Smith+Noble products are custom made to your exact measurements. Enter your measurement in inches. Inside mount products will have a slight deduction taken to ensure a proper fit. Outside mounted products should be ordered at the exact width of the area you wish to cover.
Integrate the appearance of side-by-side windows and increase light control options by combining up to three independently operating blinds on one headrail.Minimum width for 2 blinds on One Headrail is 24"; Minimum width for 3 blinds on One Headrail is 36" - not available on 2 1/2" Durawood Blinds.
Standard Ladder: Wood slats come standard with cording and route holes.
Ladder Tape: Practical can be stylish! Add light control and a dash of style. Ladder Tapes cover route holes so sunlight won't poke through when blinds are closed. Cover route holes with Solid Twill Ladder Tape for added style. Ladder tape is only available on 2" blinds.
Routeless Ladder: An ingenious slat design that works without route holes, so even less light shows through when blinds are closed. Minimum width for Routeless is 25".
Cordless Lift System makes raising and lowering of the blind easier, simply push to raise or down to lower. There are no lift cords for a clean, uncluttered look and increased safety for children and pets. Our exclusive design holds blinds securely in any position. The tilt control will be on the left side of the blidn when ordering cordless lift.
Standard lift system allows you to raise and lower your blind with a control cord. The control cord may be placed on the left or the right side of the blind. Cords should be kept out of reach of small children and pets for added safety.
Cord Tilt: Our Blinds come standard with a cord tilt (2 hanging cords). Tilt function allows the slats of the blind to rotate open and closed to let in light and still provide some privacy. You may choose to have a wand tilt instead of a cord tilt. A wand tilt will twist to open and close the slats of your blind. Wand tilt is not available with loop control.
Tilt Position The tilt position is available to be on the left or the right hand side of the blind. This is based on when you are facing the window. Choose the side that is easily accessible.
Cord Position The cord is used to raise and lower your blinds. Choose the left or right side of your blind. We recommend choosing a side that can be reached easily.
For multiple blinds on 1 headrail you will select the tilt and cord position for each blind. We recommend placing your tilt and cord on either side of the blind that is easier to access, you may choose to have the tilt and cord on the same side for each individual blind.
If your window is located in a hard-to-reach place and need the tilt to hang lower, a cord can be requested.
Hold downs: Clips are mounted at the bottom of the window treatment. This option is great for securing your treatment on doors or in windy locations.
Extension Brackets: Used for outside mount installation requiring additional clearance between the window treatment and the mounting surface. Clear obstructions such as molding, window cranks, door handles, etc. Blinds over 72" in width will come with center support brackets.