Shades of Home
34 Reviews
TORONTO - 900 Caledonia Road, M6B3Y1
416-787-8555

OAKVILLE - 1200 Speers Road, L6L2X4
905-827-8555

Shades of Home was Established over 30 years ago. Our window treatment specialists, Marie Iannace, Hilary Barichello, Stephen Poxon and assistants have been providing solutions for your window treatment needs with Custom Drapery, Curtains, Roman Shades, California Shutters, Blinds & Shades as well as providing professional installation services for hundreds of clients.

Our expertise is Motorization and Home Automation - combining our experience and knowledge of window treatments with available levels of motorization and automation solutions gives you a one stop shop for seamless home automation.

Shades of Home has showrooms located in Toronto, Oakville, Etobicoke & Burlington/Hamilton where clients can touch and feel all the newest window treatments available as well as our extensive selection of bespoke drapery hardware.

BRANDS
- Hunter Douglas
- Levolor
- SunGlow
- Somfy
- Elite
- Kravet
- Alendel
- JF Fabrics
- Maxwell
- Norbar
- Unique
- Trax
- Connections
and many, many more

Services Provided
- Custom Drapery
- California Shutters
- Motorized Drapery & Shades
- Decorative Drapery Hardware
- Blinds
- Shades

Hunter Douglas, Levolor, SunGlow blinds & shades.Silhouettes, Pirouettes, Luminette sheers and more; California Shutters shutters; Custom drapery, drapes, curtains, roman shades, valances; motorized shading systems; smart-home integrated blinds and shades

Areas Served
TORONTO, NORTH YORK, ETOBICOKE, MISSISSAUGA, VAUGHAN, GTA
900 Caledonia Road
416-787-8555

OAKVILLE, MISSISSAUGA, BURLINGTON, MILTON, HAMILTON
1200 Speers Road
905-827-8555
Contact: Marie Iannace
Location: 1200 Speers Road, Unit 18, Oakvile 419 Dundas Street East, Waterdown
Oakville, Ontario L6L2x4
Canada
License Number: 87839200rt0001
Typical Job Costs: CAD $500 - $25000
Commented: suggestions for working with a high window You have a great view! I wouldn't consider drapery in such a small space. If all you are looking for is to 'sleep-in' and you need blackout, I would suggest a blackout honeycomb shade. You can moun...
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Commented: Need help, which is better Norman Woodlore or Woodlore Plus shutter? I would not recommend shutters in that patio door. They will do nothing to enhance the space, a space I'm certain is rather 'echoey'. The shutters will only amplify that. I would recommend adding d...
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Commented: What kind of window covering?? My Experience: Solar Shades (with either a 3" Fascia or Cassette) mounted on the trim. The shade will then drop close to the glass without taking up interior room. I see you have a soon to be ...
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Commented: Dining room rug and decor help! Rod Pocket Sheers are too casual for the space and the pattern detracts from the lighting fixture. I'd splurge on some solid organic textured side panels with a modern header style (Ripple-fold?), ge...
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Commented: Curtain help Definitely have the hardware mounted 6-8 inches above the frame. It'll add height to the room. Don't know what length or style of drape, but with the bed intruding into the window you really have no...
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Commented: Solar shades How far the handle projects into the room and how much depth you have is the first thing you have to look at when considering what window treatment is best, both functionally as well as aesthetically....
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