Shades New York



Window Shades at Shades Store NYC are among the most versatile of all window treatments. They add depth and utility to almost every other window treatment. Shades keep the room warm in winter and cool in summer. They protect occupants and furniture from harmful UV light. They come in a variety of opacities ranging from light filtering to room darkening, from sheer to semi sheer. Shades move up and down in two ways. Roller shades offered by our store, wrap the shade around a roller as it closes and folding shades arrange the fabric into gentle folds as it lifts. Shades are either motorized or non-motorized. Non motorized shades raise up by several child safe cord systems, by hand, or by a wooden wand. Shades are energy efficient. As much as 40% of the home’s heat escapes through the windows. Shades provide varying amount of window insulation, and protect the home from energy loss.

Solar Shades

Solar shades are designed to protect the home or office from the harmful effects of sunlight, while preserving the view of the outdoors. By reducing heat transference solar shades are energy efficient, preserving heat in winter and cool in summer. Solar shades minimize annoying glare from the Sun, making work in an office with Sun exposure bearable. And unlike blackout shades, solar shades preserve a dramatic view of the outdoors.

Blackout Roller Shades

Blackout roller shades block out 99% of the light when deployed. They are ideal for bedrooms, home movie theatres, and conference rooms, where slide shows, PowerPoint presentations, and videos are used to enhance the presentation.

Custom Fabric Shades

Custom shades are made with material not used for most window treatments, but which is needed to totally complement the existing room décor or window treatment. A professional Royal Window Treatments window decorator can help you create your own unique custom shades.

Honeycomb Shades

Honeycomb shades are made of pleats and cells, which give them a modern clean look. One to three layers of honeycombs trap air and protect the room from sudden outdoor temperature changes.

Pirouette Window Shades

A stunning invention of Hunter Douglass, pirouette shades combine fabric covered vanes with a sheer curtain affixed to the back of the vanes. The shades provide all the advantages of blinds and shades and offer unique outdoor visibility and indoor light control.

Roman Shades

Roman shades are a popular type of fabric shade recognized by its thick fabric folds which open into a transparent to room darkening shade when lowered and which arranges itself into gentle fabric folds as it closes.

Woven Wood Shades

Woven wood shades combine the warmth of wood with semi-transparency. They are available in a variety of woods and wood stains.

Motorized Shades

All of the shades offered by Royal Window Treatments can be purchased with motorized remote control.

Directions to our Showroom

240 Third Ave New York, NY 10003


Royal Window Treatments, 180 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10016

Phone: (212) 473-1111

Showroom Hours

Monday: 9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday: 9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday: 9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday: 9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: By Appointment

Point of interest (POI) 

  • Chrysler Building
  • Port 9 River Ferry
  • NY Skyride
  • Central Park
  • Birch Coffee (serving thoughtfully-sourced brews in a hip, bustling space)
  • Penelope (American Restaurant)
  • Le Parisien (French Restaurant)

Serving Neighborhoods


  • Alphabet City and Loisaida
  • Astor Row (Central Harlem)
  • Battery Park City
  • Bowery
  • Brookdale
  • Carnegie Hill
  • Central Harlem
  • Chelsea
  • Chinatown
  • Civic Center
  • Columbus Circle
  • Cooperative Village
  • Diamond District
  • Downtown Manhattan
  • East Harlem (Spanish Harlem)
  • East Village
  • Ellis Island
  • Financial District
  • Five Points (historic)
  • Flatiron District, Toy District, Photo District
  • Flower District
  • Fort George
  • Garment District
  • Governors Island
  • Gramercy Park
  • Greenwich Village
  • Hamilton Heights
  • Harlem
  • Hell’s Kitchen, Clinton
  • Herald Square
  • Hudson Heights (part of Washington Heights)
  • Hudson Yards
  • Inwood
  • Islands
  • Kips Bay
  • Koreatown
  • Le Petit Senegal (Little Senegal)
  • Lenox Hill
  • Liberty Island
  • Lincoln Square (once San Juan Hill)
  • Little Brazil
  • Little Germany (historic)
  • Little Italy
  • Lower East Side
  • Madison Square
  • Manhattan Valley, Bloomingdale District
  • Manhattanville
  • Marble Hill
  • Marcus Garvey Park, Mount Morris Historical District
  • Meatpacking District
  • Midtown
  • Midtown West
  • Morningside Heights, SoHa (or “South of Harlem”)
  • Murray Hill
  • NoHo
  • Nolita (NoLIta)
  • NoMad
  • Peter Cooper Village (former Gas House district)
  • Radio Row (historic)
  • Randalls and Wards Islands
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Roosevelt Island
  • Rose Hill
  • SoHo
  • South Street Seaport Historical District
  • Strivers’ Row (Central Harlem)
  • Stuyvesant Square
  • Stuyvesant Town (former Gas House district)
  • Sugar Hill (Central Harlem)
  • Sutton Place
  • Tenderloin
  • Theater District
  • Times Square
  • Tribeca (TriBeCa)
  • Tudor City
  • Turtle Bay
  • Two Bridges
  • Union Square
  • Upper East Side, Silk Stocking District
  • Upper Manhattan
  • Upper West Side
  • Washington Heights
  • Waterside Plaza
  • West Harlem
  • West Village
  • Yorkville



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