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    • General tips

      Use a metal measuring tape to ensure accuracy.
      Round down to the nearest 1/8".
      Measure every window, even if they appear identical.
      If you're measuring more than one window in a room, work from left to right and label every window.
      Download a handy worksheet here.

      Mounting inside window frame

      Inside mounts provide a finished, built-in look, without covering the window molding. You need a minimum of 2" unobstructed mounting depth within your window frame (most product styles). If your frame isn't deep enough for the style you've chosen, use an outside mount.

      Please note that inside mounted treatments will have a light gap; if you need maximum light control and privacy, consider an outside mount.

      1. Measure the inside width as indicated below:

      Your blind or shade will be made slightly smaller than the size you specify to allow operating clearance. Do not add to the size of your product for a tighter fit. If you do, it will not fit properly inside your window.

      2. Measure the frame depth from the closed window, or any obstacle such as a window handle, crank or alarm sensor, to the edge.

      Obstacles can interfere with your treatment's operation, and you may wish to consider an inside mount.

      Mounting outside window frame

      Outside mounts can make a window appear larger. When windows are not square, or there is insufficient frame depth for inside mounting, an outside mount is recommended.

      Please note that a minimum of 2" flat surface above the window or on the window frame is required for mounting brackets (most product styles).

      1. Measure the outside width of the area you wish to cover. If space allows, we recommend adding overlap to reduce light per the chart below. This is your ordering width.

      2. Measure the height of the area you wish to cover. If space allows, we recommend adding overlap to reduce light per the chart below. This is your ordering height.

      Download complete measure guide.
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    • Inside Mount blinds or shades are contained within your window frame. Our Natural Woven Shades require at least a 1 1/2" frame depth for Inside Mount. You may prefer Inside Mount because it provides a finished, built-in look without covering your molding. Inside Mount also allows more clearance if you plan to layer Drapery, a Valance or Cornice over your shades. Before choosing Inside Mount, be sure to check your windows for "squareness", since Inside Mounted shades will not operate properly or hang attractively if windows are not "square." Click Measure Guide for details.

      Outside Mount blinds or shades are mounted on your wall or molding (rather than within the confines of your window frame). Even if your windows have enough frame depth (1 1/2") for Inside Mount, you may prefer the extra room darkening and privacy Outside Mount provides, since greater window coverage reduces light leak at shade edges.

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    • 2-on-1 Headrail Integrating two separate, independently operating shades on a single valance and headrail can make side-by-side windows look like a single unit, while providing more light control and flexibility in operating your shades, since each has its own lift cord. This upgrade is also recommended for large windows and/or heavier woven materials.

      Specify the left and right width for each side. Total width of the left and right blind must equal the overall width. 2-on-1 Headrail is required for shades greater than 96" wide.

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    • Though Natural Woven Shades are beautiful on their own, many shoppers choose to add fabric Edge Binding to artfully frame shades' sides + bottom, while adding a dash of color and great textural contrast. Select from 1/2", 5/8" or 1 1/2" wide Solid Twill or 2 1/2" wide patterned styles.
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    • Lift System
    • The light + airy nature of many of our woven shade materials may make lining desirable, especially for nighttime privacy.

      (Shown Left) Unlined, Natural Wovens allow light to filter through


      Our Privacy Lining enhances the insulation value of your shades. Both Privacy + Blackout Linings are available in off-white or khaki colors to complement your chosen shade material; off-white colors may vary slightly depending upon woven material selected. For nurseries, bedrooms, media rooms and anywhere complete light blocking is desirable, select Blackout Lining. All Blackout Linings have a white streetside appearance. Blackout lining is not available with material Kaza/Stone 12125

      (2276 Blackout Off-White, Shown Left) With lining, light is blocked

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    • No charge option Hold-Down Clips are mounted at the lower corners of your shades to prevent the bottoms from moving; a great choice for shades mounted on doors or in windy locations


      Your shades will have a standard clearance of approximately 1/2" from the mounting surface. Extension Brackets project your shades further away - 1 1/2" in total - from the mounting surface, allowing them to clear obstacles such as door handles, window operating cranks and molding. Extension Brackets may only be used for Outside Mount, and may not be combined with Loop Control upgrade.
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