Category Archives: Window Treatments
Benefits of Blackout Roller Blinds

  Roller blinds, also known as roller shades, are stylish, easy to use, and functional. If you are looking for a light blocking window treatment, blackout roller shades are an excellent choice.   Simple Design + Exceptional Functionality The simplicity of roller shades makes them extremely versatile. For starters, they can be mounted inside the […]

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Window Treatments for French Doors

  French doors are often pieces of art in their own right, providing a unique and attractive transition between two rooms. When paired with the right window treatments, French doors can become a focal point of any space. Capable of adding color, creating privacy, blocking out light, and enhancing the overall appearance, size, or shape […]

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Cordless Roman Shades: Certified Best for Kids

  When choosing window treatments for a child’s room, a home with young children, or a children’s building or facility, cord safety is an important consideration. As a family business, we take child safety very seriously at The Shade Store. All of our products adhere to the Child Safety Standards established by the U.S. Consumer […]

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Customized Fabric Roman Shades for Your Room’s Unique Design

  Choices, choices! Our Roman shades offer a huge variety of ways to customize your window treatments, with 6 styles, 400+ materials, linings, and decorative borders available.   To help with your decision making process, we’ll explain where you can find several different material types by referring to the categories on our Swatches page.   […]

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The Shade Store 101: Insulated Curtains

  Selecting a lining option is an important part of ordering custom drapes. Unlined drapes are made only of your fabric of choice, with no lining sewn to the back. This preserves the natural transparency of the material, and is perfect for sheer drapery. If you are looking for window treatments to decrease drafts or […]

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