The Curtain Exchange

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The Curtain Exchange of Amarillo

Operated by: Owner Becky Gross and Window Specialist Beverly Casias
Located in Wolflin Village, we offer the Texas Panhandle the best in custom window treatments, from curtains to drapes and fabric shades. Our store also offers a large selection of drapery hardware. We provide expert advice along with in home consultations.
  • Welcome to our new website. We would love to help you find curtains for your home.


  • Curtains To Suit Your Home in Amarillo

    March 26, 2013

    Whether you live in Amarillo or Lubbock, or anywhere in the Texas Panhandle, we have curtains to suit your home. Visit our Wolflin Village location and choose from our wide selection of ready-made designer curtains that you can take home today and try out without any obligation to purchase, or...

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  • Solare Shades

    July 19, 2012

    If you are looking to block out the sun and heat of the hot summer sun, Solare shades are a perfect option.

    The material used for these shades still allows a visual of the outdoors but blocks the heat and harmful UV rays of the sun.

    Many options are available. So, stop in and look at what we have to offer.

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  • Designer Curtains In Stock

    September 24, 2011

    Come in and browse our beautiful in stock curtains that you can take home today!

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Remodeling and Home Design


2701 Paramount Blvd
Amarillo, TX 79109
United States
Store: (806) 318-3825
Fax: (806) 318 3829


Monday: By Appointment
Tuesday - Friday: 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 3 pm
Sunday: Closed
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Customer Reviews:

"Silk, cotton, linen and blended fabrics, elegant embroideries, attractive prints, stripes, plaids and solids – the range of fabrics and colors is unmatched anywhere in the area."

LubbockOnline, April 4, 2011

"This store is all about making your windows look great."

Amarillo Style, December 2010

"An urgent rush for window treatments need not be the mother of convention."

House and Garden, June 2005