How The Shade Company Can Help Interior Designers

How The Shade Company Can Help Interior Designers The Shade Company

23 Nov How The Shade Company Can Help Interior Designers

Are you an interior designer? If so, we’d love to team up with you to make your project easier and more manageable, and bring your client’s vision to life. While we do much of our work with homeowners, commercial spaces, and hotels, we also have years of experience working with interior designers, and consider them among our favorite clients.

So how can The Shade Company help you?

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For one, we can take over the entire window treatment process so you can focus on the larger and more pressing aspects of your project. We can:

Order swatches and bring them to your office or client site.
Make recommendations on the best window treatments for a home or building based on room usage, light filtering, eco-friendliness, motorization needs, and more.
Take all measurements and place all orders.
Offer custom-designed drapery services, and speciality window treatments for skylights and greenhouses.
Install window treatments according to your project timeline.
And almost anything in between.

We also offer a decade of expertise in designing and installing window treatments, and pride ourselves on the quality of our work and customer satisfaction. We’re licensed and insured, and our expert staff is made up of experienced, trained company employees (we never work with subcontractors), ensuring your work is getting done safely and professionally.

Last but not least, in addition to becoming your partner in the design of your client’s space, we also offer trade discounts to interior designers on all of our window treatment products you can ensure your project stays within budget.

To find out more about our work with interior designers, or to see a full catalogue of the products we offer, stop into one of our Manhattan showrooms at 419 Lafayette St. or 174 5th Ave., or drop us a line. We look forward to hearing about your project!