Kirsch in San Jose CA

Kirsch Blinds - Shades - Hardware

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Creating extraordinary views from the inside out. Our new custom shades collection features designer-inspired color palettes, exquisite textures and beautiful fabrics that reflect timeless fashion and sophisticated style.

Kirsch History:

The Kirsch brand dates back to the invention of the first flat curtain rod and the first telescoping rod by Charles Kirsch in 1907. Today, Kirsch is noted for a fashion forward line of Blinds & Shades, Decorative Hardware and Basic Hardware.  The company was organized for the purpose of perfecting, manufacturing and patenting the simplest and most serviceable rods for modern draping needs. Being distinctive in design and finish, it met the demand for a strong, practical and durable rod. The Kirsch rod would not sag, tarnish or rust and its telescoping ability made fitting any size window possible. Kirsch immediately began packaging these rods, complete with brackets, and was soon shipping them to customers all over the world.

 

Allied Drapery Service is your Authorized Kirsch Dealer – located between Downtown San Jose and Willow Glen. Call Us!

 

Graber in San Jose CA

Every Home a Gallery - Every Window a Canvas

Every Home a Gallery – Every Window a Canvas


Our History

The company got its start in 1939 when John N. Graber installed a set of Venetian blinds in his home in Middleton, Wisconsin.  Standing back to assess his handiwork, Graber realized that his drapes looked unbalanced hanging over the new blinds.  To improve upon the existing design, he invented a special metal bracket that he christened the Badger Crane, after the animal that symbolizes his home state. Through his innovation and artistry, Graber had elevated the standards for consumers, and also for the industry.  His ingenious invention, realized with quality materials and craftsmanship, would eventually be marketed throughout the Midwest, then all over the world.

GREEN BY NATURE™

Graber products are also an important component of green living.

  • Conserving Energy – Our window coverings regulate the sun’s rays to control temperature and create healthier, more energy-efficient homes for our consumers. Cellular shades in particular provide an extra layer of insulation, keeping heat and cold from penetrating windows, conserving energy year-round.
  • Protecting Resources – Natural shades are crafted from renewable materials like bamboo, jute, and grasses.
  • Preserving Clean Air – Our blinds and shades use GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified materials, with low chemical and particle emissions.

Graber uses sustainable practices to manufacture our products responsibly, so that we can all enjoy a “greener” future. Conscious of the company’s environmental impact, we:

  • Recycle all metals, plastics, fabrics, paper, and waste wood in our plants, diverting these materials from landfills.
  • Conserve water by using a closed-loop water cooling system for plastics manufacturing.
  • Design minimal product packaging that uses at least 44% of post-consumer recycled material.
  • Source and process renewable hardwoods for Graber Blinds domestically, minimizing transportation and thus, saving energy.

Allied Drapery Service is your Authorized Graber Blinds Dealer – located between downtown San Jose and Willow Glen. Call Us!

Hunter Douglas in San Jose CA

Hunter Douglas - Custom Window Coverings

 

Well-designed window fashions do more than simply cover a window. At Hunter Douglas, form and function are inseparable.

Great design is beautiful to live with, provides variable light control, insulates rooms against heat and cold while saving energy, protects your furnishings from damaging UV rays, and even absorbs sound, improving the acoustics in a room. And, our advanced operating systems make using our products a pleasure every day.

Now that’s artful window dressing. Lifetime guarantee.

Call or Visit Us (Allied Drapery Service – your favorite local participating Hunter Douglas dealer) for complete details on the full line of Hunter Douglas Window Coverings today.*