Plunkett Fleeson Interiors

Making interior design a reality


Plunkett Fleeson Interiors is a professionally interior designer's workroom providing custom upholstery, custom window treatments and custom furniture. All work is done in our workroom by our highly trained staff and installed by our own, in house, installers. No detail is left to chance. 




Our Mission

Since the conception of Plunkett Fleeson Interiors we have strived for the most custom works possible. Attention to detail and scrupulous work ethics combine for a one of a kind experience for the most distinguished of clients. We find fulfillment in the creation and bringing to life the conceptual designs that are only limited by your mind.

The History Of Plunkett Fleeson

Working in the shadows of Plunkett Fleeson himself who is enshrined in the Smithsonian, we carry on the tradition of quality. Plunkett Fleeson himself was the first established interior design workroom and store in Philadelphia and arguably the country. George Washington's tents were attributed to him and it had been assumed that the marquee pieces (tents) displayed at Valley Forge, Colonial, and the Smithsonian were those made early in the Revolution by Plunkett Fleeson, the Philadelphia upholsterer and merchant. If this were true, the Fleeson marquees could have been those used at Valley Forge during the encampment.

In the autumn of 1775, Colonel Joseph Reed placed an order for His Excellency, George Washington, with Plunkett Fleeson. The bill from Fleeson, dated May 11th, 1776 itemized all the materials needed to make the tents, including 52 Yds red stripe ticken.

And so we strive to create history of our own for our clients and one day be enshrined in the Smithsonian!

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