The Blind Lady Custom Blinds

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Beautiful custom designs by The Blind Lady Custom Blinds can be yours with a phone call. Every design project compliments the individual style of each of our clients. From traditional to contemporary we can create something for you.

It's in the detail....

The treatment sets the pace for this room, while complimenting the hand-painted desk and collectibles, it accents the soft light entering through the sheer treatment. This throw swag is hung on architectural pieces adding texture and another medium to the room's design. Note how the fabric cascades down each side. Designed by Jane Hamilton, The Blind Lady Custom Blinds.

Straight Cornice with Folded Side Panels & Accent Festoons

This treatment adds drama, color and texture to the family room. As you enter this room from the outside you are treated to the beautiful treatment shown here. It acts as the back drop for the room, pulling all the design elements together.

Directly across the room are complimentary cornices with a Hunter Douglas Literise(cordless) Duette honeycomb shade. Due to the nature of the room's layout there was not room for the side panels. So this cornice was chosen to create harmony. This cornice has ultra thick padding and is accented with a horizontal bead and tassel trim.

This is the same trim that is featured on the inside vertical hem of the side panels, the edge of the festoon overlays, and the horizontal edge of the cornice. Designed by Jane Hamilton, The Blind Lady.

Cornice Topped Swag with Jabots and Tails

This traditional fabric adds a dramatic flair to this cozy space. Topping the 3" Hunter Douglas Originale Silhouette, it brings color and warmth to the space. The treatment is accented by both the horizontal beaded trim and the horizontal cording. Designed by Jane Hamilton, The Blind Lady.

Tacked Swag with Tails & Stationary Drapery Panels

When it was time for this busy Mom with twins to create her own sanctuary she turned to The Blind Lady. Working with the existing leather 

furniture and the new color choices for the walls and flooring, The Blind Lady was able to assist in finding the perfect fabric. This fabric drapes beautifully and the decorative tie-back compliments the beaded tassels used on the horizontal hem of the valance. Hunter Douglas Matisse 3' Silhouette Shading were featured with this treatment. These treatments were designed by Jane Hamilton, The Blind Lady Custom Blinds.

Silk Throw Swag Draped on architectural Art

with Stationary Drapery Panels

There is nothing quite as luxurious as silk! These silk throw swags drape over stationary floor-length panels. Accented with Goblet top pleats the panels flow gently down the sides of the Hunter Douglas Originale Silhouette Shadings. This treatment was designed by

Jane Hamilton, The Blind Lady.

Arched Festoons with Overlay Cascades

Festoons with Cascades

with Drapery Panels & Wood Blinds

This beautiful window treatment has all the "bells & whistles."

  • Draperies are tied back with the same fabric as the top treatments, as pictured on the left.
  • Coordinating cording is used to accent the inside vertical hem on each panel, as pictured on the right.
  • Adding drama to the room, these crystal beads, placed on the horizontal hem of both the top and bottom festoons. pictured below left . 

Designed by Jane Hamilton

The Blind Lady Custom Blinds

Please call Jane Hamilton today

for your in-home

consultation and discover your individual style!

"It's Not Over 'til The Blind Lady Quotes" TM

Call or Text: (920)380-8679

email: [email protected]


Consultations by Appointment

Mon - Fri: 9AM - 5PM

Sat:& Sunday Closed

Serving Clients in the Fox Cities and Oshkosh:

Appleton, Neenah, Menasha, Fox Crossings, , Kaukauna, Little Chute, Kimberly, Combined Locks, Sherwood, Greenville, Hortonville, New London, Freedom, Shiocton, Winneconne, Black Creek

And the towns of Buchanan, Clayton, Freedom, Grand Chute,

Harrison, Kaukauna and Neenah. 

Photos by William Glasheen, Freelance Photographer.