Burlington’s HUNTER DOUGLAS SHOWCASE featuring Custom Drapes, Drapery, Curtains, California Shutters, Blinds and Shades
New to Burlington? Renovating?
Looking for a friendly, helpful business to help you choose the right window treatments for your home?
Window Treatments is all we do.
Our helpful, trained and experienced staff will show you the options. You may be interested in Drapery, California Shutters, a Hunter Douglas window fashion or another quality treatment. At Shades of Home you can be sure of one thing. We Listen. We ask the right questions. Only then will we make a recommendation.
Visit us today to see for yourself.
Hilary Barichello is our Window Covering Expert serving clients in Burlington, Waterdown, Dundas and Ancaster. Hilary utilizes skills, passion and experience in Interior Decorating to help clients redecorate their homes with Custom Shutters, Custom Drapes, Drapery, Curtains, Roman Shades, Sheers, Blinds and Shades.
Marie Iannace is the Principle Designer of Shades of Home – OAKVILLE and TORONTO SHOWROOM. Marie has been serving Burlington and Oakville and area for over 20 years helping clients attain their design goals in a thoughtful and professional style focusing primarily on Custom Drapes, Drapery, Curtains, California Shutters and other Functional Window Treatments and soft furnishings.
Full Range of Custom Window Treatments
Elite Window Fashions
1200 Speers Road
(Between 3rd and 4th Line)
Monday – Saturday
10 am – 5 pm
900 Caledonia Road
(One block north of Castlefield)
Monday to Saturday
10am – 5pm
Shades of Home Custom Window Coverings offer affordable custom window treatments. Our creative style is personality-driven by the clients style and ranges from classical to contemporary. Our focus and specialty is Custom Drapes, Drapery, Sheers, Curtains and Roman Shades to transform your space into a beautiful and intelligently planned window treatments.
Our goal is to offer a BETTER EXPERIENCE when shopping for window coverings for your home. Collaborating with our clients, explaining the differences between the huge selection of available window treatments that weren’t available the last time you purchased window treatments.
Come and visit any one of our showrooms and talk a Window Treatment Specialist today!
PS. CUSTOM DRAPERY, CURTAINS, SHEERS and ROMAN SHADES are what we LOVE!
In 1985 Shades of Home opened it’s first location. Back them the selection of window coverings was limited. Silhouette Window Shadings and Honeycomb Shades had just been introduced to the marketplace to rave reviews but Vertical Blinds and 1″ Aluminum Blinds were still the norm.
Since then the available options has exploded, leaving many homeowners overwhelmed and in need of professional advice.
Sunscreen Roller Shades have replaced Vertical Blinds, California Shutters have replaced 2″ Blinds, Silhouettes have replaced Custom Sheers and Full Drapery (Drapery and modern sheers are coming back!) and High Light shades are now replacing Silhouettes. And who knows what will be thought of in the future!
We have the experience. Window Treatments is all we do. We are Specialists, not a department in a big box store. We don’t carry just one or two brands of quality window coverings – we carry multiple brands – offering the best value, warranties and the perfect solution for you windows.
You want the Best!
After 30 years in business clients are still looking for a company who will listen, ask the right questions and offer suggestions for products that will add value to their home. We take the time to really understand your needs, your budget and only then do we offer solutions.
Contact us today for all you home improvement needs and find out why homeowners in Burlington and Oakville refer us to their friends and neighbors time and time again.
it’s simple to get started
- Call to book your Complimentary*In-Home Consultation
- Visit one of our showrooms
- Request a QUOTE
using our online form
*Call 1-877-927-8555 for details
1200 Speers Road, Oakville (Between 3rd & 4th Line)
Shop-at-Home (by appointment only)
900 Caledonia Road
(One Block N of Castlefield)