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2012 

MJ DECORATORS WORKSHOP  516-599 3569 Three Swags across the top with two Jabots on each side of the treatment. Than I mounted two side panels that frame the window in a nice way. For privacy I used the Duette shades. An elegant look that makes this dinning room feel warm and welcoming. There is a...
04/30/2012
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04/24/2012
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04/23/2012
MJ Decorators Workshop  516-599 3569 WINDOW TREATMENTS, UPHOLSTERED WALLS, HEADBOARDS, CORNICES, BEDSPREADS, DECORATIVE PILLOWS. In this case I did not have to worry about privacy... The client did not want to block the light. As you can see I built an upholstered cornices across the top. Inside ...
04/23/2012
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04/22/2012
MJ DECORATORS WORKSHOP-516-599 3569         UPHOLSTERED HEADBOARDS Upholstered Walls, Headboards, Cornices and window treatments 516-599 3569 This Headboard was made without legs...It was mounted on the wall...It is very easy to remove and put back on... The way it is mounted to the wall is by u...
04/17/2012
MJ DECORATORS WORKSHOP - 516-599 3569       Window Treatments By Josh This room was twenty five feet long... I  built an Upholstered Cornice across the to and two Upholstered side pieces. Inside the Upholstered Cornice I installed Pinch Pleated Drapes.The Pinch Pleated Drapes were lined with have...
04/16/2012
MJ DECORATORS WORKSHOP  516-599 3569 HOME DECORATING: WINDOW TREATMENTS, UPHOLSTERED WALLS, HEADBOARDS, CORNICES, BEDSPREAD. Window treatment An upholstered valance with stationary panels and tie backs. it was done in a girl's room.I had to make a template to fit in a triangular ceiling.The mount...
04/11/2012
MJ DECORATORS WORKSHOP- specializing in WALL UPHOLSTERY,WINDOW TREATMENTS, UPHOLSTERED HEADBOARDS.          Joshua Zargari -516-599 3569 Long Island, New York.
04/10/2012
MJ Decorators Workshop  516-599 3569 Specializing in Wall Upholstery. This job was done in a catering hall in New York.  The walls were covered with one inch thick of sound absorbent panels.  Over the panels I had installed a half inch flame retardant Dacron padding.  The third step was to apply ...
04/02/2012
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