September 23, 2021

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New luxurious window cure store opens downtown Birmingham place

There’s a new put in downtown Birmingham to update those window therapies.

The Shade Retail store opened its initial metro Detroit store earlier this thirty day period at 142 S. Outdated Woodward. The shop aims to assist consumers with upgrading their blinds, curtains and other window accessories. 

“The Shade Keep is a whole-service supplier of luxury window therapies,” said Adam Skalman, the company’s vice president of income, in an emailed statement. “Our showroom would make it simple: interactive displays, design guidance and free of charge swatches of all 1,300 supplies.”

The recently-opened The Shade Store at 142 Old S. Woodward in Birmingham.

The Birmingham spot is the firm’s first in Michigan, occupying the space wherever Rococo was formerly positioned prior to it closed its storefront earlier this 12 months. It also operates in various bordering states, including 3 locations in Illinois and an additional in Columbus, Ohio.

Prospects hunting to invest in can possibly stroll in or routine an appointment at the shop. 

“We welcome wander-in site visitors, appointments and digital consultations – however the buyer would like to store, we are eager to guide,” Skalman reported. “Buyers in the showroom can assume a attractive, shoppable environment, outstanding layout guidance and assistance all through the complete course of action.”

Far more info can be located at theshadestore.com.

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The Shade Store employee Meredith Russell opens up a display case of fabric for window treatments at the Birmingham store on June 9, 2021.

Make contact with reporter David Veselenak at [email protected] or 734-678-6728. Abide by him on Twitter @davidveselenak.