Supplies and Tools:
Bali® coconut blinds
Cordless drill with Bit extender and Phillip tip
Drill bit 3/16
Wall anchors and brackets (included)
George Morco new home in the city of Highland, California. He wanted to install custom blinds in his office. He had purchased a standard lateral blind from a local drapery store. The blind would not fit correctly so he decided to purchase his blinds at The Home Depot. Bali® blinds were exactly the perfect fit for his office window and were easy to install because of the blind care and well written instructions.
The Home Depot web site gives information on Bali® 3.5 valance coconut blinds. George wanted "Bali® faux wood blinds that have many advantages including, added privacy, improved room darkening ability and ease of cleaning. A 3.5" valance is upgrade from standard and the durable steel headrail is guaranteed not to sag, and it has hidden valance clips for a cleaner look." A complete Bali® instructions is located here.
This post shows the eleven steps to installing Bali® Coconut Blinds on an office window.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the office window surrounded by neighboring bushes.
|Fig.2 The office window|
|Fig.3 Bali® boxed blinds|
|Fig.4 Written pictograph|
|Fig.5 Bubble wrapped|
|Fig.6 Boxed hardware|
|Fig.7 Individually wrapped|
|Fig.8 Left Bracket|
|Fig.9 Upper bracket|
|Fig.10 Drilling Support|
|Fig.11 Middle bracket|
|Fig.12 Two end bracket|
Step 9: Fig.13 shows the blind is ready to install. Place each end of the blind into the two upper brackets. Fig.14 shows the blind slats has been opened. Fig.15 shows the cord for the blind that will need to be removed from its packaging.
|Fig.13 Ready to install|
|Fig.14 Hanging blinds|
|Fig.16 Bottom view|
|Fig.18 Job finished|
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