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Kingston, MA

Happily Serving Kingston, MA

Blinds & Designs has been your local resource to buy Hunter Douglas window treatments since 1995. After over 20 years in business, we’ve learned a thing or two about providing the best window coverings and exemplary customer service. We carry the full line of Hunter Douglas products and would love to make your life easier by setting your home up with PowerView® Automation. Automation allows you to set and forget your window coverings. Set favorite positions for your blinds, and operate them with your mobile device, a handheld remote, and even your voice.

When you are ready to buy Hunter Douglas window treatments for your home, we offer free estimates and in-home consultations. We also offer interior design consultations to help you pull a whole room together. You can get a little inspiration by checking out our design ideas.

Why We Love Kingston, MA

Our community offers a small suburban feel with the convenience of being an hour’s drive away from Boston. Kingston, MA, is a family-friendly town with low crime and unemployment and excellent public schools. We enjoy plenty of parks, restaurants, and locally-owned shops.

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In Kingston, MA, we love enjoying the great outdoors. Gray’s Beach Park is a local favorite, and for a good reason. The recreation area offers a playground, courts for both tennis and basketball, and a boardwalk area. You can also pack a picnic lunch and enjoy it in the grassy area. Burrage Pond Wildlife Management Area is situated on 2,000 acres and offers 10 miles of trails for your hiking, biking, or walking pleasure. It’s also an ideal spot for birdwatching, so make sure you bring your camera. The Major John Bradford Homestead is a fun way to learn more about our community’s history. The home, built in the early 1700s, is owned and maintained by the Jones River Village Historical Society. You can also check out the threshing barn built in 1798 and take a stroll through Mary’s Garden. The garden delivers spectacular new blooms every week during the spring and summer months. Dead of Night Ghost Tours should be your destination if a spooky activity is more your speed. Dead of Night offers walking tours down some of America’s oldest streets and locally renowned haunted houses. The Sunset Cemetery Tour takes you to Burial Hill, the oldest resting place in the Kingston, MA, area.

Contact Us

Are you shopping for blinds in Kingston, MA? Give us a call at (508) 990-3299 to schedule your consultation. We have stores in North Dartmouth, Sagamore, and Canton, MA, so we’re never too far from home. We are pleased also to serve the areas of Plymouth, Pine Hills, Red Brick, Duxbury, Kingston, Carver, and New Bedford, MA. We are looking forward to working with you!

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