Window Treatments for Your Home Office

Home Office Window Treatments Custom-Designed for California Homeowners

Home Office Window Treatments3 Blind Mice Window Coverings is the company to turn to for custom home office window treatments for your California home. When you partner with us, you’ll be glad to know that we’ll design the perfect window coverings for your home office. That way, you can be sure that you’ll receive the solution you’re looking for, whether it’s allowing plenty of sunlight in to illuminate your work or blocking it out entirely so you can focus on your computer screen.

Antiglare Window Shades, Shutters & Films

We have a range of options to minimize glare for your home office so that you can work comfortably. These include:

  • Solar Shutters — The perfect blend of traditional and modern styles, solar shutters look and function like plantation shutters but include a solar screen that reduces heat gain, increases privacy, and minimizes glare.
  • Phifer Sheerwave solar screens — Often used in conjunction with roller shades, these screens have a dark color on one side and a light color on the other, allowing you to keep the shades open and not be bothered by glare or the prying eyes of your neighbors.
  • Tinting film — If you’d rather maintain your view of the outdoors while you work, a tinting film will allow you to do just that while reducing glare.
  • Blackout curtains — For homeowners who prefer to work only by the light of their computer screen, blackout curtains will eliminate virtually all light entering the room.

An Easy Interior Design Update for Your Home Office

Not sure which window coverings will work best for your home office? No matter — during your consultation, one of our knowledgeable designers will be able to review your options in more detail and make the best recommendations based on your home and preferences. Then, your project manager will ensure that your project is completed without a hitch and you’re happy with the final result.

Contact 3 Blind Mice Window Coverings today for more information about the custom home office window treatments we can design for your California home.


After you have selected and agreed to purchase custom window treatments they can take from 2 -8 weeks to fabricate and be installed, depending on the availability of the fabric. Since the window treatments are custom 3BM requires full payment to begin the fabrication. We accept all major credit cards and checks.

3 Blind Mice not only has quality products at an affordable price, but we also provide professionally certified installers and an outstanding customer support team. Our commitment to our customers has been rewarded by winning the coveted Better Business Bureau’s Torch Award for marketplace ethics multiple times and through our customers’ referrals and online reviews.

3 Blind Mice not only has quality products at an affordable price, but we also provide professionally certified installers and an outstanding customer support team.

Our designers will design the best style for your home and your budget. The designer will bring fabric samples to your home for you to hold and feel to ensure it's a match for your design goals.

Three Blind Mice offers a variety of different fabrics for any type style of drapery you choose for your home or office decor. We have a variety of custom fabrics, trims, and rods that can be incorporated into any type of design. Curtains or drapes can be used alone or in combination with the many other types of window treatments that we have available. We offer sheer curtains, blackout & darkening curtains and valances in addition to a wide variety of motorized options for each. Styles of curtains we offer include flat panel, tab top, grommet and rod pocket.

There are so many factors when choosing coverings, your choices can seem overwhelming. The biggest factor in your decision is knowing whether you need privacy, light, or a combination of both.

When choosing the right window treatment for your home, it's important to take all the elements into consideration. Wall color, type of window, how much light you want coming in, etc.