04:36PM | 01/29/07
Member Since: 01/28/07
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I need help. I have arched windows. Because of this, I can't hang my blinds (inside mount) from the top of the window jamb. I do not want an outside mount. I have heard some blind stores talk about installing a Palladium shelf and then hanging the blinds from the shelf. Has anyone heard of this? I want to do this myself. Can anyone tell me how to do this? Thanks.


10:22AM | 10/27/07
Member Since: 10/26/07
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Hi you can install the shelf yourself. The product comes with instructions on how to hang it. The most important part is getting the shelf measured correctly. As long as the shelf is the right size, it is real easy to do.


10:26AM | 10/27/07
Member Since: 10/26/07
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One helpful hint when installing the shelf, make sure it is level. I prefer to use a lazer level when doing this.

Where you get more than just a blind.


09:58AM | 10/29/11
Member Since: 10/29/11
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The Shelves can support a lot of weight and can be created up to 8 Feet. They also come in Unfinished, White, Painted or Stained to match any Hunter Douglas Blind Samples. Check out our site @ to find out more.


01:49AM | 04/24/12
Member Since: 04/24/12
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Hello friend. Installation of the blinds is not so tough if you follow the right guidelines. I also tried installation myself by read some guidelines. Have look at this guidelines


05:55AM | 05/10/12
Member Since: 02/14/12
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You can install them side mounted with the aide of the shelf, but you have to order it from a blinds place, as I don't think its available retail. There's also a product called a "Floating Header" that's fitted to your window and practically invisible, but very pricey. You can also make your own "shelf" but it involves some building (a sort of partial cornice box) and painting it.


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