Krohn’s blinds and shutters in Colorado Springs and Denver
Krohn’s Coverings is our local manufacturer for high quality window coverings. They’re located in Colorado Springs and have a public showroom to display their blinds and shutters. Contact us to arrange a visit.
Colorado made blinds and shutters
Krohn’s Coverings is especially innovative in the wood window coverings category. They place a special emphasis on developing and introducing new wood window coverings products to the industry. These products include their high-end Alder Select and Knotty Alder shutters, Knotty Alder Blinds, and 3 5/8″ Wood Vertical and Horizontal Blinds. Krohn’s Coverings uses the Woodmill trade name for their blinds and shutters. Products carrying the Woodmill mark are uniquely high in quality, and competitive in price points; while indicating a level of value unequaled in the wood and alternative wood window covering category of the industry.
Click on the links below to find out more about Krohn’s Coverings and other manufacturers products offered by New View Blinds & Shutters:
Woodmill 2.5″ Knotty Alder
Woodmill 2″ Basswood Blinds
Woodmill 3 5/8″ Basswood Blinds
Woodmill 3 5/8″ Basswood Vertical
Woodmill 2″ Alternative Wood Blinds
Crestview Plus Shutters
Knotty & Select Alder Shutters
We will be happy to visit your Colorado home at your convenience to assist you in making the right decision for your new Krohns window coverings.
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I absolutely love my window blinds, and I am very satisfied with the service that I have received. I would recommend New View Blinds & Shutters to everyone.
New View prices were considerably below any of the other bids we received. Ray and Leah were very straightforward in their presentation and were NOT “pushy” salespeople in the least.