Available in our 6 most popular wood colors.
100% basswood that was Klin dried and coated to protect against harmful U.V rays and scratching.
The 1" wood slat is a timeless classic that will never go out of style.
Our most versatile wood colors with a glossy finish.
Designer valance and upgraded trapezoid bottom bar come standard with Estates
One of our many eco friendly products
Inside Mount: Measure inside the window frame.
Minmum depth of 1 1/2" is required. View depth chart for more information.
Outside Mount: Measure from edge of the molding to the other edge of the molding.
Add 2" to your height if you plan to mount on the wall, compensates for the hardware.
Keep height as is for frame mount
Measure the Width (side to side) of the exact window frame opening on the top, middle and bottom (A, B, C)
Measure the Height (top to bottom) of the exact window frame opening from the left, center and right (D, E, F)
Measure the Depth of the window frame. Make sure to not include inside molding or tracks, only the space that is available to install your blinds.
Measure the Width(side to side) between the two outermost points of the window frame, or the area which is to be covered.
Measure the height(top to bottom) of the outermost point of the frame to the window sill of the bottom of the frame, or from where ever you want your blind to begin to where you want it to end.
Regular: Standard ladder
Intimacy: This feature specially positions the route holes for the slats and ladders, so there is no light from the holes and less light in-between the slats.
Location of the cord or wand that is used to open and close the blinds.
Regular: 2 1/2 plane valance to cover headrail
Designer: 3 1/2 decoractive crown molding valance
Regular: Smooth, effortless lift system hidden behind the shade, evenly raises and lowers shades with the pull of a chain.
Fabric Tape: Decorative tape replacing the cords on the blindFabric tape does not help keep out more lightPrinted fabric tape only has print on the front side.
Spacer blocks are used to clear trims and other obstacles. This allows blinds/shades to move up allows blinds/shades to move up and down without rubbing obstacles.
Yes: Spacer blocks are used to clear trims and other obstacles. This allows blinds/shades to function without without rubbing obstacles.
Hold down brackets prevent blinds/shades from moving. Ideally suited when one needs to install blinds/shade on doors to stop it from moving while opening and closing door.
Yes: Hold down brackets prevent blinds/shades from moving. Ideally suited when one needs to install blinds/shades on doors to prevent from swaying while opening and closing the door.