About Lapidus Decor

Lapidus Decor in Long Branch, NJ

Lapidus Decor in Long Branch, NJ

Our Services

  • Custom interior decorating
  • In-home interior decorating consultation and shop-at-home service
  • Upholstery, shade, screen and storm window repair
  • In-store and in-home repair service available
  • Serving Monmouth, Ocean, and Middlesex counties
  • Draperies – Fabrics by Robert Allen, Kravet, Carole Fabrics, Duralee and many more.
  • Custom bed coverings and accessories including and not limited to duvet covers, comforters, quilted coverlets and bedspreads.
  • Interior shutters by Hunter Douglas made from wood, faux wood, hybrid, poly-satin, also by Norman (Sussex, Normandy, & Woodlore), Graber (Traditions & Aurora).
  • Roller Shades: energy-efficient solar screen.
  • Fabric and solar Roman shades in stock and custom made.
  • Custom upholstery
  • Custom table pads
  • Window screen & frame repairs
  • New screen frames

We’ve come a long way since 1946! From blinds and shades to a complete home decorating center, including window treatments (blinds and draperies), bedroom ensembles, upholstery and a complete design service.

After joining the business in 1982, daughter Holly introduced more of an interior design emphasis that included custom decorating, draperies, window treatments of all kinds, bedroom ensembles, shutters, custom fabrics and upholstery.

We’re still here, growing, improving and ready to serve your decorating needs. Come visit us today!

Since 1946

mobile venetian blinds

Seymour Lapidus started the business in 1946 in Red Bank, NJ, fixing venetian blinds as “The Mobile Venetian Blind Company.” In 1949, the business moved to Long Branch with a shop on Liberty Street. Then, after a time Uptown, Seymour opened the current location in 1974. Sales of blinds, shades and aluminum products characterized the business during that period. In 1982 Holly Lapidus joined her father in the business and now continues her father’s legacy.

New Jersey’s highly successful Urban Enterprise (UEZ) Program was enacted in 1983. As of October 2008, it is part of the Department of Community Affairs. The UEZ Program was created to foster an economic climate that revitalizes designated urban communities and stimulates their growth by encouraging businesses to develop and create private sector jobs through public and private investment.