AMITYVILLE NY DESIGNER WINDOW & BLINDS SUPPLIER
CMI Interiors serves the Amityville NY design and build community with wholesale designer window shades and blinds consisting of manual & motorized window coverings, including Drapery & Hardware, Roman Shades, Roller Shades, Shutters & Wood Blinds, Grass Weave Shades, and Tableaux Tracery.
With Motorization and Lighting Control options CMI offers a complete line of interior and exterior shading and light control products including specialty treatments and controls for home and office automation. We are leading in this category with Lutron products and systems of motorized shades and blinds, drapery tracks, and more for Amityville NY area home, condo and property windows. We offer Lutron job site consulting and a professional measuring & installation service for the metropolitan area.
CMI is a premier blinds supplier that works with artisans & technological innovators around the globe to curate materials and options to ensure each window fashion & lighting control project is tailored toward a personalized customer experience.
If you are in the Suffolk County area looking for the leading wholesale trade source of designer window shades and blinds around Amityville – please do not hesitate to give a call:
NY Phone: 917-750-5761
About Amityville NY
Amityville is a village in the town of Babylon in Suffolk County, NY As of a 2020 census it has an approximate population of 9,440 residents. The area that is known as Amityville was originally called Huntington West Neck South. According to lore, in 1846 residents were working to establish a post office and had a meeting which turned into bedlam. One villager is reported to have exclaimed, “what this meeting needs is some amity”. Another version of the origin of the name Amityville is that mill owner Samuel Ireland suggested naming the town for his boat, the “Amity”. The town of Amityville was formally incorporated in 1894 and has remained so ever since. Amityville is bordered by the Suffolk County municipalities of North Amityille and Copiague, and by the Great South Bay to the south.