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09/20/2017
By: Gloria N.
Ace Drapery Inc
Wonderful Place!So glad I found these guys. I had two wood blinds that would not open and close anymore. I watched a u tube video on how to take them down, then drove them over to Ace. They repaired both blinds in less than an hour! I picked them up and they were back up in no time.....not only are they efficient but it's a nice little shop to support. Very reasonable price to repair (under $25.00)......near the Mayfair mall in downtown Wauwatosa.Fantastic shop!
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04/18/2015
By: Thedb1938 ..
Wallpaper Wallpaper
4/18/15 I have been a customer at Wallpaper Wallpaper for almost 20 years. The first time I used their resources you could still get wallpaper from Menard's, Sherwin Williams, and even Walmart. I had been searching for weeks for just the right paper and the first time I walked into the store, I found exactly what I wanted - in stock and about half the price of anything I had seen. Two houses later and many wallpaper projects I merely give Mary and Marilu an idea of what I want, and they find a perfect match for me. The quality of their product is only surpassed by their excellent customer service.
02/05/2013
By: jacara
Wallpaper Wallpaper
There are very few places in the metro Milw area that stock ANY wallpaper. This shop had a good variety of stock at very reasonable prices if you have an immediate need and the proprietress was extremely willing to help with my search. She would have ordered any of the patterns for me from the huge selection of vendors' books she had readily available to browse. She did not hover while we checked out her stock and several of the books at our leisure. I wish I was doing a bigger project but was only buying one double-roll. $28 for a double roll of SA Maxwell paper from her stock and there were many double rolls under $20. After checking at Sherwin Williams, Lowes, Home Depot, Menards and other home decorator's shops, the reality is that the big box stores do not stock wallpaper, charge for samples and shipping both ways....making wallpaper almost impossible to shop for online unless you are willing to spend much time, money and aggravation trying to find the right colors/patterns. I know where I will go when I have my next papering project - North Ave & Swan in Wauwatosa!

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