How to Measure your Windows for corner & bay windows

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Corner Window - Inside Mount

(Blinds fitting side by side not using link bracket)

Option One
Corner Roller Option One
 
Option Two
Corner Roller Option Two

INSIDE MOUNT CORNER WINDOW

  • Follow standard measuring principles.

Check that the reveal is deep enough to fit the roller system that you are using. Refer to the Projection notes in Specifications. Check for anything that may impede operation of blind e.g. window locks. 

OPTION ONE (Through Blind)

  • Determine which window is the main window from a privacy, light block or aesthetic reason. This will be the “through” blind, as the gap between the blinds will sit in front of the window that the “butt” blind covers.
  • Measure at front of reveal.
  • Measure the width of Blind 1 from point A to B
  • Measure the width of Blind 2 from point C to D to the front of the reveal. Both blinds will sit flush with the front of the reveal. 

OPTION TWO (Butting Blinds)

  • Measure at front of reveal.
  • Measure the width of Blind 1 from point A to B
  • Measure the width of Blind 2 from point C to D to the front of the reveal. Both blinds will sit flush with the front of the reveal.

Note -

  • Reverse roll will provide better coverage and a smaller corner gap than standard roll. A gap in the corner where the blinds meet can not be avoided. It is advisable to not situate the control chains in the corner as they will be difficult to access for operation.
  • It is advisable to not situate the control chains in the corner as they will be difficult to access for operation.
  • Thick fabrics and/or large drops may result in the fabric protruding past the bracket when rolled up. Please allow for this when calculating deductions.

 

Corner Window - Outside Mount

(Blinds fitting side by side not using link bracket)

Option One
Corner Roller Option One
 
Option Two
Corner Roller Option Two

INSIDE MOUNT CORNER WINDOW

  • Follow standard measuring principles.

OPTION ONE (Through Blind)

  • Determine which window is the main window from a privacy, light block or aesthetic reason. This will be the “through” blind, as the gap between the blinds will sit in front of the window that the “butt” blind covers.
  • Measure at front of reveal.
  • Measure the width of Blind 1 from point A to B
  • Measure Blind 2 from point C to D to the front of the reveal. Both blinds will sit flush with the front of the reveal. Deduct the necessary measurement depending on the roller blind system used.  

OPTION TWO (Butting Blinds)

  • Measure at front of reveal.
  • Measure the width of Blind 1 from point A to B
  • Measure the width of Blind 2 from point C to D to the front of the reveal. Both blinds will sit flush with the front of the reveal.
  • Deduct the necessary measurement from both Blinds 1 & 2 depending on the roller blind system used

Note -

  • Reverse roll will provide better coverage and a smaller corner gap than standard roll. A gap in the corner where the blinds meet can not be avoided. It is advisable to not situate the control chains in the corner as they will be difficult to access for operation.
  • It is advisable to not situate the control chains in the corner as they will be difficult to access for operation.


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