Mount Kisco resident Elizabeth Calderone and her husband, Warren Cook opened TapeMeasure, a high-end, custom home-furnishings studio and workshop in a bright space opposite the Jacob Burns Film Center. The warm Scandinavian-feeling front studio portion of the space features light birch wood walls and fabric samples hung causally from wooden pegs. The rear workshop is staffed by two sewers and three or four experienced upholsterers/craftsmen. A significant portion of the shop’s business involves recovering heirloom, flea-market, and estate-sale finds. All work is custom and includes upholstery and reupholstery. Also offered are custom-designed window treatments (drapes, shades, curtains, valences, etc.), fabric headboards, and bedroom ensembles, including pillows, bolsters, shams, and bedding.