This is also a concept for a new decorating and design center in the New York City area. We are planning to first open the workroom part of the center towards mid to end of summer in time for all your holiday needs.
All sewers, decorators, crafters, and designers are invited to work for us and with us. We will be soliciting jobs from all the decorating professionals and the general public. We also would like to give sewing lessons and are interested in hiring anyone who would like to set up and teach classes. We will be hiring several sewers to work in the workroom and also will be renting time to outside sewers to use our workroom when there is time available.
We are planning to have at least one large 108″ x 108″ worktable for all the larger jobs and several extra upholstery sewing machines available for a minimal hourly rent. We also hope to purchase an inspection table for all fine Fabrics Store Brooklyn. We will have wall space in the workroom available for decorators to showcase your work at a nominal monthly fee.Once the Design Center project is completed decorators, designers, and crafters will have their own “room” to decorate in their style to showcase their work also for a nominal fee. We are also approaching all the major textile mills, converters, jobbers, and all other companies involved in the home decorating field to join with us and form a design center in the New York Area.
We have researched the leading furniture, textile, home decorating companies, and decorating professional and are approaching at least 100 or more each week. We have been approached by more than 100 companies from these mailings interested in our representing their products in our center.
We are looking for start-up capital to purchase the sample lines needed to show the products properly and professionally, pay any incidental expenses, phone, rent electric, and begin searching and setting up the building to showcase all the companies wishing to be involved. We are basing our design on the numerous design centers all across the country including the Brooklyn Design Center, The Indigo2ash center and the newest in New York but are adding the workroom/consignment element to draw an additional clientele that would not usually come in contact with this store.