Portage Park Chicago Blinds

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Simply Custom Showroom Simply Custom 5436 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60641

5501 W Montrose Ave
Chicago, IL 60641

Corner of (Montrose & Linder)
On (South Side) Montrose 1block West of Long.  1 block East of Central.

Monday       10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday      10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday     10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday          10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday     10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Sunday        CLOSED

Simply Custom ShowroomShowroom

Portage Park, Chicago Blinds

Since 2004, Simply Custom has been providing Portage Park, Chicago area residents with beautiful window treatments and professional design services for their home. With a large selection of name brand high quality blinds, shutters, and more, it is easy to find something for everyone. Get helpful advice from Simply Custom professionals. Get the look and feel you have always wanted in your home and see your decorating vision come to life.  We are a full line Hunter Douglas dealer including the Alustra Collection.

With Simply Custom, you will find the largest selection of high quality, brand name window treatments in the Portage Park, Chicago area. Choose from a wonderful selection of Hunter Douglas blinds, shades and shutters. With Hunter Douglas, you know you are getting the very best for your home. In different colors, styles, and textures, you will easily find something to achieve that special look for your space.  In addition to the beautiful Hunter Douglas blinds and shades we also carry Comfortex, B&W/Horizons, Timberblinds, Kensington, Lutron/Serena Remote Control Shadings, BTX Motorized shades, Prism Shades, Solarvue Roller and Roman Shades, Norman Shutters and more.  Drapery fabric lines Carol Fabrics, JF Fabrics, Michaels Textiles, Robert Allen, RM Coco, Trends and more are available in our showroom and in home consultations.

Simply Custom designers will show you samples, measure your windows and give you a quote when you schedule your FREE In-Home Consultation.

Though many tend to use heirloom furniture, artwork and area rugs, when decorating or renovating their current décor, window coverings should be given their fair share of the room’s overall appearance. Whether your home’s style says Hollywood Noir, French Chinoiserie or Primitive Americana, do not forget to include your windows when considering the design statement you are attempting to bring. Blinds, shades and valances perform a significant duty, keeping the UV rays at bay or even during the cooler winter months, they can help provide insulation from chilled air escaping from the glass of the windows.


Roman shades provide that very same function as the more simpler roller shade (completely covering the four corners of the window, simply not just framing its casing) yet it can be carefully gathered and pulled up so that you can still enjoy the natural light. Here you can implement your custom types of upholstered fabrics until your heart’s content. With an endless array of styles, fabrics and colors to choose from, such window treatments can suit the most discernible eye, without breaking the bank or losing that very necessary shade or privacy.


Shutters have a longstanding history with their very functional role in window treatment design and performance. They were first implemented in ancient Greece with stationary blocks of stone that either allowed full opening of a window or closed it off completely. From there the more recognizable ‘slatted’ shutter of modernity became more ubiquitous as these types could be manipulated by hand to adjust airflow or privacy. Of course, many exterior ones of today provide a mere decorative touch, but there are still those that are used in such areas that are hurricane prone. In the case of plantation shutters, these were indeed used to keep the inclement wind and rain from destroying the interior of southern mansions and still perform that role in the deep south as well as in the storm laden islands of the Caribbean.


Drapery is one way to really pull the look of a room together, to call attention to features like Bay windows or large panels of glass, the types that offers a breathtaking postcard view either onto your manicured outdoor landscape or far off to highlight that distant light-studded skyline. In order to showcase such a feature, choose your window treatments to complement the overall design scheme. Perhaps heavy velvet curtains might become cumbersome when placed around tall, thin windows. Consider using thinner materials and fabrics that would frame the views rather than block it or compromise that valuable light source.

Areas we also service include:

Cities Served: Albany Park | Arlington Heights | Barrington | Bucktown | Buffalo Grove | Burr Ridge | Cragin | Deerfield | Des Plaines | Edgebrook | Elk Grove Village | Elmhurst | Elmwood Park | Evanston | Forest Park | Franklin Park | Glencoe | Glenview | Gold Coast | Harwood Heights | Highland Park | Humboldt Park | Hyde Park | Jefferson Park | Lake Forest | Lakeview | Lincoln Park | Lincolnshire | Lincolnwood | Logan Square | Long Grove | Loop | Melrose Park | Morton Grove | Mount Prospect | Near North | Near West | Niles | Norridge | North Center | Northbrook | Northfield | Oak Brook | Oak Lawn | Oak Park | Old Irving | Palatine | Park Ridge | Prospect Heights | River Forest | Riverside | Rogers Park | Rolling Meadows | Roselle | Rosemont | Schaumburg | Schiller Park | Skokie | South Loop | Uptown | Wilmette | Winnetka


  • Old Irving Park
  • Lincoln Park
  • Portage Park
  • North Shore
  • Lakeview