J Geiger

A New Way to Shade

For years, bulky blinds have marred the streamlined aesthetic of modern homes. Roller shades are “hidden” in large, cumbersome boxes above the window frame, and ceiling pockets are costly and create unsightly seams. Why do we try so hard to hide something that has the potential to be perceived as an architectural finish?

With J Geiger’s patented shading system, cutting edge technology meets a sleek, minimalist design perfected to compliment any window. Each installation is custom-installed and measured for the most precise fit. There is nothing to hide, and the shades will never interfere with the clean lines of a modern interior. “To be modern is to be clean, intelligent, uncomplicated, and stunning,” says James Geiger, J Geiger’s founder and president.

In addition to their standard hard-wired system, J Geiger has introduced a new line of rechargeable battery powered motors perfect for retrofit and new renovations. One charge lasts a year and is as easy to recharge as plugging in a phone. Each system J Geiger offers can be integrated into other home control systems providing an easy, centralized way to control the shades.

J Geiger is setting a new standard in custom shading. Specify J Geiger Shading Technology in your next project.


Innovation is what drives J Geiger Shading. Everyone has windows, but not every window requires the same solution. Since each space varies in uniqueness, J Geiger strives to meet every expectation with a seamless, complementary design.

From fabrics to installation, J Geiger shades are custom-manufactured for each project and installed exclusively by in-house specially trained technicians to ensure the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction.

For 20 years, James designed and created high-end media systems for people who demanded the best. In his quest for minimalistic design and beauty, James designed a shading system that no other company could match. Its simple and unique elegance is why J Geiger is found in some of the most exclusive homes and offices in places like New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Aspen, Seattle and Charleston.