Home Decor: Computer technology, industrial printers and heavy machinery have turned the wallcovering and fabric industry into a redundant option of damask prints and blasé design. When it comes to pure design, hand sketched and handled from conception to production there are very few designers remaining that can be considered pioneers in the industry. Marcie Bronkar, the founder of Home Couture and Cloth and Paper, is one of them. After more than 20 years in the industry, and becoming the mastermind behind the home collections of leading designers such as Paloma Picasso, she has placed herself as one of the most sought after home collection designers in the country.
Marcie's most recent textile, Japonaise, was inspired from an antique document featuring a phoenix bird. This woven masterpiece is completely reversible, and available in six seductive colorways. Textiles of this significance and quality have made Marcie Bronkar a jewel in the industry, and have left us wanting more. Her latest work can be found in her Design Salon on Larchmont Boulevard in Los Angeles.