Angie M. Larson

larson-angieTitle: Owner
Company: Larson Drapery & Blinds LLC
Location: Canton, SD United States

For more than 15 years, Angie Larson has been providing custom drapery and window covering services for both residential and commercial clients through her company, Larson Drapery & Blinds LLC. She is a Hunter Douglas Showcase Priority Dealer, and she has past experience as a master furrier for a prestigious retail company. As the owner, she is responsible for consulting with clients on their custom window treatment needs and desires, sewing draperies, working with designers, and overseeing all operations of the business.

Ms. Larson is an expert in custom window treatments, embellished drapery, turning pelts into fur coats, and altering bridal and bridesmaids’ dresses, and her excellent handiwork has resulted in being honored as a two-time Lincoln County Honored Homemaker. She became involved in her profession when she was working at the furniture company, Ethan Allen. She acted as the drapery consultant and ordered what was needed for hardware and yardage. After spending some time in the sewing workroom, her husband suggested she establish her own shop, and the rest is history.

In addition to owning her own business, Ms. Larson was also a teacher and for approximately 10 years. She loves learning and reading, and believes that her willingness to learn has attributed to her success. When she is not working, she enjoys teaching piano, singing in the choir, musicals, golfing and spending time with her family, including her four children, 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

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