Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 09:31:00 AM. . By Céline Tubbs.
If you have the cash at hand it's certainly worth investing in a set of real wooden blinds. There's nothing wrong with a faux set; for the large part they successfully mimic the finish, but they lack the character and charm. With a good set of wooden blinds you don't have the issue of them weighing the head bar rail down, as they're much lighter. This also means that you can have just one large blind covering a large window - rather than multiple blinds split into sections.
Before you can begin installing your blinds you need to make sure that you have all the necessary equipment to hand. As well as the blind kit you are going to need a screwdriver, an electric drill, a pen or pencil as well as a laser or spirit level. The reason we suggest buying a blind kit is that these come with all the necessary hardware not just for installing the blinds but also for operating them. So what steps will you need to take to ensure that you hang your blinds correctly? In this article we look at the steps you will need to take.
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