Gorgeous Window Treatments for Homeowners in Pleasanton & the Entire San Francisco Bay Area
Window treatments can instantly add beauty and style to any room in your home, and we have the highest caliber selection at Bay Home & Window. Based in Pleasanton, California, our family-owned company has been serving discerning homeowners in the San Francisco Bay area since our founding in 1994, and we have a longstanding reputation for excellence – as evidenced by our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and hundreds of 5-star ratings on Yelp and Google. When you turn to us for window fashions, you will be able to choose from several popular types, each of which are masterfully crafted and made to last:
Shades are “soft” window treatments that are made of materials on a continuous roll to cover a large swath of a window opening. Since they have no slats or vanes, shades provide windows with a smooth look, and they are also available in several different styles to accommodate your aesthetic, functional, and opacity preferences. For example, we offer roller, solar, cellular, and motorized options for your choosing.
Blinds are “hard” window coverings which are composed of slats that can be opened or closed for precise light control and privacy. At Bay Home & Window, we offer a wide variety of blinds – including wood, faux wood, Venetian, and vertical – that can suit the décor styles of homes that are traditional, contemporary, and everything in between.
Draperies are long pieces of fabric that hang from windows in graceful, flowing folds. These window fashions add immense elegance and sophistication to any space they’re in, as well as enhanced privacy. Whether you want drapes that are detailed and ornate or minimalistic, we can provide you with draperies that will achieve the precise look you envision for your home.
If you’d like to learn more about the exquisitely crafted window treatments we offer, contact Bay Home & Window today. We are proud to serve homeowners near our location in Pleasanton, CA, and throughout the San Francisco Bay area.