By Doris RufOn Dec 01, 2017 Bay Window
Partial inside mounts are where things can get a little tricky. As you can see in the drawing below, the blinds protrude out into the room, but have a small amount of space in between them to allow for the angle positioning.
Measurements are always an important part of the process, but especially for bay windows. Because the windows are at angles with each other, there are a few more measurements to take into account. There are a couple of ways that you can hang blinds in a bay window. An inside mount, a partial inside mount, and an outside mount.
For an inside mount shade, taking your measurements is easy. First, confirm that your window has enough depth to fit your shade by measuring from back to front. Compare this number with with minimum fully recessed depth for your particular product. This can be found under the Measuring and Install Specs tab on the product page. If you windows depth is equal to or greater than this number, you have enough depth to mount your blinds flush with the window frame.
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