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  • A peice of JUNK!
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    These blinds are a peice of junk! They are shabby, flimsy and dull colored. The best place to hang them would be in a dark basement, a barn or in a garbage can.

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    cargra September 30, 2014
  • disiaster
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    Everything about this was poor quality. The material was flimsy and cheep, the wood was balsa so it split easily, and the pattern started so far down the blind that it was rolled up completely. the cords tangled every time I unrolled or rolled it up. This was a waste of money. Do not buy this. it was returned.

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    harpersams July 12, 2014
  • really nice inexpensive blinds
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    these blinds are very pretty and inexcpensive, and they were super easy to install. they look great!

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    dkidb July 23, 2011
  • WONDERFUL
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    WONDERFUL!!! i can't wait to hang them and paint the room to match.

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    fwilli April 9, 2011
  • Simple and neat
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    I needed a quick beautification for my kitchen windows which after five years had not been covered. That's because I couldn't decide what I wanted until I saw these simple shades. More beautiful in person, but they're not white as the picture would have you believe. They are a natural color like straw with brown lettering. They quite compliment my orange-ish faux finish kitchen wall. It took eight -36" shades to cover my many windows. They are as lovely as the view I covered. The only hardware you'll need is two nails or hooks (not included) for each shade. Simply hang shade on the nails, making sure the cord apparatus is facing you. I call them "patient shades" because you have to pull the cord slowly to roll them up using your other hand to roll the bottom inward.

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    alivalleygirl December 11, 2009