Custom Roller Shades

Roller shades provide privacy with a creative and eye-catching feel and are right for every decor. Raise and lower in one smooth, easy motion. Rich in character! Use alone or with a complimentary window treatment like a drapery panel or cornice box.

Product Overview

Custom Roller Shades in San Diego, Orange County, Sacramento, Fresno

Roller shades have become quite the popular window treatment trend due to their clean, sleek look, simple operation, and versatility. Many people have bad connotations when it comes to roller shades because they think about the old ones that roll and flop around the window, but that’s not what 3 Blind Mice offer today. This type of window shades are built by attaching the fabric, vinyl, or solar screens to spring-loaded or motorized roller shade, conventional roller, and solar shades are now offered in a wide range of styles, colors, textures, and patterns that can be custom-built to match any home’s décor.




Fully Retractable


Motorized / Alexa Compatible

  • Vertical
  • Horizontal


12″ – 240″

12″ – 360″


  • Low
  • Moderate



Motorization helps your roller shades and other window coverings last longer because the wear and tear associated with manual pulling and tugging go away. Today’s motorization systems also offer various remote control options, and manufacturers like QMotion now have Apps to control your window treatments from your iPhone, iPad, or Android device! Learn more about motorized window coverings.

Roller shades offer excellent light control while providing a stylish, clean appearance that will fit any room. Most roll shades come with various fabric choices that allow you to control the amount of light you let in, while affording different degrees of privacy and controlling the amount of solar heat you can prevent or retain. Typically, the light filtering shades are inside mounted, allowing a certain “halo” effect around the edges. To eliminate this “halo,” you have several options: a blackout track system that runs along the edges and bottom of the shade, an outside mount that overlaps the sill, or drapery side panels.

Our blackout roller shades add a stylish face to total light blockage and privacy. We offer a collection consisting wide assortment of on-trend materials and patterns from solids, tweeds, fresh stripes, and bold patterns. Blackout shades are the ideal option for bedrooms and media rooms, as the treatment eliminates almost all sunlight from entering your environment while having a sleek custom look. Keep your room dark for a better night's sleep!

3 Blind Mice cares about the safety of your children (and pets), which is why we offer a variety of child-friendly option control that provides a safe environment for your children. From continuous-loop lift to cordless lift to smart pull lift to motorized lift, there are many options. For more detailed information, please view our child-safe window treatment solutions.

Modern roll shades raise and lower in one smooth, easy motion or can even be motorized for a more effortless operation. Because of their sleek, minimal effect when raised, they are a fantastic way to add a simple, understated design element to any room in your home. Roller shades can be used alone or with a complimentary, multi-layer window treatment by adding drapery panels, valances, or cornice boxes to give your window design an even more dramatic look.

A wiped down with a damp cloth or a simple sweep of a vacuum cleaner brush attachment is all it takes to clear solar shades. Cleaning time is negligible when the shade surface is smooth. They're straightforward and easy to clean and operate, making it simple to keep them looking brand new.

Roller shades are available in a wide variety of materials, patterns, and colors, giving you a plethora of opportunities to let your taste shine!

A window valance is a decorative window treatment covering the uppermost part of the window, typically paired with other treatments. Our custom roller shades can be outfitted with a metal or upholstered valance. Valances allow for concealing the lift control mechanisms while giving your rollers a clean, finished look.

Complement your window treatments with a custom cornice box. The flexible padded wood frame can be curved and soft or sharp and crisp; your styles and options are almost endless. The padded cornice gives a sleek and neat design to enhance the room’s style without going over the top. With 3 Blind Mice, each cornice is handcrafted to your top quality wood specifications.

French doors are an attractive feature in any home, and roller blinds are a practical treatment choice without compromising style. A wide range of high-performance fabrics, including blackout options and moisture-resistant and gorgeous styles rollers, will provide a streamlined, sleek covering providing light filtering and privacy options.


Roller shades are motorization compatible, which makes controlling your shades with your phone, tablet, remote, or voice with automation solutions a dream. If you already have roller shades installed in your home and would like to add automation, you can add solutions that are battery-powered if you prefer to avoid electrical work. If you are considering blackout roller shades for your space, automation allows you to schedule your privacy! At sunset or at sunrise, you can have privacy with the push of a button, flip of a switch, or the accuracy of a timer.

Whether custom vinyl roller shades or beautiful fabric roller shades are destined for your space, the first step to installing roller shades is to measure. First, measure the depth of the window casing to ensure all of the hardware can be sufficiently installed within the window casing. If it can’t, you’ll want to opt for outside-mounted roller shades. Depending on the style selected, you’ll need between 1.5-3 inches of depth. Next, measure and record the width of the window at the top of the casing. Last, measure the length of the window in three places: the left, center, and right, recording the longest of the three measurements, for each measurement, round to the nearest one-eighth inch.

Although roller shades are a durable window treatment option, occasionally they need to be adjusted. A roller shade can become too loose, causing the fabric on the roll to hang off the roll or preventing the shade from rolling up. To fix a loose roller shade, the spring inside of the mechanism will need to be tightened. Remove the blind from the bracket, tighten the flat pin, pull down the blind and roll it back up manually, and then check the blind for correct resistance by pulling it down and releasing it up. If a roller shade is too tight it will quickly snap back or be difficult to pull down, so ensure you do not over-tighten the flat pin.

To install a roller shade, you will need a screwdriver, measuring tape, pencil, and wall anchors (if the mounting surface is hollow). For spring roller shades, the left and right bracket may be different, so begin by identifying the correct bracket orientation and then screw in the brackets. The next step is to install the shade and align the brackets to the pins on either side of the shade, making sure to pair the locking pin with the locking bracket. Test the operation of the shade: there should be enough space between the top of the shade and the window casing for the shade to open and close without friction. If you prefer to leave the installation to the pros, we can help! Contact 3 Blind Mice to order and arrange the installation of your new roller shades.

Roller shades are versatile and straightforward, remaining a popular window treatment choice for many years due to these qualities. Since roller shades do not have any folds, slats, or louvers, these window treatments are incredibly easy to keep clean. With just a headrail and one solid piece of material (fabric or synthetic), roller shades are designed to extend the full length of your window. Roller shades can be installed inside the window casing (a popular option if you have attractive molding) or outside the window casing. They are compatible with motorization and available in cordless options, making them an excellent choice for a stylish and safe home.

A roller shade is a simple shade that lays flat when lowered and when raised, it wraps around a cylinder. Roller shades come in a wide variety of materials, from blackout material to sheer and everything between.


Contemporary Large gaps
Non-Intrusive Telescoping
Translucent Mistaken for off-the-shelf

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