Repurposed Designer Fabric

At Studio M, we repurpose designer fabric, memo samples, and discontinued display samples originating from the design-trade industry to create luxury pillows and other soft goods.

Holiday Bulb event at Studio Friday December 16th 3 - 5 PM


Leading the Industry

Studio M was founded by Molly Reinhardt. Her connections in the design industry gave her an opportunity to acquire designer refuse, the core for Studio M's products. We reuse landfill-potential materials from Denver Design Center showrooms, local designers, and upholstery studios. Originally started as a home-based business, the demand exploded and created a need for a studio now located back at the DDC.

Reducing Textile Waste

As a member of The Good Future Design Alliance, we are committed to reducing textile waste by over 50% across the industry. Through our combined efforts, we’ve rescued over 4,000 pounds of fabric from being thrown in the landfill. Buying from Studio M means doing your part in reducing textile waste, and we can't thank you enough for supporting the process.

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Creating Sustainable, Designer Products

Your soft goods do good. Instead of adding to the textile waste lifecycle, we source discontinued fabric samples and extra yardage from high-end manufacturers through showrooms, interior designers, and upholsterers to create and encourage sustainable, designer products that redefine the cyclical nature of life.


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Meet Molly, the woman behind Studio M

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545 South Broadway Street , Suite 300

Denver CO 80209


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