A fully curated custom window treatment service, The Shade Store is known for its high-end drapery, blinds, and—of course—shades of all types. Whether it's for windows in a traditional dining room, floor-to-ceiling treatments in an urban penthouse, or even colorful takes on kids' rooms, custom creations from The Shade Store are designed for every kind of project. See eight spaces where designers used unique treatments to amplify their work and add something extra to their clients' spaces.
Mitchell Channon Design used ripple fold curtains from The Shade Store to keep this morning room light and bright while still providing privacy.
Vibrant Roman shades in this bedroom by Allison Garcy Interiors perfectly match the color scheme of the space.
BD Home used inverted pleat drapes in Teague Zinc to add a pop of pattern to this transitional sitting room.
Robert Passal Interior & Architectural Design chose white drapes and black shades to stay true to this living room's elegant color story.
Minimalism makes for great views in this penthouse by Studio GILD, featuring tailored pleat drapery panels in ivory linen.
This relaxed corner of a Santa Ana master bedroom by IDF Studio features relaxed Roman shades in The Shade Store's raw silk fabric in silver.
Drapery can be used for more than just window treatments, of course. Here, Greenblott Design used gray drapery to create a closet divider for a boy's bedroom.
Also by Allison Garcy Interiors, this master bedroom in New York keeps the focus on the large balcony, with gray drapery by The Shade Store to either side of the floor-to-ceiling windows.