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Outfitter Stores

Address: 12821 Duncan Rd, Bldg 3, Suite C, Houston, Texas, 77066

Phone number: 800-535-0581

Blinds and Shutters
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Blinds and Shutters

Address: 5861 Katy St, Houston, Texas, 77007

Phone number: 281-932-1238

The Blinds & Shutters mobile shopping experience brings the showroom directly to your living room.

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Blackout Curtains

Address: 8527 Westmoreland, Suite 111, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55426

Phone number: 866-252-2568

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Designer Draperies

Address: 3903 Green Industrial Way, Chamblee, Georgia, 30341

Phone number: 888-458-4677

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Half Price Drapes

Address: 316 Stealth Court, Livermore, California, 94551

Phone number: 866-413-7273

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Village Workroom

Address: 33 Union St, Suite 10, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901

Phone number: 215-348-1585

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Linens4Less.com

Address: 3280 Sunrise Hwy, Unit 375, Wantagh, New York, 11793

Phone number: 800-292-7215

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Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Address: 90 Blueberry Rd, Portland, Maine, 04102

Phone number: 800-343-1144

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Decorating with Lace Outlet

Address: 28 Wilson Ave, Chalfont, Pennsylvania, 18914

Phone number: 877-663-3135

Decorating with Lace Outlet is a family run curtain retailer offering high quality curtains, drapes, tablecloths

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Rowley Company

Address: 230 Meek Rd, Gastonia, North Carolina, 28056

Phone number: 800-343-4542

Rowley sells a variety of supplies used to make curtains and draperies.

User Submitted Tips

  • I just bought some black out curtains for my son's bed room. His pediatrician recommended it because we are having sleep issues. I have to say it was the smartest purchase I have ever made. My son is sleeping longer and not waking as soon as the sun comes up. These curtains block 100% of light, which means a longer night sleep for our family. I thought that my son would be scared of the newfound darkness in his room, but his reaction to the curtains has been very positive.
  • If you are looking for a curtain to add style to your home, yet let in a lot of light, sheer curtains are the way to go. The variety of colors would compliment any décor and add character to your windows. If privacy is what you are looking for, steer clear of sheer curtains. I like to hang wooden blinds on my windows. Then I conceal the dullness of the blinds with a sheer curtain. When I need privacy, I simply close the blinds. The sheer curtains never need to be drawn because plenty of light shines right through. To make your windows look bigger, hang your curtains from ceiling to floor. Now go dress up your windows!
  • Living where the winters turn very cold, I have discovered the wonderful invention of thermal curtains. These warmer curtains have really helped out with our energy bills. I did a little research before buying the curtains, and found that that they can help raise the temperature in your home a few degrees-which every little bit helps. The curtains aren't much more expensive, and they have a special lining, so the top is still nice and decorative. As a person who is really "green" these days, I am trying to do all I can to help the environment, while saving money too. The thermal curtains are just one small way to help.
  • I would like to think of myself as a classy lady. So, when it comes to decorating, I always do it with style-including using drapes over curtains. Drapes offer so much more than regular curtains or valances. They are more formal, they can hang from floor to ceiling, and they offer privacy. But the best reason for buying drapes is the protection they provide for your furniture. Draperies are normally dark out the room. They protect furniture from the harsh rays of the sun. So, if you can't decide which to buy-I vote for draperies-classy and functional.
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