Many people begin their home decorating projects from inspiration they get from a print fabric in a color palette and pattern that will help them create an ambiance in their homes unique to their personalities. In fact, drapery and shade swatches have proven to be handy tools to use when hunting for other decorating materials, such as coordinating fabrics for tablecloths, pillows, cushions, wall paper and paint. Likewise, people who want to liven up their existing décor often find that by merely changing their window treatments they can add new color, scale and drama to their rooms.
Williams Window Treatment in Dunedin creates window treatments from simple blinds to exquisite designs, covering windows throughout Pinellas, Hillsborough and Pasco counties.
Beginning your decorating or redecorating project with their help would be wise. They've been assisting Tampa Bay area residents and business and boat owners with drapes, roman shades, balloon shades, sheers, swags and cascades, valances, cafe curtains, and cornices for many years.
The mission of the family business is to take away all of the frustration from planning and buying window treatment products so their clients can relax and focus on choosing the styles and fabrics that will look best in their homes, offices and boats.
Says Pam, "The challenge is to get it right the first time---color, style, measurement, and materials of good quality so you retain your investment and don't make costly mistakes. Some people equate the word "custom" with "expensive". But thinking you made a good money saving decision by buying ready-made draperies many times turns out to be short lived. Pitfalls people experience when "doing it themselves" are bad measurements, poor sales help, ill suited choices for the windows themselves and improper installation, just to name a few."
The pros at Williams Window Treatment offer: in-home consultation and design services; accurate measuring; an unlimited selection of fabrics, trims & rods; quality craftsmanship; and professional installation.
Said Pam, "If a client sees a picture of a window treatment in a magazine they like, our professional workroom staff can assist them in creating the same look in their own home."
She adds, "From the beginning to the end of your window and other decorating projects, we will help you avoid costly mistakes and help you create a design and style that is functional and elegant."
From first contact with Pam or daughter, Tiffany, who works in the showroom at 929 Broadway Street (Alt US Highway 19) in Dunedin, to the final installation with Pam's husband, Robert, and son, Steven, the Williams family dedicate themselves to complete customer satisfaction - the kind that is hard to get from the large home improvement franchises.
Showroom hours are Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For evening appointments and more information, phone (727) 738-8004.