Sheila’s Decorating Moves Into Joe’s Fabric Warehouse Up the Block on Orchard Street

Posted on: September 11th, 2014 at 6:00 am by
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Sheila’s Decorating has been on the ropes since early spring, advertising a move that never seemed to transpire. It finally happened. Even though the 27-year-old Lower East Side business is vacating 68 Orchard Street, it’ll stick around.

Sheila’s is now shacking up with another neighborhood stalwart just up Orchard Street. Storefront signage indicates that they’ve found a new home with an old friend on the block. On the second floor of Joe’s Fabric Warehouse at 102 Orchard. Said address, which also includes Moscot in the ground level, now houses three of the area’s prominent legacy businesses.

Sheila Mark established her brand in 1977, but her first focus was a small wallpaper business. It eventually morphed into the current full-fledged interior design house that provided decorating services for both commercial and residential clients.

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