EASTON — Wright’s Interiors recently announced their new showroom location at 15 Goldsborough St. in Easton. A family-owned business started in 1969 by Bob Wright, Wright’s Interiors specializes in blinds, shades and shutters. Their new showroom is conveniently located with home furnishings and interior design firm Dwelling & Design.

“A great opportunity presented itself, where we were able to reduce our brick-and-mortar footprint, plus join forces with another reputable interior design company…we complement one another very well,” said owner Kevin Wright.

“We’ve streamlined our product lines” he continued, “including blinds, shades and shutters by Hunter Douglas and Norman Window Fashions. We have always placed the utmost importance on service and installation, giving our clients peace of mind from beginning to end. “We bring over 50 years of knowledge and experience, which sets us apart from everyone else.”

The entire line of Hunter Douglas window treatments is on display and available for demonstration, including a new range of products operated by remote, voice activation, smart home system or app on your phone.

“We’ve truly seen a remarkable progression from traditional blinds and shades … into cutting edge window and door systems. The sky is the limit with so many options available,” Wright added. The new showroom is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and available on Saturdays by appointment.

Wright’s Interiors offers free consultations and will come to your home for a complimentary measuring and estimate.

For more information, visit the showroom or browse the new website at www.wrights1969.com.

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