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Beckenstein Fabrics & Interior

32 W. 20th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 877-648-4644; beckensteinfabrics.com

At this producer of stunning curtains, one of six experts (among them owner Garry Greenberg) consults with you on your first visit. Your pro weighs in on which of the store’s 100,000 fabrics will work best in your space, what hardware complements it, and what design will tie it all together. $$

Delia Shades

307 W. 38th St., nr. Eighth Ave., Ste. 1016; 646-344-1652; deliashades.com

This is the spot for striking custom-printed solar shades based on various types of window architecture. Choose from arabesque, Indian jali, African, French rod iron, and katagami patterns to give your home a worldly feel. $$-$$$ (by appointment only)

Metropolitan Window Fashions

469 Amsterdam Ave., nr. 82nd St.; 212-501-8282; windowfashions.com

Bargain hunters come here to browse thousands of discounted high-quality fabrics from the likes of Kravet, Robert Allen, and Waverly. Custom draperies and Hunter Douglas shades are also available, and in-home consultations are provided at no charge. $$(consulting services)

The Shade Store

198 Spring St., at Sullivan St.; 646-783-4218; theshadestore.com

Windows come in all shapes and sizes—and the Shade Store can help you outfit them all. With its custom-handcrafted window treatments, this store offers a made-to-order product that is fast (shipping in ten days or less), reasonable (a solar shade starts at $172), and tailored to your space. $$ (eco-friendly)

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