Motorized Shades Firm Glamour Decorating Celebrates Three Decades In Business

Drapery and motorized shades manufactured in Brooklyn, NY are quality hand-made products, employing people from the local community and using American made materials whenever possible.

Richmond Hill NY, United States - September 17, 2019 / / —

Glamour Decorating is pleased to announce that the company has reached a milestone of more than thirty years in business, providing motorized shades and other window treatment products to residents of the area, as well as those in other parts of the country. Glamour Decorating is a family-owned and operated business which began its business as a wholesaler selling solely to the trade. However, in 2003, the company started selling to the public; and providing clients with a convenient shop-at-home service. For the last 15 years, clients have purchased custom draperies, panels, curtains, valances, window blinds, design vertical blinds, and motorized shades all from the comfort of their own home.

Glamour Decorating services NYC, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, Staten Island, New Jersey and beyond. The firm has shipped window treatments, shades, and blinds throughout the country and all over the world. Glamour Decorating was founded on the premise of providing a simple alternative to a traditionally trying shopping experience. Now it is easier than ever to customize shades, blinds, and window treatments that reflect personal style and preferences.

Further details are available at https://www.glamour-decorating.com

A spokesperson for the firm explained, “We are an exclusively curated custom window treatment service – bringing the finest to your windows and providing the high-end design assistance and support that can only come with three generations of expertise. Whether you are in a private residence, office, religious institution, hotel, or in a commercial setting, we have you covered – literally. Let Glamour Decorating manage every detail of your project, from inspiration to installation and beyond.

"Glamour Decorating takes pride in providing quality hand-made products," he continued, "employing people from our local community, and using American made materials whenever possible. When purchasing window treatments from Glamour Decorating, you can shop with confidence, knowing that you are dealing directly with the manufacturer. Our state-of-the-art workroom is located in Brooklyn, NY. This allows us to provide you with the very best shades, draperies, blinds, and window treatments at excellent prices with fast lead times!"

Further details are available at Glamour Decorating

Contact Info:
Name: Jonathan
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Organization: Glamour Decorating
Address: 110-17 Liberty Ave, South Richmond Hill, NY 11419, USA
Phone: (718) 444-4567
Website: https://www.glamour-decorating.com/

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