About The Blind Lady Custom Blinds

The Blind Lady Custom Blinds
A Local, Professional, and Personal Small Business

Jane Hamilton, The owner of The Blind Lady Custom Blinds, has spent the last 23 years working with clients who desire their own personal look in a variety of projects, both in the home as well as a commercial setting.

To accomplish the many varieties of projects, Jane finds herself asked to design. She takes great care to ensure that the finished outcome of the design fits the client both from a visual and functional standpoint.

Jane Hamilton Founder. Owner. Lead Design Consultant.

We welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver the best service in the industry.

Since 1999, The Blind Lady has evolved and grown, designing beautiful window treatments. We now offer a full-service window treatment Design Studio in Menasha. It is an amazing place to plan your design.

We can assist you if you are seeking the simplicity of a blind or shade or would like to create an opulent sanctuary for you and your family with yards of luxurious fabric.

We’re your neighbors!!! We are locally owned and independent. The Blind Lady Custom Blinds and Drapery have a personal stake in our community and its future.

We believe in a vibrant, exciting Fox Cities; we treasure each and every one of the personal relationships that we have built with our clients over the past 20 years; plus, we have a personal stake in the success of each and every one of our design projects.

Our company is based on the belief that our customers’ needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result of our dedication to our client’s satisfaction, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals every month.

Certifications and Education

Jane was the first among the 80 mentioned above to become certified in 2008 when Hunter Douglas launched its Certified Program. She was re-certified subsequently annually since the program’s inception.

Product & Performance degrees at the Bronze, Silver, Gold & Platinum levels were earned by Jane from the Hunter Douglas Window Fashion Institute. When the Hunter Douglas Window Fashion Institute added its top-level degree of Window Covering Professional, Jane was among the first group, totaling 80 members, to become certified.

Hunter Douglas Certified Professional Installer

In October 2003,
Jane became a Hunter Douglas Window Fashions Certified Professional Installer when she attended a week-long seminar in Chicago.

Additional Training

Jane Hamilton completed the Lafayette Soft Window Treatments Installation Course in June of 2006. This course taught the art of installation, hanging, and dressing drapery and other soft window treatments.

Jane Hamilton completed the Heritance Hardwood Shutters Excellence Training on September 16, 2003. Jane then became an authorized sales agent and installer for this Hunter Douglas product.

In June of 2005, Jane completed the Professional Window Covering Sales & Customer Service program in Baltimore, Maryland. This course was taught by industry leaders Steve Bursten and Joann Brezette.

Social Responsibility

The foundation of this company has been built upon our values, setting us apart in the marketplace while guiding our actions.
Business is conducted ethically and in a socially responsible manner. We choose within the scope of our business practices to be socially conscious. Every attempt is made to leave the planet a better place than it was the day before.
We respect all laws, support universal human rights, strive to protect the environment, and choose to take actions that benefit the community where we live and work.
This policy and our actions are fluid and will evolve as new technologies enter the marketplace.
We welcome any suggestions you may have in assisting us in fulfilling our goals to improve the world.

Locally Focused Sustainability

Besides being aesthetically pleasing, the window treatment selected by The Blind Lady addresses many indoor environmental issues: heat gain management, r-factor considerations that keep your home warmer in the winter, glare control, and daylighting (reducing the need for artificial light.) These factors play an essential role in conserving energy and enhancing the quality of your home’s indoor environment, all lending themselves to creating an enjoyable home for your family that is sustainable, comfortable, and healthy.

Human Rights

In support of the basic human right of freedom, we chose to use manufacturers that do not use slave labor in their factories. Every attempt is made to research those organizations before any new lines of window treatments are added to The Blind Lady Custom Blinds offerings. Fabrication of hard window treatments: blinds, shades, and shutters is done in the United States of America at various locations throughout the country. Our drapery workroom is located in West Lafayette, Indiana, USA. 

A Greener Planet

Locally all packing supplies from your new window treatments are sorted and recycled appropriately.
Bubble wrap is donated to various businesses and non-profit stores to be reused in their packaging.
Manufacturers that The Blind Lady utilizes either have a policy or have been encouraged and requested to implement a policy to reduce waste in their manufacturing process. 


The Blind Lady Custom Blinds offers Hunter Douglas window fashions as the center pillar of our window treatment selections. This decision is based upon many factors: style, function, warranty, customer service, depth of product line, corporate social responsibility, and green policies. As an integral part of our business, we are proud to offer Hunter Douglas, the industry leader in window treatments, as it aligns with our core values. Click here for further information on Hunter Douglas corporate policies.

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