Southport: Window Blinds, Shades, Shutters
For generations, Southport, NC was one of the best kept secrets of the South – the perfect combination of quaint Main Street charm and laid back coastal living. But now, the secret is out. There are many reasons why Brunswick County is one of the fastest growing counties in North Carolina. And one of our favorites, is architectural diversity.
From the classic plantation homes on the waterfront, to the luxury condos and patio homes of St. James Plantation, to the beach houses of Bald Island – there’s something for everything. Whether you have a beachy bungalow in downtown Southport or an elegant, million-dollar home on a grand lot in St. James Plantation, Strickland’s has window treatment solutions that will match your lifestyle needs and your home’s personality.
Strickland’s Blinds: 75 Years of Service in Southport, NC
Strickland’s Blinds, Shades & Shutters has been the Southport area’s most trusted name in window coverings for over 75 years. In fact, Strickland’s was one of the first manufacturers of venetian blinds in the South. Here are just a few of the reasons our customers rely on us:
- Decades of Experience
- Modern Style and Traditional Service
- Employee Installers
- Competitive Pricing
- The Area’s Largest Showroom
- The Area’s Only Full-Service Window Treatment Repair Department
More Than Just Blinds, Shades and Shutters
Don’t let the name fool you! Strickland’s does lots more than blinds, shades and shutters. Maybe you live on Bald Head Island, one of southeastern North Carolina’s most beautiful nature sanctuaries for coastal ecology. You might be seeking eco-friendly window treatments like bamboo shades, natural wood shades, or solar shades. And you’ll definitely be interested in this story about how Hunter Douglas Duette® Honeycomb Shades help save sea turtles. Or, maybe your house is one of the landmark properties featured in movies filmed in the Southport area, films like Safe Haven and A Walk to Remember. In that case, you might be seeking custom draperies, plantation shutters or colorful aluminum blinds.