Vertical Blind Alternatives - Shades, Blinds and Drapery
- Ideal for big windows and sliding glass doors
- Coordinates with other window treatments
- Glides smoothly and quietly along a track or rod
- Unique appeal with many fabric choices
- Energy efficient, insulating and light filtering options
For a different look and to complement other window treatments in your home, you have alternatives to vertical blinds for for patio doors and large windows that need a special touch. Vertical cellular shades, custom drapery, sheer vertical blinds and panel track blinds are all a decorative and fresh alternative to vertical blinds. Whether you need extra insulation or a more elegant window treatment that operates smoothly and quietly, you will find a quality selection of woven woods, bamboo, solar screen material and custom fabrics in lots of patterns and textures. Add a decorative touch and high style to patio doors and large windows that deserve special attention.
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Size24" x 36"
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customer reviews for vertical blind alternatives
By Prubinster from North Carolina
These shades are great black-out shades. I added the side channels to cover the light that leaks out of the sides and not only do these channels take care of this leakage, but they also add a sleak, clean look tto the shades. I last ordered Levelor's black-out cellular shades and found them to be very heavy and too thick. The Bali shades seem to be of a slightly higher quality.View this product
"Excellent sliding panels for patio door"
By Bernie from Delaware
My wife and I are very happy with the Bali sliding panels for or patio door. The operate very easily and the panels hang straight and look great. The tracks are well made and very little effort is needed to move the panels into position with the rod at one end. The panel material is all synthetic so it is easy to clean and will last a long time. The installation was a bit tricky getting the 5 support brackets at the same height so the track would snap into it without bending and only an experienced DIYer should attempt this. It is also a two person job and requires working from a step stool. The company can recommend competent installers if you are not up to the task. It took me several hours to install and I am an experienced DIY and engineer. Overall these panels are worth the extra money over some lessor priced models I have seen which do not function as well, are cheaply made, and do want you to trim the bottom to suit which means they are not weighted like these and wont hang straight it they get wrinkled.View this product