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Cord Lift with Wand Tilt: A wand attached to the headrail tilts the slats open or closed. A color-coordinated cord raises and lowers the blind.
Cord Lift with Cord Tilt: A color-coordinated cord tilts the slats open or closed. A second color-coordinated cord raises and lowers the blind.
Cordless Lift with Wand Tilt: Use the wand attached to the headrail to tilt the slats open or closed. Raise and lower the blind by pulling on the bottomrail. Safer alternative for homes with kids or pets and provides a more streamlined look.
Cordless Lift with Cord Tilt: Use the cord attached to the headrail to tilt the slats open or closed. Raise and lower the blind by pulling on the bottomrail. Safer alternative for homes with kids or pets and provides a more streamlined look.
By default, we use a wand tilt hook color that best coordinates with the color of your blind. However, you can choose a specific color instead. If you choose a specific color for the wand tilt hook, we recommend choosing the same color for the tassel to create a consistent look.
Choose which side of the window treatment should have the lift control, which could be a cord or a cord loop. Think about the placement of the window and any furniture or obstacles in the room, and choose the side that's most accessible.
For a single blind: Lift control can be positioned on the left or right. For multiple blinds on one headrail: Lift controls must be positioned to the outside and the cord operates the bottomrail.
Choose which side of the blind should have the tilt control, which could be a wand or a cord. Think about the placement of the window and any furniture or obstacles in the room, and choose the side that's most accessible.
For multiple blinds on one headrail, Tilt Position must be on the opposite side of the Lift Position on each blind.
Standard route holes are small holes cut into the blind's slats that allow the ladder cording to pass through. To increase light control and privacy, choose one of the options below instead.
NoHoles™ are innovative notches at the back of each slat that guide the ladder cording and eliminate standard route holes, improving privacy and light control. Not available with all options.
Cloth tapes are stylish bands of fabric that cover the standard route holes on each slat, protecting privacy and allowing less light to slip through.
Valance returns create the sides of the valance, covering the exposed headrail and providing a finished look.
If you chose outside mount for your mount type, you'll need valance returns.
If you chose inside mount, you don't need valance returns as long as there's enough window depth so that the window treatment and valance both mount flush with the front of the window frame. If your window treatment even partially juts out beyond the window casing, choose valance returns.
Entering your window's location for each blind or shade helps you better track multiple products in one order.
Hold Down Brackets
Hold Down Brackets
Hold down brackets prevent door-mounted window treatments from bouncing around as the door is opened or closed. They can also be used to secure window-mounted treatments subjected to heavy wind exposure. They're not recommended for motorized window treatments.
Cord cleats anchor cords to the wall, keeping them out of reach of kids or pets. Cord cleats are available for all window treatments with lift cords. Clear cord cleats are complimentary. For a more decorative touch, purchase a cord winder or brass cleats in a decorative or antique style.