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San Ramon Shutter
San Ramon Shutters
San Ramon Blinds
San Ramon Drapes
San Ramon Drapery
San Ramon Fabric
San Ramon Upholstery
Pleasanton Shutter
Pleasanton Shutters
Pleasanton Blinds
Pleasanton Drapes
Pleasanton Drapery
Pleasanton Fabric
Pleasanton Upholstery
Dublin Shutter
Dublin Shutters
Dublin Blinds
Dublin Drapes
Dublin Drapery
Dublin Fabric
Dublin Upholstery
Danville Shutter
Danville Shutters
Danville Blinds
Danville Drapes
Danville Drapery
Danville Fabric
Danville Upholstery
Alamo Shutter
Alamo Shutters
Alamo Blinds
Alamo Drapes
Alamo Drapery
Alamo Fabric
Alamo Upholstery
Walnut Creek Shutter
Walnut Creek Shutters
Walnut Creek Blinds
Walnut Creek Drapes
Walnut Creek Drapery
Walnut Creek Fabric
Walnut Creek Upholstery
Moraga Shutter
Moraga Shutters
Moraga Blinds
Moraga Drapes
Moraga Drapery
Moraga Fabric
Moraga Upholstery
Orinda Shutter
Orinda Shutters
Orinda Blinds
Orinda Drapes
Orinda Drapery
Orinda Fabric
Orinda Upholstery
Lafayette Shutter
Lafayette Shutters
Lafayette Blinds
Lafayette Drapes
Lafayette Drapery
Lafayette Fabric
Lafayette Upholstery
Castro Valley Shutter
Castro Valley Shutters
Castro Valley Blinds
Castro Valley Drapes
Castro Valley Drapery
Castro Valley Fabric
Castro Valley Upholstery
In the heart of Contra Costa lies the jewel of the county, Walnut Creek, with a population of over 65,000 individuals. The city is neighbored by Orinda, Concord, and Alamo. Besides them, Walnut Creek has several cities near it including but not limited to Danville, San Ramon, and Lafayette. It serves a hub for Contra Costa as it has a major BART station that connects the community to major Bay Area cities like San Francisco and Oakland.
Walnut Creek rose from settlements by Bay Miwok Indians and followed with Mexican settlers. After the Mexican-American War, Americans took over the area with one of the first areas being right at the main hub of Walnut Creek, Mt. Diablo and N. Main Street. As the industrial revolution took hold, Walnut Creek exploded with the arrival of the Southern Pacific Railroad. The city is now a central location for businesses and families. Downtown Walnut Creek has become a key place to have a night on the town or get a gift for that special person.

Beyond the commercial area, Walnut Creek has several area school districts: Acalanes Union High School District, Walnut Creek School District, San Ramon Valley Unified School District, Mount Diablo Unified School District, and the Lafayette School District. While these districts vary in stature, they are each devoted to educating our next generation and melding the different cultures of the region.

One of the East Bay's premier trails goes through Walnut Creek. The Iron Horse Regional Trail comes from Dublin and San Ramon, travels through Walnut Creek, and ends in Concord.

While it has a lively downtown, Walnut Creek hosts many events and activities during the year as it is home to the Lesher Performing Arts Center, several art galleries, movie theater, and a local library. Walnut Creek is considered the link between the East Bay and San Francisco.

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What Makes Us Unique?

  • We have been in business since 1954.
  • We are a family owned and operated business.
  • We offer in-home consultation, and professional installation.
  • We offer custom decorating specializing in Hunter Douglas window fashion.
  • We are the only business in the San Francisco Bay Area that has its own drapery and upholstery workroom.