Welcome to Eyes Rite Optical
Your Optician in Bellingham, WA.

Call us at (360)-733-3565 today.

Welcome to Eyes Rite Optical in Bellingham. Al and Katherine Bordeville andthe Eyes Rite Optical team strive to provide the finest in optical services. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our optical services, and invite you to join our patient family by scheduling an appointment at our Bellingham office.

Family-owned and operated since 1986 by siblings Katherine and Al Bordeville, Eyes Rite Optical is a proud local brick-and-mortar optical shop offering attractive frames for any budget. With a wide variety of styles, colors, textures, and sizes, there's something here for everyone.

We offer the highest level of care for all your needs -- frames, lenses, contact lenses, exams, repairs; we do it all!

Have something in mind that we don't already carry? We're happy to help you find and special order.

Can't decide what frame will work best for your personal charm and style? Let us help!

Katherine and Al have been serving as opticians in the Bellinham-area community since 1986. They're please to host Boyce Wilf O.D. as their in-house optometrist, offering exams by appointment.

Bellingham opticians | Eyes Rite Optical | (360)-733-3565

311 Telegraph Rd
Bellingham, WA 98226

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  • Al Bordeville

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  • Katherine Bordeville

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    Boyce Wilf

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I Have been going here for years, very knowledgeable and friendly staff."
    Michael Butayev
  • "I have been going here for years, & the quality of service is A-1! The staff is friendly, & Dr. Wilf is wonderful!!"
    Juel Hardy
  • "I have tried other places, but found Eyes Rite to be a one of the few shops that actually have frames that fit my head, and that I like the style. Good service and always get my orders right"
    Rachel Andrews
  • "Great experience. Totally helpful staff, and I just love my glasses. Crocs brand, no-less!"
    Danny Unger
  • "Great customer service! my daughter broke her glasses and I was able to order a new pair over the phone with no issues!"
    Willow Cook
  • "Optometrist spot on. All involved gave excellent and cheerful service."
    Christine Brashears