Sunday, June 19, 2011

JA Design Studio: Plumwich Collection

 Meg and I have been admirers of JA Design Studio's products ever since we saw this article in the May issue of Traditional Home back in 2008.

To read this article, go here

"The Swedish designer, Janet A. Fernandez, is the artist behind J.A. Design Studio. Born in Landskrona, Sweden, Janet moved to Rome, where she lived for over 20 years. In Italy, she studied design and started her career as an interior designer.  Much of the inspiration for her work comes from her Swedish heritage and Italian background." 

No wonder we like her products!

JA Design Studio's hand painted fabrics, pillows, bedding, and table cloths are exquisite. And their designs are so delicate and unique. Here are a few examples of their gorgeous products.

These hand painted patterns can be applied to a variety of backgrounds including linen, silk, cotton, and velvet. And their bedding is made of either 100% silk taffeta and 100% Egyptian cotton 600 thread count. We love the fact that everything is customizable in their bedding and pillow lines, i.e. they can print any pattern/color combo that you see online! 
The same is true with their table cloths. If you see a table cloth print that you would love to have as draperies, for example, this company can produce it!  First you select which ground you want (linen, cotton, velvet, or silk), next you pick your pattern. 

Most recently, JA Design Studio has introduced a "to the trade only" fabric by the yard line, Plumwich, as seen on page 30 in this month's Traditional Home.


All Plumwich fabrics are printed on 100% Belgium linen, are hand-screened, and can be custom-colored for an additional matching fee.  Here are some examples of their new line:

 To see the entire Plumwich collection be sure to go here.
JA Design Studio is truly an amazing company. Go to for more information on all of their products.

So who wants one of these gorgeous patterns for their home???

For pricing and further inquires about their products, please contact us at 

Images: 1-2) Traditional Home, all other images courtesy of