Laura Hawley, Owner


The Shoppes at Village Square
718 DeKalb Pike
Blue Bell, PA, 19422
United States
Phone: 267-898-0200
Fax: 2673715158

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At Ambiance Design you will find more than great window coverings. Whether you are shopping for a single window treatment, redecorating your entire house or seeking the solution to a complex design challenge, you'll find great people who have the knowledge and expertise to help you put it all together. Our experienced team is led by Laura Hawley, once a Product Manager and Installation Service Field Manager at Hunter Douglas. Her unparalleled knowledge of Hunter Douglas products ensures that from shutters to hard-wired motorized shades, working with Laura and Ambiance Design will help complete your vision of the perfect living space. Ambiance Design proudly serves Bucks County, Montgomery County, and the greater Philadelphia area. We are locally owned and operated, and we take our long-term commitment to the community seriously. We are here now - and we'll be here in the future when you need us again.

Our Showroom exhibits a vast array of Hunter Douglas blinds, shades and shutters.

Monday to Friday: 10AM-5PM
Saturday: 10AM-3PM
Sunday: Closed     





Laura Hawley is the principal and owner of Ambiance Design, a firm located in Fort Washington, Pa. that sells and installs custom window treatments. She started the business six years ago after losing her 10-year job during the economic downturn of 2008. Hawley started out using the installation skills she learned while working for the manufacturer. She would take crews of installers all over the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast region installing window treatments at hotels and other commercial job sites. Ambiance Design doubled its sales goals in the first year and has grown nearly 700 percent since 2009. Her most favorite community service is with Bucks-Mont NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry). Hawley participated in several service projects with NARI, including helping to rebuild a damaged Boy Scout camp and installing a new roof for a family in need. The project she holds dearest to her heart was for a local disabled Marine veteran. Hawley served seven years in the Air Force, and was awarded a medal for service in Desert Storm.