As we celebrate the Fourth of July this week, I thought I would share a couple videos showing the craftsmanship that goes into making our drapes, here in Phoenix, and the drapery hardware from one of our vendors in Los Angeles.
We are proud to say that for the past 15 years, our products are American made. From the person you speak with on the phone to place an order, to the person boxing up your order; everything is done right here in the USA.
DrapeStyle offers free fabric samples, so that you can view our luxurious fabrics in your own home. Please view our fabrics and your first $10 in fabric samples are free. If you have questions, please contact us, we are happy to help you determine the right length or width, or offer suggestions on fabrics, pleat styles and more.
We have been making custom draperies, Roman shades and pillows for 15 years. DrapeStyle custom makes everything right here in the USA by seamstresses who have an average of 25 years of experience. You won’t find better quality draperies anywhere. Please join us in the DrapeStyle experience, you will be pleased.
We thought it might be a good idea, as today is April 15th, to make a short entry regarding the dreaded subject of “Taxation”. Fortunately, for Customers of DrapeStyle and many other Internet Retailers, at least for the time-being, the news is good. As of today, DrapeStyle is only required to collect Sales Tax for online purchases which are being shipped to a California Address. This is because our DrapeStyle Business locations, or Nexus, are all based in California. So if you are lucky enough to be living outside of California, than No Sales Tax for you! For many of our Customers in states with high sales tax rates this can mean you are saving 6-10% on your order. No bad.
Unfortunately for all of us, the good news may not last for long. There are proposals being debated in Congress that, if ratified, would require that Internet Retailers begin collecting sales tax for sales transacted with residents in the States of Maryland and Hawaii. While these “State-Specific” Tax Changes may be the early adopters, the successful passage of such legislation would set the stage for a National Internet Sale Tax in the future.