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Custom Window Treatments & Installation Noblesville, IN

Your local window covering specialists. With the best custom window treatments for your home including blinds, shutters, shades, and more.

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From Factory Floor to Your Door in Noblesville, IN

WindowDecor is a family-owned and operated company that was founded in 1993 by Daniel Leadingham. Daniel founded WindowDecor with the goal of providing his community with timely and cost effective window coverings by offering a “from factory floor to customer’s door” level of service.

We encourage you to take advantage of our knowledge and experience by scheduling a free consultation to allow us to help guide you through all the decisions you’ll be making to turn your house into a home. From project design to installation, from manufacturing to warranty, WindowDecor looks forward to helping you accomplish your vision. Come see why we are the most referred Window Covering company in Noblesville, IN!

We know blinds.

Plantation shutters, roman shades, interior blinds, exterior porch enclosures — if you have a window, we can help you make it look stunning.

We are an end-to-end shop. That means we:

  1. Consult to help you find the right window coverings.
  2. Design and produce these window coverings (nearly all are made in the USA)
  3. Professionally Install them directly in your home or commercial project.

You…

  • Don’t need to pay for consultation or measurements
  • Don’t need to work with a middleman
  • Don’t need to hire an outside installer

Trusted in Noblesville, IN for More Than 30 Years

Businesses and home owners trust us to cover their windows.

Working with WindowDecor

Feel confident in your decisions.

You can make all of these decisions about plantation shutters and exterior shades on your own. You really can. But do you want to?

For decades now our team has been helping customers in Noblesville, IN find beautiful and creative new ways to enjoy their homes. We do this work day in and day out. We can help you save time and save money by finding what you want quickly. We would love to have you join us and see for yourself how good it feels to be working with a company that cares.

SIMPLICITY

You work with one company from start to finish. We design, manage, and install your window treatment project — inside and outside.

SAVE ON COSTS

With us bringing savings from the factory floor to your home you can be confident you’re getting the best deal!

OVER-THE-TOP SERVICE

See why our customers love us and why they come back time after time for the best quality, service, and products.

PROFESSIONAL PRODUCT

While you do save on costs, we don’t skimp on professionalism and a high-quality product. We stand behind our work. 100%.

Rated 5 Stars by Our Customers!

We are WindowDecor.

Serving Noblesville, IN and surrounding communities.

For three generations, WindowDecor has specialized in building and selling blinds and various window coverings. We work directly with you, the homeowners, to give you professional expertise without the added costs.

Noblesville’s history dates to 1818 when the government purchased the land which is now Hamilton County from the Native Americans in this area. William Conner, the only settler living in the area at the time, and his wife Mekinges Conner, a Lenape woman, established the first trading post in central Indiana in 1802 and lived in the area’s first log cabin. William Conner and Josiah Polk laid out what is now downtown Noblesville in 1823, which was designated as the Hamilton County seat in 1824 and incorporated in 1851. Conner’s 1823 home is now one of a village of historic buildings that make up Conner Prairie Pioneer Settlement, a living history museum south of Noblesville in Fishers.

Noblesville was named either for James Noble, one of the first two U.S. senators from Indiana, or, according to legend, for Lavina Noble of Indianapolis, to whom Josiah Polk was engaged.

The Peru and Indianapolis Railroad was completed through town in 1851, strengthening the town economically and causing the population to increase. In 1875 work began on the town’s second railroad, the Anderson, Lebanon and St. Louis, later known as the Midland.:122

The city’s first large growth period occurred during the Indiana gas boom, with the discovery in 1888 of Noblesville’s first natural gas well near 11th and Pleasant streets. Many Victorian homes, as well as most of the downtown commercial district, were built during this time of prosperity. The city has undergone another increase recently as its population grew from 28,590 in 2000 to 51,969 in 2010. This growth echoes the increase in population of much of southern Hamilton County due to its proximity to Indianapolis.

Noblesville was once noted for its flour mills, the mostly widely known of which was the Noblesville Milling Company, producer of Diadem and Kismet flours. In 1925, the manager of the company offered to buy uniforms for the local high school athletic team in exchange for the school adopting the nickname “Millers”. The nickname persists to this day.

Other prominent businesses included the Union Sanitary Manufacturing Company, the American Strawboard Company and Firestone Industrial Products.

Among the notable disasters that have struck the town are the Great Flood of 1913, an interurban wreck on the courthouse square in 1919,:126 and the Goeke fire of 1967. The fire, which began at the Paul Goeke auto dealership just off the square, destroyed two buildings and killed a firefighter’.

The old Hamilton County Sheriff’s Residence and Jail on the southwest corner of the courthouse square in downtown Noblesville is now the home of the Hamilton County Museum of History. As a working jail, it once housed Charles Manson as a teenager and D. C. Stephenson, former Grand Dragon of the Indiana Ku Klux Klan. The Stephenson trial, which took place in the adjoining Hamilton County courthouse in 1925, broke the power of the Klan in Indiana and drew national attention to Noblesville. Stephenson was convicted of second-degree murder in the death of Madge Oberholtzer.

During the early 1920s, Noblesville was one of several Indiana towns where the Ku Klux Klan was active, but the Klan’s influence quickly faded after Stephenson’s conviction. In 1973 Klansmen staging a march in Noblesville were met by counter-demonstrators carrying anti-Klan placards.

In 1995, a local contractor stumbled across a trunk containing Klan paraphernalia and membership records from the 1920s. The debate over how to handle the sensitive issue again put Noblesville in the national spotlight. The Hamilton County Historical Society, which received donated materials, opted to keep the public from seeing the former members’ names.

Noblesville also attracted national media attention in 1965 when Noblesville Daily Ledger editor James T. Neal was charged with contempt by Hamilton County Circuit Court judge Ed New. Neal’s fight for the First Amendment went before the Indiana Supreme Court. In May 2018, it drew national attention again as the Noblesville West Middle School was the site of a school shooting with a teacher and student injured.

Noblesville is located in central Hamilton County at 40°3′0″N 86°1′17″W / 40.05000°N 86.02139°W / 40.05000; -86.02139 (40.049935, −86.021462). It is bordered to the north by Cicero, to the south by Fishers and Carmel, and to the west by Westfield. A narrow portion of Noblesville extends east to the Madison County line, where it is bordered by the town of Ingalls.

Noblesville is 23 miles (37 km) north-northeast of downtown Indianapolis. Indiana State Road 37 is the main highway through the city, running east of downtown. It leads south to Interstate 69 in Fishers and thence to Indianapolis, and northeast 43 miles (69 km) to Marion. Conner Street, carrying state routes 32 and 38, is the main east–west road through the center of Noblesville. SR 32 leads east-northeast 18 miles (29 km) to Anderson and west 6 miles (10 km) to Westfield, while SR 38 leads east-southeast 14 miles (23 km) to Pendleton and northwest 13 miles (21 km) to Sheridan. Indiana State Road 19 runs north from Noblesville, leading 17 miles (27 km) to Tipton.

According to the 2010 census, Noblesville has a total area of 32.785 square miles (84.91 km2), of which 31.37 square miles (81.25 km2) (or 95.68%) is land and 1.415 square miles (3.66 km2) (or 4.32%) is water.