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10 Best Seattle Window Treatment Contractors

  • 5100 S Dawson St, Seattle • Seward Park
    Liz Pearce - We used them for a house full of blinds and curtains. They go for quality but will work with you on budget. They also do a great job with custom shelving for closets.
    Laura - The SDS team did a great job! I have 12-foot ceilings in my living room, which means REALLY big windows. There was a fantastic array of shade fabrics to choose from, and the installation team did stellar work of getting them up there and working smoothly.
    recommended by Beach Blvd
  • 4739 1/2 Rainier Ave S, Seattle • Columbia City
    Michael Mattmiller - Great quality, good to support local business
    Sherri Monte - Jennifer is AMAZING!!! As an interior designer, we use her for all of our window treatments for our clients.

    She’s professional, personable + delivers a great product.

    You will love her! PROMISE!
  • 210 Nickerson St, Seattle • Queen Anne
    Sara Eizen - 2nd generation family owned, woman owned company - they KNOW window treatments!
    recommended by Beach Blvd
  • 2004 1st Ave, Seattle • Downtown
    Detlef Schrempf - We have used the the Shade Store, great place to work with-pricing is a little on the high end.
    Tatyana Sussex - We got glare-prevention shades in our living room. Sales person helpful, friendly, not pushy at all. Nice selection. We installed but they provided back up.
  • 3518 SW Genesee St, Seattle • West Seattle
    Elise Kloter - Absolutely call Budget Blinds of West Seattle. Consultant, designer and installer all in one. Plus they're a local family and give above and beyond customer service.
    recommended by Beach Blvd
  • 10115 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle • Greenwood
    Annie Cheng - We have used Anchor Blinds in the past and they are great to work with!
  • Seattle, WA • Downtown
    Laurel Buckner - We used 3-day blinds for some cordless ones and they were GREAT! Person came out, measured and suggested colors, showed samples, we ordered, they installed. They work great many, many years later!
  • 14102 NE 21st St, Bellevue
    Detlef Schrempf - Blind Alley is a great place to start when looking for blinds, they have all your basics covered.
  • 1829 40th Ave E, Seattle • Madison Park
    Shauna Swerland Youssefnia - I haven't used Mari personally but I have seen her work and she is amazing and I trust her personally so I will use her for sure on my next project
  • 145 Park Ave N, Renton
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