Boston is rich in American history - and it's also rich in architectural history. Its trademark Federal style can be seen throughout the city, from the Massachusetts State House and St. Stephen's Church to the stately mansions of Beacon Hill. But much like America itself, Boston architecture is a melting pot. In addition to Federal homes, there are well-preserved examples of Colonial, Italianate, Victorian, Cape Cod, Shingle, Second Empire, and other styles. Boston has countless classic homes, and custom blinds are a classic choice for window treatments.
The Best Choice for Blinds in Boston
Windows play a prominent role in Federal and other Boston architectural styles, and blinds are a beautiful and practical solution. Often, these windows have a grand scale, which can flood a home with light. Window blinds give you superior light control and UV protection and provide much-needed privacy as well as insulation. You can also create custom blinds from a variety of paint and stain colors, different slat sizes, and many attractive decorative options.
To find the perfect blinds near you, contact Stoneside's Boston office to set up a free consultation. Our expert designer will collaborate with you on creating window treatments
that seamlessly complement your home's interior design, whether you use blinds on their own or combine them with other window treatments for your own signature look. Your Stoneside consultant can also talk with you about added features such as automated
and motorized systems that can be conveniently operated by remote control, a smart home device, or your phone or tablet.
At Stoneside, we take pride in manufacturing all of our custom window blinds in the United States, and we thoroughly inspect and test our products to ensure that your window treatments are the highest quality. Our goal is to provide you with five-star customer service every step of the way for a truly enjoyable experience. Get in touch with our Boston office today and see why Stoneside is the #1 rated company for window treatments in America.