RV & Motorhome Blinds and Shades

  • Consider privacy, light control and operability
  • Cellular shades insulate in changing climates
  • Hold down brackets key for spaces on the move
  • Go cordless to avoid tangles and small space clutter
  • Best of both worlds privacy with top down/bottom up

When deciding on RV blinds consider your light and privacy preferences. Blinds have tiltable slats that allow precise light control during the day, but can allow for some light seepage when closed. Shades give more privacy and are available in blackout fabrics, however, to allow full sunlight they will need to be raised. The top down bottom up feature on shades allows for light control while still protecting privacy. Consider adding hold down brackets to your blinds they ensure that while your RV is moving, your blinds won’t be.

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Bali® DiamondCell® Motorized Cellular Shades

retail $413.42 $277.00 + an extra 15% off

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Products with this label meet or exceed safety recommendations approved by the Window Covering Manufactures Association (WCMA) and have undergone rigorous third-party testing.

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Size
  • 24" x 36" change
Your selections also include:
  • Cellular / Honeycomb
  • Remote Control / Motorized
  • Bali
  • Horizontal
  • Beige / Neutral
  • Blue
  • Brown
  • Green
  • Purple
  • White / Off-White
  • Yellow / Cream
  • Bathroom
  • Bedroom
  • Dining Room
  • Family Room / Den
  • Kitchen
  • Living Room
  • Office
  • Cellular
  • Fabric
  • Hard-to-Reach
  • Sidelights
  • Energy Efficient
  • Child Safe
  • DiamondCell™
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customer reviews for rv motorhome

4 stars

"Easy Privacy"

By Beachy DYIer from Santa Cruz, CA

Got this blind for a tall bathroom window over a sink. The motor works great. We got the single one blind remote, and it is great pressing a button and getting privacy, no trying to reach over the sink. Blind itself is OK construction, polyester fabric is OK, average. We didn't want the blind sticking out more by putting the batteries for motor behind it, and so we put the battery pack on top of headrail. Being up so high, the battery pack is pretty unobtrusive, so we are happy with that. Figuring out the blind mounting was fairly simple. It took a little longer to figure out the battery pack mounting from the instruction photos, but once we finally understood what was meant, it was not hard to do. I shopped around quite a bit, and for a motorized blind, I am very happy with the price. Also, I picked Bali because it seemed to have the most narrow blinds with the motorized option. Our window was only 19", and we ended up getting the 20" outside mount to fit it.

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