Call Us
Call Us
Go to map
Find Us

Custom Window Treatments, Blinds and Curtains in Millville Delaware

The town of Millville Delaware has a pretty small population, and an even smaller amount of known history. Deriving its name from the grist mills, sawmills, and sorghum mills in the area, Millville was built around a sawmill owned by Captain Peter Townsend in the late 1800s. Today, it’s home to around 600 residents who most likely have been drawn there by the beach, just a few miles away. The latest residential development, Millville by the Sea, offers upscale beach bungalows and amenities that include a clubhouse, lake, large pool, splash pad, and walking trails.

Custom Window Treatments, Blinds and Curtains in Millville Delaware

The town of Millville Delaware has a pretty small population, and an even smaller amount of known history. Deriving its name from the grist mills, sawmills, and sorghum mills in the area, Millville was built around a sawmill owned by Captain Peter Townsend in the late 1800s. Today, it’s home to around 600 residents who most likely have been drawn there by the beach, just a few miles away. The latest residential development, Millville by the Sea, offers upscale beach bungalows and amenities that include a clubhouse, lake, large pool, splash pad, and walking trails.

Jump down

The town of Millville Delaware has a pretty small population, and an even smaller amount of known history. Deriving its name from the grist mills, sawmills, and sorghum mills in the area, Millville was built around a sawmill owned by Captain Peter Townsend in the late 1800s. Today, it’s home to around 600 residents who most likely have been drawn there by the beach, just a few miles away. The latest residential development, Millville by the Sea, offers upscale beach bungalows and amenities that include a clubhouse, lake, large pool, splash pad, and walking trails.

Custom Window Treatments Available in Millville, Delaware

One of the many benefits of living in such a small town is the closeness of its residents. The Dream Team at Dreamweaver Interiors understands the importance of this benefit and considers their customers to be friends as well. We offer custom drapery and valances and the complete line of Hunter Douglas window treatments, including:

Horizontal blinds – Available in wood, faux wood and aluminum, horizontal blinds work well with any décor and offer a wide range of light control options. They can be pulled up completely to the headrail for an unobstructed view, lowered with the slats open to provide limited light control and partial privacy, or lowered with the slats closed for complete privacy and minimal light.

Vertical blinds – Don’t let your sliding glass doors go without coverage. Vertical blinds are an economical way to control light and privacy and increase energy efficiency for your large expanses of glass. They are available in wood, faux wood, vinyl and fabric. For a more modern look, try Skyline® gliding window panels.

Roller shades – Don’t let the name of these shades turn you away. Roller shades today are available in an amazing variety of materials, opacities, colors, and patterns. For a natural look reminiscent of the dunes on the beach, consider adding woven wood shades to a room. They are made of reeds, grasses and woods and provide filtered sunlight when closed. Screen shades also filter light, but offer a view of the outdoors at the same time. Room-darkening roller shades are perfect for rooms where little ones need to nap during the day or night-shift workers need to sleep.

Roman shadesRoman shades offer complete window coverage when they are closed, then create soft folds of fabric when opened. These window fashions allow you to add fabric to windows in high-traffic areas or other places where traditional draperies or curtains don’t work.

Honeycomb shades – For a shade that combines energy efficiency with style, look no further than honeycomb shades. Also called cellular shades, these window treatments trap cold air from the outside in fabric cells before it enters your room. Additional layers of cells or layers of fabric within each cell offer even more energy efficiency and noise reduction.

Sheers and shadings – One of the newer additions to the Hunter Douglas window treatment lineup, sheers and shadings are beautiful in any room of a home. Constructed with sheer panels and vanes of fabric, shadings provide UV protection for your furnishings and flooring and add softness to your windows.

Whether you live in the 19967 or 19970 zip code, are a new homeowner or are in need of a décor update, let the Dream Team at Dreamweaver Interiors help you create the perfect new window treatments for your home.

Jump down
Jump down