Blackout window roller shades are visually appealing and allow you to enjoy a room to the fullest even if it has direct sun exposure. Make naptime more comfortable for your little one by placing room darkening shades in a nursery room, or transform a living area into a high-end media
Our blackout shades are made with high-quality materials that last. They are cut to your custom size and can snuggly match any window to block bothersome light and noise. Best yet, they help lower energy bills too. Window roller shades keep heat out in the summer and cold out in the
Blackout Window Roller Shades - Springblinds Collection
- An inexpensive way to insulate any room.
- Available in 5 custom colors.
- Blocks 100% of all sunlight from entering your room.
- Cordless design is perfect for households with small
Decorative cordless window shades are a stylish and affordable solution for any room in your home. Order your blackout window roller shades today and get the most out of your room.
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I ordered outside mount the entire blind length (including housing) came 1/4" shorter than I measured, so it looks like they are allowing some room for inside mount. It still worked fine in my case, just be aware that the total length may not be exact to your measurement. The install was easy and the blind seems to work great so far.
Overall, I am very happy with my purchase - great blind for a reasonable price. Similar quality product would cost you almost twice as much at big box stores.
To get started, first choose the window covering you are interested in. When measuring to fit blinds or shades to your windows, it is important to remember a few key things. Decide if you want an inside mount or an outside mount before you begin the measuring process. A steel measuring tape is much more accurate than cloth measuring tape. Always measure to the nearest 1/8 inch. Don't round to a half or whole inch. Be careful about transposing measurements. Be sure to always have width and height clearly marked. And remember: always put your width measurement first, and height last (W x H). Then read our Measuring Guide.
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