The Interiors Workroom, Inc

(256) 931-2577
workroom@otelco.net

Services Provided
Design for window treatments, bedding, upholstery, table linens. Fabrication of these treatments. Residential and Commercial.

Business Description
The Interiors Workroom is a soft goods workroom for custom furnishings. Products include window coverings & window hardware, bedding, slipcovers, upholstery, table linens, and more.
Location:
Arab, AL US 
Contact:
Kathleen Baker 
Type:
 
Address
1948 N. Brindlee Mountain Parkway,
Arab, Alabama,
United States, 35016 
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   Comment   April 8, 2014
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The Interiors Workroom, Inc
These are custom made. i work with your choice of fabrics.

Thanks!

Kathy
April 8, 2014 at 5:20pm   
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10 Things to Discuss With Your Contractor Before Work Starts

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     Comment   March 30, 2014
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JAN MOYER
"Any contractor that does not have any money (a bank account with money in it) to start a job, is not someone you want to do business with"Yes!! and he has no reason on the planet, to give it to a homeowner. ........Folks, this is true of homeowners too. I can tell you for fact, I will not order a scrap of anything for a client sans a deposit that covers my costs, UNLESS, despite plenty of "money in the bank" I am prepared to own that merchandise. Fabric, lamps, sofas, chairs, art whatever!. I know not one mindful/professional contractor or designer who will begin without a deposit in place. As with all in life, referrals and seeing work done by your choice of professional is key. Yes, people die, have accidents, get sick, houses burn, life happens. But mostly, good people do good work, your project happens to a thrill, responsible people pay their bills. Every possible thing in life carries an element of risk. At some point, you must research, verify and trust. It goes BOTH ways.
March 30, 2014 at 6:00am     
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