Long Island Window Treatments was established in 1993 and has been responsible for providing outstanding drapery and blinds ever since. We are a family business, with over 35,000 fabrics in our showroom. We are sure to please every customer! Owner, Joseph Arceri is personally involved with everyone’s job. We will take you step by step in making your home, a designer’s showpiece.



Your window shades can add to your home’s atmosphere, help you control light, give you privacy, and reduce your energy bills.

It’s easy to find a window shade style to go with your decor. Get the soft classic look of folded fabric in a roman shade; or choose bamboo shades to bring a natural look to your room. No matter what style you decide on—cellular shades or pleated shades—you have a wide variety to choose from at Long Island Window Treatments.

Shade technology has evolved, and now it’s possible to operate your shades with the touch of a button. We have an assortment of motorized shades, and we offer custom shades for uniquely shaped or sized windows.

Here are some of the different kinds of shades we can offer:

Roller Shades

Fabric mounted to the top of your window unrolls to control light. Go simple, or add more window treatment layers.

Sheer Shades

Get the utility of blinds with the airy softness of sheer fabrics. Light gets diffused through fabrics in the color and size of your choice.

Roman Shades

Tailored panels of fabric mounts to the top of your window frame and folds up when closed.

Bamboo & Natural Shades

Add a natural element to your decor with the clean lines and rich textures of bamboo shades

Outdoor Shades

Create a cool, private patio, deck or sunroom space with external weather-resistant shades. You’ll save on energy bills.

Vertical Shades

Consider vertical shades on windows wider than they are tall, or across sliding glass doors. They close off to the side of the window.

At LI Window Treatments, we have it all. Come by our store or contact us about how we can help you find the perfect window treatments for your home.

In this first floor apartment, we added shutters to control light and privacy. The right side panels open inward to access the door. They add function, beauty and a conversation piece to the room.