About Our Store:
Cutting Corners Inc. Dallas is your one-stop shop decorative fabric outlet store. Founded in 1976, this family owned company continues to provide interior decorators, fashion designers and avid do-it-yourselfers with quality products, unbeatable prices, and excellent customer service.

While we do specialize in fabrics of every color and texture, that’s not all we have to offer. We carry a wide selection of pillow forms, as well as custom furniture products such as sofa, chair, ottoman and headboard frames. Additionally, we have everything you need to create beautiful window treatments for your home, including trim, tassels and hardware made of iron and wood. We are also proud to offer a beautiful line of quality area rugs, including traditional Persian styles, contemporary and shag, which compliment any home decor.

What makes us unique is that we avoid the middleman and skip excess mark-ups by buying directly from the mills. This allows you to buy quality products without paying astronomical prices. We also feel that your money should be spent on product, and product alone, which is why the appearance of our store remains humble, not flashy.

All items can be found in our retail store, with fabrics and rugs available for online purchase as well. Come in to browse our selections and feel the quality of what we have to offer and let an associate help you find exactly what you want for your home.

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