Shade Store launches Sunbrella Ventana for custom window treatments
September 7, 2016,
PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – The Shade Store, a resource for custom window treatments, brings the performance of Sunbrella fabrics to consumers around the U.S. with the introduction of the Sunbrella Ventana collection, the first official Sunbrella window treatment launch.
“We understand that life can be messy, but that doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice style, quality, design or performance,” said Ian Gibbs, co-founder and creative director of The Shade Store. “We work closely with our customers to create custom window treatments that fit each individual’s lifestyle and offering Sunbrella performance fabrics allows us to provide even more options that stand up to busy family life.”
“As we design for the whole home, the appeal of Sunbrella for window treatments continues to grow,” said Benji Bagwell, business development manager, Glen Raven Custom Fabrics, the manufacturer of Sunbrella fabrics. “The fade-resistant qualities of Sunbrella are especially important for window treatments, which are subject to strong UV rays.”
The Sunbrella Ventana Collection will be offered at all of The Shade Store showrooms nationwide, as well as online at TheShadeStore.com. The Shade Store offers unlimited free swatches, rendering and design experts available to help plan custom window treatments along with a network of measure-and-install professionals around the country. All custom window treatments from The Shade Store are hand-crafted by skilled artisans in the USA and ship free in 10 days or less.
The Shade Store offering of Sunbrella Ventana fabrics will include:
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