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Available in six collections that are a Perfect Pairing to Kirsch Vertical Blinds
Coordinates with vane fabric.
Coordinates with slat fabric.
Trim offered in 4 colors.
White - 67171
Off White - 67172
Warm Grey - 67173
Chocolate Brown - 67175
White - 67271
Off White - 67272
Warm Grey - 67273
Chocolate Brown - 67275
Provides the flexibility of raising one blind while keeping the other lowered on extra wide windows or patio doors. Two or three blinds on one headrail are available up to a total maximum width of 144". Minimum innerspace is 1/2" between blinds. Horizontal slat alignment not guaranteed.
Keep your Kirsch Textured Blinds looking their best with routine maintenance. You can clean the blind hanging in place or you can take it down. By tilting the slats down, but not quite closed, you will be able to clean most of the top surface of each slat.
Periodically wipe blinds with a soft cloth, a dusting mitt, or a soft, lightly dampened cloth.
Do not use solvents or abrasive solutions to clean the blind. This will cause damage to the blind which is not covered under warranty.
You may also periodically wipe blinds with the brush attachment from a vacuum cleaner.
Read all installation instructions!
• Make sure that you have all tools and hardware needed
• Check the installation surface (wall, ceiling, or
window frame) to ensure that you have suitable fasteners and tools
for the material.
• Double check the headrail and shade for proper width
and length. If you are installing several sets of shades, be sure
to match them with the appropriate window.
• Check the parts list shipped with the product to
confirm that you have the correct number of brackets.
• Phillips head screwdriver
• Tape measure
• Safety glasses
• Drill/drill bits (1/16" drill bit may be used to
pre-drill for screws)
• 1/4" Wrench (if using extension brackets)
• Hex nutdriver (optional for mounting screws)
• Drywall anchors
There are two types of brackets used for real and faux wood
blinds installation. Bracket appearance and quantity may vary
depending on size and headrail length.
Always use two mounting screws per bracket.
Box bracket (one used at each end)
Center support bracket (spaced evenly between ends)
Preparing box brackets for installation:
• Open the front of the bracket by lifting while
pressing on the bottom of the bracket to release the locking tab.
If your blinds include optional extension brackets or
spacers, you will need to use them to determine mounting hole
locations in Steps 3 and 4.
Align the holes in the box bracket with the desired set of
small holes in the extension bracket, as shown, and temporarily
attach the brackets together using two self-tapping screws per
bracket. Use the installation screws shipped with your blinds and
#8 drywall anchors (not included) to attach the extension brackets
to the wall before final installation of the box bracket to the
NOTE: If the width of the slats on your blinds is
greater than 2", then the plastic spacer must be used as shown to
allow for clearance between the blinds and the window. Blinds with
slats wider than 2" will not function properly without the spacer.
• Position the box brackets at each end of the headrail.
• Position the center support bracket (if included) in
the center, if using only one. If more than one center support
bracket is included, space them evenly along the headrail. Make
sure they will not interfere with the cord mechanism.
• Use a spirit level to check for levelness. and mark
the bracket mounting hole locations, two per bracket, making sure
they are square and equally spaced.
• Continue to step 4A.
Example: Installation on drywall using drywall anchors
and included screws.
Example: Installation in drywall using #8 drywall anchors and
the included screws.
Use two screws per bracket.
Continue to step 5.
• Position the box brackets at each end of the headrail.
Depending on the installation location, box brackets can be
attached using the top, back, or the side holes.
• Mark the location of the desired bracket mounting
holes, two per bracket, making sure they are square and equally
Example: Installation in a wood window frame using the included
screws. Use two screws per bracket. Drill pilot
holes using a 1/16" drill bit. Depending on the installation
location, box brackets can be attached using the top, back, or
• Align the headrail, tilt mechanism facing out, with
• Slide it straight back into the brackets.
• If the headrail can slide from side to side in the box
brackets, use a flat-head screwdriver to bend out the tabs on the
ends of the headrail until it is snug.
• Lower the front of each box bracket and press until
the locking tab clicks into place.
• Remove the binding from the blinds.
NOTE: Some styles may have the hold-down pins
built into the bottom rail.
• Mark the center of the bottom rail.
• Drill 1⁄8" diameter by 1⁄2" deep starter
hole to prevent chipping.
• Tap the hold-down pin into the drilled hole.
• With the hold-down brackets attached to the bottom
rail, lower the blinds to the hold-down bracket mounting surface
and mark the bracket locations.
• Attach the hold-down brackets at the bottom of the
window with the included screws, as shown for your installation
• Slip the hold-down pin into the hole in the bracket.
• Attach the valance clips to the headrail by snapping
the valance clips into the slots on the headrail.
• For outside mount DesignLine valances, attach the
corner to the front and return valances.
• Attach the valance to the valance clips.
• Attach the valance clips to the headrail.
• Attach the pre-assembled valance to the valance clips.
Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" between inside
surfaces of window frame at the top, middle, and bottom, and use
the narrowest width. Do not make any width deductions. Factory
will make the appropriate deductions.
Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" from inside
surface at top of window to sill at the left, middle and right and
use the longest height. If you prefer blind not to touch sill,
deduct 1/4". If there is no sill, measure height to point where
blind is to reach.
Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" between the
outermost points where the blind is to be placed. For optimum
light control, this measurement should extend 3/4" beyond the
window opening on each side (or 1 1/2" for the entire width).
Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" from where top of
blind will be located to top of sill. If there is no sill or if
blind is to overlap window frame, measure to point blind is to
NOTE: Whether you have a protruding or flush mount
application is entirely dependent on the available depth of your
At Kirsch, we're committed to making products and relationships that last. That's why we promise your product will ship on-time, with a complete warranty and a no-risk exchange policy.
Whether you mis-measured or simply changed your mind, if you don't love your custom Kirsch Blind or Shade for any reason, we'll exchange it within 30 days of receipt.
Your investment will last. If any part of your custom Kirsch Blind or Shade breaks or is damaged due to poor workmanship or defect within 10 years of purchase, we'll repair or replace it free of charge.
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