Kim Chapman was the manager of Jayson Home & Garden’s custom design atelier until Flor moved into that space several months ago. She recently struck out on her own, with Urban Environments, an upscale window treatment, wallcovering, and upholstery shop in Lincoln Park, right next to Ethan Allen. Chapman, who represents HunterDouglas (whose white Roman shades are shown above) along with her own private-label collection, does every type of fabric-requiring job there is, including making custom dog beds. But her real talent lies in “creating modern drapery for urban spaces.”

-GINA BAZER

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Kim Chapman was the manager of Jayson Home & Garden’s custom design atelier until Flor moved into that space several months ago. She recently struck out on her own, with Urban Environments, an upscale window treatment, wallcovering, and upholstery shop in Lincoln Park, right next to Ethan Allen. Chapman, who represents HunterDouglas (whose white Roman shades are shown above) along with her own private-label collection, does every type of fabric-requiring job there is, including making custom dog beds. But her real talent lies in “creating modern drapery for urban spaces.”

Kim Chapman was the manager of Jayson Home & Garden’s custom design atelier until Flor moved into that space several months ago. She recently struck out on her own, with Urban Environments, an upscale window treatment, wallcovering, and upholstery shop in Lincoln Park, right next to Ethan Allen. Chapman, who represents HunterDouglas (whose white Roman shades are shown above) along with her own private-label collection, does every type of fabric-requiring job there is, including making custom dog beds. But her real talent lies in “creating modern drapery for urban spaces.”

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