David Bonk started his interior design career in 1980 at J. Robert Scott in Los Angeles. He then founded Surfaces Architectural Painting and thanks to this successful adventure, he decided to transfer his designs to wallcoverings, establishing his wallpaper studio in 1988 in San Francisco, under the name of Surfaces by David Bonk. This artisan workshop specializes in designing and producing high-quality, hand-painted wallcoverings for the interior design trade. Its collections feature innovative patterns and designs that go well with high-end commercial and residential decorative projects. At Inside Stores, we carry the complete collection of Surfaces by David Bonk wallpaper and wallcoverings. Please contact us for pricing or product information. Request a quote.
Surfaces by David Bonk wallcoverings have been used throughout the years in numerous department stores, deluxe hotels, and private residences. Its catalog features a large array of classic and contemporary patterns in diverse colorways and is available in showrooms in China, Hong Kong, Korea, and the USA. Many of the most sought-after designs show metallic or pearlescent finishes, adding a luxurious touch to many decorative projects. Surfaces by David Bonk catalog currently feature 6 vinyl collections and 51 hand-painted collections. Specialty items are made using different materials such as cork, mica, and silk. Its grasscloth collections are made using jute, paper weave, shimmer, and sisal.
The different techniques used to create Surfaces by David Bonk wallpapers varies according to the patterns to be used, some require hand-screening, some hand-gilding, and even applying hand-cutting masks. Most collections require applying diverse layers to the grounds, like texturized colors, metallic details, and the final sealing topcoat, thus creating original, beautiful, and long-lasting products. The company can also create custom designs according to customer needs, whether the project requires adjusting the scale or the color of an existing item or creating a new pattern from scratch, even translating the wallpapers to 20 oz type II vinyl for large commercial projects.
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