Standard headrail configuration also referred to as a 1-on-1 headrail, a single blind is on the headrail.
Allows two independently operated blinds to share one common headrail. Ideal for large window openings that one single blind cannot cover. Provides increased light control plus two smaller blinds are easier to operate than one large blind.
The blind is mounted inside the window opening for a clean, tailored look. When selecting the size of your blinds, enter the exact dimensions of your window opening. Do NOT enter the size of an old/existing blind. The factory will make the necessary deductions for a proper fit. Please make sure your window meets the minimum inside mount depth required to accommodate the brackets, or the flush mount depth if desired. Depth requirements can be found on the product page.
The blind is mounted on the wall or window trim outside and above the window, covering an area larger than the window opening. Outside mount is required if your window opening is not deep enough to install the blind as an inside mount or if you want to make your window appear larger than it is. When measuring your blinds make sure to adjust the size for proper overlap.
Standard lifting system with a crash proof cord lock mechanism used to raise and lower your blinds to any position.
Standard cord lift length is 1/3 of the ordered height of the blind when the blind is in the fully lowered position. Cord will get longer as you raise the blind.
Custom cord lift length for taller windows, windows higher off the ground, or difficult to reach windows. Cord length is when the blind is in the fully lowered position. Cord will get longer as you raise the blind. Recommended that the ordered length is at least 4-feet off the ground and/or out of the reach of children.
Standard tilt option. Traditional method of tilting the slats open or closed. When you rotate the wand in one direction, the slats open, and when you rotate it in the opposite direction, the slats will close. Recommended for homes with children and/or pets.
Cord tilt consists of 2 cords that rotate the horizontal slats open or closed by pulling on either tilt cord. The cord pulley system allows for tighter closure of the slats. The tilt cords will coordinate with the lifting cords, providing a uniform appearance.
Standard cord tilt length is 1/3 of the ordered height of the blind when the blind is fully tilted closed, for the fully extended tilt cord.
Custom cord tilt length for taller windows, windows higher off the ground, or difficult to reach windows. Cord length is when the blind is in the fully tilted position, for the fully extended tilt cord. This is the maximum cord length, cord will shorten when blinds are tilted open. Recommended that the ordered length is at least 4-feet off the ground and/or out of the reach of children.
Notches at the back of each slat take the place of routing holes, allowing for increased privacy and light control. Provides tighter slat closure and gives a cleaner sleek appearance.
The Crown valance is 3 1/4" tall with a decorative crown molding style design.
The Urban Flat valance is an optional 3 1/4" tall valance with a modern design.
Select this option if your mounting depth is at least 3 1/2" deep and you want a flush inside mount. If your window opening depth is not deep enough for a flush inside mount then we recommend the 1 1/4" side returns.
If you do not have enough depth for a flush inside mount then select this option. The valance will be wider than the blind and the side returns will provide a finished look covering the exposed headrail sides.
Designed to cover the sides of the headrail on outside mount blinds providing a clean, finished look.
Custom side returns made to the size required for your unique installation. View the measuring instructions for this product to properly measure for these side returns
Standard valance clip that hooks to the back of the valance and onto the headrail.
This innovative valance clip attaches the valance to the blind with magnets that are hidden from view from the front of the blind, providing a clean appearance. Allows for easy removal and placement of the valance on the blinds. Recommended for extended durability. Not recommended for blinds mounted to doors.
Select this option for the standard valance width. The standard valance width is based on the selected mount type and valance side returns. This is the option selected for the majority of installations.
Intended to cover a single blind the custom valance will be made to a specific width unique to your installation. If selected you will be prompted to enter the exact valance width desired. Reference the measuring instructions for this product to properly measure for a custom valance. Valances with a finished size over 96" wide will be center spliced (miter-cut).
Select this option for all of the blinds that will share this common valance. Price is per blind.The common valance is intended to cover multiple side-by-side blinds. If selected you will be prompted to enter the total valance width. The valance width will be factory adjusted based on the side return type selected. Reference the measuring instructions for this product to properly measure for a common valance. Valances with a finished width over 96" wide will be center spliced (miter-cut).
Selected this option for the first blind added to the cart that shares this common valance. Quantity must be 1. All other blinds that share the common valance will select the Additional Blind option. IMPORTANT: Remember the Line Item Number from your shopping cart for this blind.IMPORTANT: Primary Blind must be added to the shopping cart before the Additional Blind(s).
Select this option for all other blinds that share the common valance with the primary blind. Allows production to properly track which blinds share the common valance.
Mounted on the wall or door to support the bottom rail of the blinds, preventing the blinds from swaying. Recommended for French Doors. Available on outside mounts only.
Spacer blocks are used with mounting brackets to provide 3/8" of additional space between the mounting surface and the blinds. Typically used for clearance when installing blinds above raised trim, molding or window framing. Available on outside mounts only.