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Sugar & Spice Draperies and Shades, LLC

Sugar & Spice Draperies and Shades, LLC Full-service custom window treatment and soft furnishings workroom serving the entire Houston Area

Sugar & Spice Draperies and Shades, LLC

2105 Crossbay Ct
League City Texas 77573
United States

(713) 357-8723

Business Description

Sugar & Spice Draperies and Shades, LLC, operated by Rachel Lusk and Terri BOOSER, is a full service custom window treatment and soft furnishing workroom that serves the entire Houston Area, including The Woodlands, Galveston, Katy, and Humble. Rachel and Terri are dedicated to providing the best custom window treatments and the highest quality workmanship. They also provide expert customer service. Their commitment to the business, as well as their fun and friendly approach to the process, is meant to exceed clients' expectations. If you are a homeowner or an interior designer in need of a professional workroom, the Sugar & Spice team of Rachel and Terri want to work with you

Business Hours

Monday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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About League City

League City is a city in the U.S. state of Texas, in Galveston County, within the Greater Houston metropolitan area. The population 114,392 at the 2020 census.The city of League City has a small portion north of Clear Creek within Harris County zoned for residential and commercial uses. It is home to several waterside resorts, such as South Shore Harbor Resort and Conference Center and Waterford Harbor and Yacht Club Marina, popular with residents of nearby Houston. Between 2000 and 2005, League City surpassed Galveston as Galveston County's largest city. == History == League City was settled at the former site of a Karankawa Indian village. Three families, the Butlers, the Cowarts, and the Perkinses, are considered to be founding families of the city. The Winfield Family has also recently been acknowledged as a founding family by the City Government. The Cowart family settled on a creek now called Cowart's Creek after them (now often called "Coward's Creek"). The Perkins family built on a creek notably lined with magnolia trees and named it Magnolia Bayou. The Butler family settled inland.

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