New Interior Design Firm on Park Ave

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SCOTCH PLAINS: Six Interior Designs, an interior design store located at 383 Park Avenue in downtown Scotch Plains, celebrated the Grand Opening of its new showroom on March 17th, when owner Joanne Ciasulli Robins and Mayor Nancy Malool shared ribbon cutting duties.

“To my knowledge, there has not been an interior design firm on Park Avenue,” said Mayor Malool.  “I was really glad to see this business decide to open here as it adds to the attraction of downtown to have a lot of variety of businesses.” 

Under the creative direction of Joanne Ciasulli Robins, a long-time area resident, Six Interior Designs has been known for its custom window treatments, fabulous drapery, unique slipcovers, upholstered furniture, flooring and custom bedding.  “Our fabric selection is quite beautiful and extensive, and reserved for our customers,” said Robins.

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Customers can come in and browse through the select line of fabric and wallpaper books, blinds, curtains, and hardware. They can see and feel the custom window treatments available from Hunter Douglas®, the stylish and traditional fabrics from international brands such as Michaels®, Kasmir®, JF Fabrics®, Stroheim® Fabicut® Maxwell®, Durlee, and the extraordinary wallpaper selection from Thibaut®, Anna French®, and York Wallcoverings®.

“The concept behind Six Interior Designs’ showroom store is to create a fabulous collection of the best brands available in one place, and to provide a one-stop shopping experience for our customers,” Robins explains. Her passion for design, and her clients’ enthusiasm for her work, had motivated her to research the ideal products to showcase – spending most of the past year in research and planning for her new showroom.

By offering a variety of special styles, this enables interior designer Robins’ to work closely with each customer - no matter the taste or the style. “We really offer every style from whimsical to traditional,” she added.  “I really work with the client to assist them in determining what their preferences are, what colors suit their lifestyle and my job is to bring it all together in the finished product.”

“We have a full staff of experienced and insured installers, and I can recommend contractors, and builders for all aspects of the design project,” Robins noted.  “I really have created one stop shopping and there really is no need to go anywhere else. That’s the beauty of working with a skilled interior designer with all the right resources.”

For more information, call Joanne Ciasulli Robins at 908.517.1121

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