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Winter 2005 :: Download in PDF format

Mah-Jong

The newly exotic Jaima Brown Home Mah-Jong Collection was specifically named after the ancient Chinese game. One of the featured hand-painted designs called Mah-Jong was created from actual Asian antiques and artifacts. Beijing rice baskets, Chinese porcelain bowls, bamboo tea containers and an antique ivory Mah-Jong set were all used for inspiration in this unique pattern. Jaima is actually a collector of Mah-Jong sets and plays the game with her brothers and sisters during the holidays. The small ivory tiles are featured throughout the wallpaper design. A rendition of an actual Mah-Jong game box was added into the fabric design, evoking a touch of whimsy. Jaima always includes little surprises in her patterns. This is what makes JBH stand apart in the world of design.

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Spring 2005

Jaima in Florida

In March at the Celebration of Textiles event at the DCOTA Center in Ft. Lauderdale Jaima spoke at the WalFab Showroom. Her talk touched on creative ideas about how to use wallpapers and fabrics as well as historical facts on designs and window treatments. A lucky designer went home with the raffle prize, a Jaima Brown Home totebag.

Jaima is available for speaking engagements in your area. Please contact us or ask your representative for more information.

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Summer 2004

Who is Jaima (jay-ma)?

A lifelong dream has been fulfilled with the creation of the Jaima Brown Home brand. As a child, Jaima amused herself by finger painting familiar objects on bits of paper. When she was just six years old, one of these paintings took first prize at a local school. Over the years, she has been responsible for creating some of the best-selling wallpaper patterns and collections in the industry. With inspiration taken from world travel, architecture, museums, flea markets and gardens, technically and esthetically, Jaima Brown Home stands tall among the most revered of designer brands. Jaima’s collections also stand apart. Their distinction comes from the sense of joy that is appparent in each elegantly rendered pattern.

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