Graphic printed roller shades have become increasingly more popular over the past few years, especially in schools and commercial applications. We wanted to share with you a recently completed installation of motorized graphic printed shades for a high school in New Jersey. As you can see from the below photos and video, the shades were …
We just completed a beautiful installation at the newly opened Central Kitchen in Englewood Cliffs NJ.
Scotch Holland Roller Blinds’ originated in the early 1700s. They were made from Holland linen, which came from the Netherlands. The fabric was first produced in Glasgow, Scotland, by James Louis Robertson and John King, hence the name ‘Scotch Holland.’
An all-day conference on Dynamic Facades: Architecture’s New Frontier may not be high on your “bucket list” but for DWF Contract it made perfect sense. It was a long day – but a fascinating look into the engineering and design that goes into modern building systems. Yes, window coverings are a system, just like HVAC …
Over the past two weeks we have had the pleasure of presentation at two of the biggest Architecture Firms in New York City; Gensler Architects and SBLM Architects. This was the first time our presentation was broadcasted via video conferencing to sister offices around the country. As you can see from the below picture, we …
Decorating with Fabric is pleased to offer its newest and most exciting brochure for download to date. Our brochure features many of our products offered as well as some amazing pictures from past projects. Please follow the link or click the picture to download the brochure now.
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We have completed some interesting commercial projects in Manhattan. I have created a map that highlights the names and locations below. Some of the highlights include:
We know what you were thinking – This can’t be legal! I’ll only take a quick peek!