Polly. I fell in love with it. I knew one day that I was going to use it in draperies or bedding. Some how this fabric had to be in somebody's home. This summer, a long time client of mine sold her forty acre horse ranch in Oregon and flew to Palm Desert for a vacation. Before she knew it she, three days later she bought a condo. She immediately had me fly down pick out paint colours and then she selected fabrics for her new home.
I thought of Polly from Clarence House. This beautiful hand screened linen was the perfect fabric for her bed skirt in the master bedroom.
I posted on my Facebook page about a month ago and the likes went Cuckoo for the birds.
I found the designer fabric in a Seattle showroom. It is to the design trade only. So you will have to go through me to get this or any of the wonderful fabrics that they have to offer.
The details of the bed skirt are all about the impeccable pattern matching sewn by my seamstress.
if you would like to see more of the design projects I have done visit my website www.johnthompsondesigner.com
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