Fabrics are our muse, and we take great pride in designing and fabricating custom window treatments, draperies, upholstery and so much more.
Our Dallas based workroom also offers blinds, shutters, motorized shades, custom bedding and table linens.
It starts with selecting the highest quality fabrics from mills around the world. Once chosen to become a part of an interior decor, we then embark on a journey of selecting the most appropriate linings, lengths, pleats, and other embellishments to achieve proper fullness, function, and protection of the fabric's integrity. We even go as far as dictating the thread types. Oh yes, it matters to us.
If you have an interior design vision for your business, we can make it happen. We offer a wide array of custom services to retail businesses. Our past clientele include high end department stores, salons, medical offices, and more. We understand and appreciate the need to project a particular image where style and quality are of the upmost importance.
92nd Street Design was born out of a simple idea - that home is a collection of all things beautiful to you. It’s a little bit of old, a few touches of new, and layers of love and personality in between.
For founder Katharine, this concept came from watching her mother decorate their Kansas home with family treasures, gifts from friends, and the occasional shopping trip finds. The result was magnificent - a happy home which laid the foundation for fond memories.
So what is 92nd Street? It was the street that little Katharine grew up on in Kansas. It’s where she learned the concept of home, it’s where she practiced decorating at an early age, and as a boutique name, it’s her destination to create beautiful and “happy” homes with wonderful memories for others.
Katharine loved design as a child, but never imagined the career possibilities. As such, she took a more "traditional" career path in finance and banking after college. Shortly after moving to Chicago, Katharine met her husband, Kareem and embarked on a journey to make curtains for their first apartment. She was hooked - the design possibilities were endless. Window treatments remained a hobby throughout her years in Chicago and later in New York City. Finally in 2004, she decided to pursue her dreams - and the company, now 92nd Street Design, was born.