About Shade Design

We make it personal.

At Shade Design we pride ourselves on providing our clients the highest quality, custom designed window furnishings, creating the best look, and atmosphere, for your home.

Based in the Sunshine Coast, we’re a family business, servicing the greater Sunshine Coast region.

Our custom made products include plantation shutters, internal and external blinds, folding arm awnings, and retractable roof systems. We only provide the highest quality products on the market which are suitable for residential and commercial applications.

White plantation shutters lining the roof of a patio area surrounded with windows, white leather couches, a beige rug and dark wood patio furniture.
Ben and Mell

Our Team

Shade Design’s founder Ben Fisk is a cabinet maker by trade and worked in the industry for 10 years.

In 2007, Ben started fitting window covering products for boutique businesses in Sydney, he started Shade Design 5 years later.

From the first appointment to installation, Ben prides himself in providing our clients the best experience.

Mell Ferreira joined the team in 2015, with her experience as an executive assistant and team manager, she looks after the office support.

We make it personal, we understand our client’s needs so we can deliver the best shade solution for our your home.

How to choose a shade Solution for your home?

As there are so many options, it can be hard to choose a shade system for your home. One of our specialists will come out and assist you. We understand that every house and every client are different, and we’ll help you decide what shade solution would be perfect for your home, providing best functionality and style.

Get in touch

Our projects start with a conversation, where we discuss your vision and evaluate your property for the most suitable shade solution.

Contact us today to get started.

  • Shade Design Australia
  • 25/5 Taylor Ct, Cooroy, Sunshine Coast, QLD 4563
  • 0448 372 814

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