When to Choose an Outside Mount Blind or Shade
An outside mount is when the blind is mounted up above the window, on the wall, or on the window trim. This is typically done in two situations: if there are obstructions inside your window frame, or if your frame lack sufficient mounting depth for an inside mount. You may also consider an outside mount if your windows are an uneven shape or size, or if you prefer that the window trim not show at all. With an outside mount, you give us the exact measurement of the blind, not the window. The factory will make it to your exact specifications.
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Right Side Standard Lift for Roman Shades - QuickDemo
The standard pull cord is the most common lift control for Roman Shades. Watch this QuickDemo video to see it in action.
When to Choose an Inside Mount Blind or Shade
In this short video, learn when it is best to choose an Inside Mount Blind or Shade.
Best Sliding Glass Door Blinds and Shades
Thinking about upgrading your sliding glass door or patio door with shades or blinds, but not sure if they are right for you? Blinds.com answers the most frequently asked questions customers have before they buy sliding glass door window treatments.
The Benefits of Cordless Lift
Raise and lower your shade with style and ease using a cordless lift system. Learn more in this short video.
Levolor Banded Roller Shades | Features and Benefits
What are the features and benefits of the Levolor Banded Roller Shades
SmartFit for Cellular Shades - QuickDemo
The SmartFit™ system is engineered to provide flexibility in light and privacy control. See it in action with this QuickDemo.