Rebecca Munster Designs is a full service boutique firm that specializes in window coverings, soft furnishings, upholstery, and wallpaper. We love working with our direct clients and partnering with those in our trade program (Design Concierge Program) to create amazing spaces. We make sure to tackle the personal, practical, and pretty elements using our years of experience and training. We love listening to our clients and collaborate every step of the way so your home is your favorite space.
What we do
Our Products & Services
There are so many different shades to choose from. Roman shades are a favorite when you want the ease of a shade but the softness of fabric. We also carry roller shades, natural woven wood shades, sheer shades, cellular shades, pleated shades, solar shades, exterior shades, and sliding panels. These come in so many different configurations, colors, textures, and work to meet so many different light control, privacy, and design needs. We can help you choose the best one for your home and each room.
We offer several different styles of wood blinds including faux wood blinds and composite. Blinds are a great solution when you want to control the amount of light that comes into the room and the direction it goes. They are great layered with soft treatments like draperies and valances. Our blinds are cordless or motorized!
Shutters are a classic window solution and very popular. We can help you pick just the right options, sizes, colors, and even those odd shapes. We carry wood and composite solutions.
Draperies, Valances, & Cornices
We have quite the reputation for our custom soft window treatments. Draperies are a specialty and create drama in a room. They can be used as purely decorative or they can be functional and provide light control and privacy along with their decorative nature. We have thousands of samples to choose from and love coming to your home to help you choose just the right fabric for each room in your home.
Our workroom full of artisans create amazing masterpieces from furniture that has been in your family for years, a favorite piece that just needs an update, a yard sale find, or custom built. Our team is trained in professional upholstery practices and using commercial tools to get the job done right. We will also refinish the wood and create custom pillows and cushions.
Custom cushions, pillows, and bedding to finish off your beautiful room is always a good idea!
We carry a large variety of wallpapers. With 3 simple steps, we will help you choose the perfect one for your space!!
Since we have our own workroom we can really create anything you come up with and design.
Roman shades, valances, and cornices are additional examples of different types of beautiful soft treatments that will take your windows to WOW!!
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Looking for a way to add personality and style to your windows? Rebecca Munster Designs has the perfect solution! Our window coverings are designed to give your home a custom look, while providing privacy and insulation. We have a wide variety of styles and colors to choose from, so you’re sure to find the perfect match for your décor. Give your windows the makeover they deserve with Rebecca Munster Designs!
Looking to add a touch of personality to your room? Rebecca Munster Designs has the perfect solution – stylish wallpaper that will make your space stand out. Whether you’re looking for something fun and quirky or chic and elegant, we’ve got something for everyone. So why not give us a try today?
Soft Furnishings and Upholstery
Our Rebecca Munster Designs range of soft furnishings and upholstery offers high-quality, stylish pieces that will add a touch of luxury to your home. Our products are made from the finest materials and are available in a range of colors and designs to suit any taste. Whether you’re looking for a new sofa, chair, or bedding set, our Rebecca Munster Designs range is sure to have something perfect for you.
Meet The Team
Awesome People Behind Us
Rebecca has always created and with her knowledge of sewing, painting, and colors she set out to put those skills along with her project management, leadership, and business skills to work in one package.
She loves working with her clients to create a wow factor while always balancing the practical and working hard to make it easy!
Rebecca Munster Designs FAQs
When cleaning wooden blinds, start by dusting them off with a soft cloth. If the blinds are dusty or stained, you can use a mild soap and water solution to clean them. Be sure to rinse the blinds thoroughly with clean water after cleaning. You can also use a wood polish to help protect the wood and keep it looking shiny and new.
Special thanks to Boss Security Screens for providing this information!
Plantation shutters are a type of shutter that is made from wood. The louvers (or slats) on a plantation shutter are wider than on a regular shutter, and the panels can be opened and closed to control light and privacy.
This information was provided by Park City Blinds in Utah. You can learn more about them here: https://www.parkcityblind.com/.
The price for plantation shutters range anywhere from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars, depending on the size and complexity of the shutters. Generally, the more expensive shutters are made from a higher quality wood or other materials, and may include features like built-in insulation or humidity control.
Some homeowners may also choose to have their plantation shutters custom-made, which can add to the overall cost. However, custom-made shutters often provide a better fit and look than off-the-shelf versions, so they may be worth the investment for homeowners who want a perfect match for their home décor.
Some plantation shutter installations usually cost around $200-400 per window, depending on the size and style of the shutters. However, pricing can vary significantly depending on the materials used and the level of customization. For example, wooden shutters will generally be more expensive than plastic or vinyl shutters. And if you want extra features like built-in insulation or special finishes, the price will be higher still.
Our friends at Sunburst Shutters in Arizona provided this wonderful information.
Custom blinds can cost a lot of money, depending on the size, type, and brand of blinds. However, you get what you pay for. Pay for inexpensive blinds, then the quality and lifespan will be short-lived.
Generally, the larger the window, the more expensive the blinds will be. Custom blinds can also be more expensive than off-the-shelf options because they are made to order specifically for your windows, the quality is much higher, and you can custom tailor them to your wants.
There are a variety of factors that will affect the cost of custom blinds, so it is important to consult with a professional before making a purchase. Some things to consider include the size and shape of your windows, as well as your preferred style and color. Be sure to ask about any discounts or promotions that may be available.
-Content provided to us from Bloomin Blinds in Dallas, TX.
If you’re not sure how to go about finding a professional to install your custom blinds, your best bet is to do a quick Google search or ask your friends for recommendations. It’s important to find someone who has experience installing custom blinds, as they’ll be able to do it properly and ensure that everything looks neat and tidy when they’re finished.
Here is a nice video showing how to measure for and install blinds for your home.
Rebecca Munster provides the best cordless blinds options. She is a well-known interior designer with over 15 years of experience in the industry.
Munster recommends several great cordless blind options, including Levolor’s Expressions Cordless Wood Blinds and Hunter Douglas’ Silhouette and Duette Cordless Cellular Shades. These products are made to last, easy to install, and look great in any room of your home.
Visit our showroom, or schedule an appointment online to learn more!
There is no easy answer when it comes to custom bedding. It depends on a variety of factors, including what you’re looking for and how much you’re willing to spend. Here are a couple things to consider that might help you make a decision on whether to buy custom bedding:
Quality: Custom bedding is usually made with higher-quality materials than mass-produced bedding. If you’re looking for sheets that will last for years, custom bedding may be worth the investment.
Appearance: Custom bedding can be made to match your specific taste and décor. If you have a unique style or want your bedroom to look extra special, custom bedding can give it that edge.
Thanks to SMJ Studio in Seattle for sharing this information!
Large windows provide great natural light and views, but they can also be a major source of heat gain in the summer and heat loss in the winter. Here are some modern window coverings for large windows that can help you control the amount of light and heat that comes into your home through large windows:
Window blinds: Window blinds are a traditional option for covering large windows. They come in a variety of materials, colors, and styles, and you can choose from manual or motorized operation.
Window shades: Window shades are another popular option for covering large windows. Like blinds, they come in a variety of materials, colors, and styles, and can be manually or motorized operated. Shades also offer more insulation than blinds.
Thanks to our friends Austin Window Fashions for sharing this helpful information!
There are a few different types of window coverings that can be used for doors. Some popular options include door blinds, roller shades, and roman shades. Each type of window covering has its own unique benefits that can make it a good choice for your home.
Door blinds are a great option if you want something that is easy to operate and provides privacy and light control. Roller shades are another option that is easy to use and provides good privacy and light control. Roman shades are a bit more elegant and provide a softer look to a room. They can be made of many different materials, including fabric, which makes them ideal for blocking out light.
Thanks to Peak Window Coverings in Colorado for sharing their ideas!