Philosophy

Karen Gilman of Finelines

Under the watchful eye of founder Karen Gilman, Finelines has become one of the most respected workrooms in the country. “For over twenty years we have produced window treatments, pillows and bedding of the highest caliber” says Karen.

Beginning with the initial consultation through completion of the finished product, the Finelines team works closely with the designer to accomplish their vision. Ranging from automated shades to traditional drapery, Finelines is committed to creating beautiful products that work.

Workroom

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Finelines’ 8000 square foot workroom is located just north of Boston in Peabody, Massachusetts. The company occupies a two story building, providing ample work space for production.

The first level houses offices and a large work area, complete with sewing stations, modular cutting tables and fabric storage racks that easily accommodate grand scale projects. The second level is divided into several areas where sewing specialists detail custom curtains, pillows and bedding– envisioned by the industry’s most celebrated interior designers.

Clientele

Finelines Clientele

Finelines is the premiere, full service, custom drapery workroom to the trade. Our completed projects include: the American Embassy in Paris, Augusta National Golf Club, and Boston’s XV Beacon. Residential projects have spanned the globe from Osaka, Japan and London, England to Honolulu, Hawaii.

Although our business is concentrated in Massachusetts, including the Cape and the Islands, we work extensively in Southern Florida, Manhattan and throughout the United States. Our client list includes many of the most respected Interior Designers, Architects and Builders. We specialize in working from the ground level to incorporate the best possible conditions for treating windows successfully. We are finished only when the client is happy.

Recognition

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Finelines work has been published in the pages of Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Elle Decor, Interiors Magazine, Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, New England Home, Design New England, Boston Home, ID Boston, Boston Common Magazine and more.
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