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Please Note: Panel tracks are ordered using the overall width of the area being covered, not using individual panel sizes.
Bali Sliding Panels offer a modern alternative to standard window treatments. Perfect for patio doors, wide windows or as a room divider, these versatile panels slide along a smooth operating aluminum track. Thatch fabric is light filtering and has the soft look of a natural shade. Customize your blind with an upgrade valance or wood cornice, or complete your room with a coordinating shade. For instructions on how to measure for the entire window to be uncovered when the blinds are open, please review the Bali clear opening chart.
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by WaMo from Yakima, WA on July 7, 2013
These sliding panels from Bali are exactly what we needed. We were able to order a sample of several different materials before we selected the "Barley" pattern. The instructions were simple and I was able to easily measure the custom dimensions and install the finished product on my own. Not only do these panels look amazing, they filter out a lot of light without the blackout effect so it is more natural in the room. The installation was simple and the hardware is so light it is sure to never sag. Also, the track is very well made which leads to a very smooth open/close motion. We have already recommended Bali blinds to our friends since they are all commenting on how great they look. They are worth it when you get over the high price tag!
by JA from Colorado Springs, Co on July 2, 2014
Purchased Toffee product - 4 panels - for dining room patio door. Very satisfied with finished product, very preferable to vinyl, vertical blinds. Installed myself and had to "figure out" the attachment of the railing to the wall brackets, due to very skimpy directions. Otherwise, the installation went fine.
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