Category Archives: Eco-Friendly
Energy Efficient Window Treatments are Featured in February

Winter is here with a season full of cold weather.  Insulating your home from the cold and preserving the heat with the correct window treatments can improve your home’s energy efficiency.   You can save money, conserve energy all while adding style to your home.  Select from our beautiful custom Roman Shades, Solar Shades, Cellular Shades […]

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Not Just Good, or Even Better // Our Shades are the Best!

The Shade Store was proud to join DIY Network’s new program Good, Better…Best hosted by Jeff Devlin during a home renovation in Pennsylvania. The Saving the Sunroom  Episode (DGBB-106H) follows a home makeover which included a sunroom in need of a major renovation.  As a key component to the renovation, the window treatments needed to […]

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“Hangin’ with Norm”

Coming up at the end January on This Old House, the show will head to Rhode Island to cover the renovation of a house in need of a big makeover.  The Shade Store is honored to be a part of This Old House’s classic renovation show.  One of our managing partners, Ian Gibbs, goes in front […]

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Woven Wood Shades + Wood Blinds // Sale Reminder

Just a little reminder about our Eco-Friendly December Sale.  Our custom Woven Wood Shades & Wood Blinds are on sale until the end of December!     The Shade Store’s Woven Wood Shades and Wood Blinds are natural design options for any stylish interior.  Save 10% + receive Free Shipping when ordering the finest environmentally […]

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Eco-Friendly Savings // Woven Wood Shades & Wood Blinds on Sale

The Shade Store’s Woven Wood Shades and Wood Blinds are natural design options for any stylish interior. Each window treatment is hand-made to the customers exact specifications, using the finest eco-friendly responsible materials available.     Woven Wood Shades are made from natural soft woods, including bamboo, grass, and reeds.  They are exquisitely constructed for […]

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