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Top Down Bottom Up Shades & Blinds

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    24" x 36"
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Features and Benefits of Top Down Bottom Up Window Treatments

  • Combine privacy and light control
  • Lower from top and raise from bottom
  • Versatile light control all around
  • Corded styles operate with 2 cords
  • Cordless styles allow pull as desired

Top down bottom up shades are most commonly used to allow natural light into the room while still maintaining privacy from the street. Position top down bottom up blinds as fully open, fully drawn, or any combination in between with the operation of independent top and bottom rails. For increased child and pet safety, choose cordless top down/bottom up to simply maneuver your shades with handles at the top and bottom. For very tall or hard to reach windows, consider standard top down bottom up lift cords instead of cordless for reachability.

customer reviews for top down bottom up

5 stars

"Looks great"

By Paul from Cary, NC

We are never disappointed buying at Blindsgalore. This is the 3rd or 4th time that we purchased your blinds. They all look great and are easy to install. The latest one was for our 48"x48" bathroom window. We needed a roman shade because of the location. It looks excellent and has received a lot of compliments.

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5 stars

"Was so psyched to find these"

By John from CA

I didn't know of the existence of top-down bottom-up shades, and was super psyched to discover them, they're ideal for where we live--to provide privacy without blocking light, and leaving us a glimpse of the sky. I was nervous about buying something fairly expensive (we needed a very long shade) without seeing it, but they sent a swatch quickly, and were patient and very helpful when I called with questions. The blinds were pretty much exactly as described, which was great. I'm a little handy but not a lot, and was able to install them without problems--my one piece of advice is, especially for longer blinds, make sure to put the attachment points as close to the edge of the blind as suggested, otherwise the force of pulling the cord might bend the aluminum. Not because it's particularly fragile, but with a long bling, there's enough weight that you want to minimize leverage. We've had these up for a few months now and I continue to be pleased by them, and we've gotten compliments.

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