Made in the Shade Blinds Saskatoon
Made in the Shade of Saskatoon provides innovative, quality custom window coverings to Saskatoon and area. We are proud to offer Hunter Douglas, Springs, Shade-O-Matic, Maxxmar, Norman, and Horizons Window Fashions for a style and price that fits everyone.

Services Provided
Free in-home consultations, showcasing Hunter Douglas, Graber, Horizons, Maxxmar, Shade-O-Matic and Norman Window Fashions.
Installation of all treatments included.

Areas Served
Saskatoon, Warman, Martensville and surrounding areas
Contact: Heather Boyko
Location: 406 32nd Street West
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7L 0S8
Canada
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Commented: I need ideas for window treatments. I agree! Take the rods all throughout the bay window and hang stationary side panels on each. If the windows are all the same height, you can create a very clean contemporary look. Hang those drape...
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Commented: Need help with window treatment ideas, please! How about Shutters? They are gorgeous in every setting. I would add sets of long side panels for a pop of colour as well...
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Commented: What should I do for window treatments? And additional lighting? I think that if you could mount the wood blind (or roman shade) inside the casement, then go with a set of side panels (mounted quite high and floor length) to add a finishing touch! Perhaps a throw ...
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