Classic Timeless Shade
This collection provides room darkening option for anytime - morning, noon & night. Ideal for media rooms, bedrooms, and wherever naps are taken.
A. Measure the width about 1 1⁄4” down from the top of the window, which typically is where the installation brackets will be mounted.
Remember to round down to the nearest 1⁄8”.
This measurement is the ordering width of the shade. Do not make any deductions from this width – all necessary deductions will be made automatically when the shade is fabricated.
B. Measure the width at the center and bottom of the window. If the width narrows by more than 1” from the top measurement, the customer should consider an outside mount.
C. Measure the height of the window opening at
three locations, as shown at right, and order
the shortest measurement. Again, make no deductions. All necessary deductions will be
made when the shade is fabricated.
D. Measure window on the diagonal. If the two diagonal dimensions are not exactly the same, it may be more appropriate to specify an outside mount shade for optimal light control and privacy.
E. Measure depth of window for mounting brackets.
A. Measure the desired width and height. To minimize light leakage, it is recommended that the shade overlap the window opening at least 1 1⁄2” on each side, as well as at the top and bottom. As with inside mounts, do not make any deductions from your measurements.
B. Measure the width at the location where you want the shade, and use this measurement as
your ordering width for the shade.
C. Measure the height from where the top of the roller will be located to where you want the bottom of the shade.