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Custom Faux Wood Blinds

• Our unique NuWood™ material ensures the highest quality at an incredible value.
• Highly durable NuWood™ material will not warp, crack, or fade.
• Custom Scheduling with 6-channel remote and easy-to-use app.
• Easy Customization – Choose from 3 distinct style packages, complete with decorative valance, wand and tassel, to complement your home’s interior.
Colors Motorization Options How to Measure How to Install Tech-Specs

Motorization


 
 

Control light and privacy with a simple click

Upgrade to LEVOLOR’s motorized options to tilt your wood slats open and close using a remote control or the LEVOLOR app.

 

LEVOLOR App
(with Premium 6-Channel Remote only)

Note: LEVOLOR Premium 6-channel remote is required in order to use the LEVOLOR app; Basic 3-channel remote is not compatible with app.

Premium 6-Channel Remote
 

Basic 3-Channel Remote
 

 

Comparison Chart

comparison chart
 

LEVOLOR App



LEVOLOR’s Bluetooth® enabled app allows you to schedule your window coverings to adjust automatically on a timed schedule, when paired with the Premium 6-Channel Remote.

Our unique technology allows users to program a schedule on the app while they are within range of the window covering and remote, and it will still operate once they leave the home. However, the app can not be used to adjust the programmed schedule while away from the home. The device with the app must be within the range of the remote and window covering to change the schedule.

 

bluetooth Bluetooth technology is a short-range wireless connection between electronic devices. Users need to be close by or “within range” in order for the devices to connect and talk to one another. LEVOLOR defines “within range” as being in the same room.

 

Premium Remote

Download the LEVOLOR App on your Apple and Android devices to walk through the pairing process. Use the App's scheduling function to program your window coverings to adjust automatically, while you're at home or away.

Copies of the LEVOLOR Remote Control Guide along with "How to Pair the Remote" videos are available to help walk you through the setup and operation of the 6-channel remote control.

Quick Pairing Guide: Add a blind to a GROUP.

  1. To begin program mode press and hold the stop button on remote until the white program light starts flashing
  2. Select GROUP 1 (blue light above 1 button will blink)
  3. Press and HOLD the manual control button on the window covering
  4. While continuing to hold the manual control button on the window covering, press and HOLD the up arrow on the remote
  5. Hold BOTH buttons until the window covering moves slightly up and down (should only take a few seconds)
  6. Release both buttons
  7. To end program mode, press and hold the stop button on remote until the white program lights stops flashing

The remote will now operate the blind when Group 1 is selected. Repeat steps 1-7 to add blind to groups 2-6 if desired.

 
 

Basic Remote

"How to Pair the Remote" videos are available to help walk you through the setup and operation of the 3-channel remote control.

Note: The LEVOLOR 3-channel remote will NOT pair with the LEVOLOR app. TO use the app you must purchase the 6-channel remote control.

Quick Pairing Guide: Add a blind to a GROUP.

  1. To begin program mode press and hold the stop button on remote until the red program light starts flashing
  2. Select GROUP 1 (Green light above 1 button will blink)
  3. Press and HOLD the manual control button on the window covering
  4. While continuing to hold the manual control button on the window covering, press and HOLD the up arrow (open) on the remote
  5. Hold BOTH buttons until the window covering moves slightly up and down (should only take a few seconds)
  6. Release both buttons
  7. To end program mode, press and hold the stop button on remote until the red program lights stops flashing

The remote will now operate the blind when Group 1 is selected. Repeat steps 1-7 to add blind to groups 2 & 3 if desired

 
 

Options


 

Style Packages

Select the package that best fits the style of your room.


Traditional Chestnut Valance
Traditional Chestnut Tassel & Wand

Traditional

An established look with sharp lines and fine details.


Featured

Real Wood - Chestnut

 
Transitional Chestnut Valance
Transitional Chestnut Tassel & Wand

Transitional

A symmetric aesthetic with clean, balanced lines.


Featured

Real Wood - Chestnut

 
Contemporary Chestnut Valance
Contemporary Chestnut Tassel & Wand

Contemporary

Softened curves and sweeping lines.


Featured

Real Wood - Chestnut

 
Classic Value White Valance
Classic Value White Tassel & Wand

Classic Value

Basic style. Entry level faux wood only.


Featured

Faux Wood - White

 

Slat Size

Select which slat size best suits your style or window application.


Traditional Chestnut Valance

2" Slat

For a proportioned look and standard window sizes

Traditional Chestnut Valance

2-1/2" Slat

For larger windows and a grander view

 

Tilt Control


Motorized

Control tilt with a remote or easy to use app.

Wand Tilt

For a cleaner look.

Cord Tilt

For quick tilt control.

 

Lift Control


Cordless Image

Cordless

Simple design for smooth, dependable operation.

Corded

Standard operation.

 

Light Control and Privacy


Privacy Slat

Edge routing provides tighter closure to minimize light and increase privacy and security.

Standard Slat

Default routing feeds cords through the slots.

 

Mounting Options


Multiple Blinds Per Headrail

Operate up to three blinds individually on the same headrail.

Inside Mount

For a flush and framed look.

Outside Mount

For shallow window frames.

 
 

Decorative Tapes


Personalize your blinds with coordinating solid or patterned tapes.

 

WHISPER

00140

BLUSH

WH005

MODERN SCROLL SAND

NU008

MODERN SCROLL MINK

BR002

MINK

00138

 

SUNTAN

00352

HARVEST

00301

MOCHA

00378

NANTUCKET STRIPE MINK

01237

BORDEAUX

00755

 

SNOW

00110

WHITE SCROLL

01201

MIST

GY003

SMOKED GRAY

GY002

BLACK

00890

 

How to Measure


 
 
Measure For Inside Mounting

Measuring For Inside Mount Wood Blinds

For a beautiful framed look

Find Width:

Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. between inside surfaces of window frame; at the top, middle, and bottom. Record the narrowest width of the three.

Find Height:

Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. from inside surface at top of window to top of sill; at the left, middle, and right. Record the tallest height of the three.

Find Depth:

Measure exact depth of window casing making note of any obstacles i.e. handles, tracks or cranks that could interfere with the blind function. Use the shortest depth.

 
 
Measure For Outside Mounting

Measuring For Outside Mount Wood Blinds

For increased light control and privacy

Find Width:

Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. between outermost points where blind is to be placed. Measurement should overlap each side of window frame by at least 1 1⁄2 in.

Find Height:

Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. from where top of blind will be located to top of sill, or measure to point of blind reach if no sill.

 

Window and Measuring


Window Components

Collectively, the sill and jambs are called the "window casement" or "frame".

Inside Mount

Blind fits within window opening.

Great for windows with beautiful trim.

Outside Mount

Blind mounts outside window opening.

Increased light control and privacy.

 
 

Multiple Blinds on One Headrail

Provides the clean appearance of a single blind with the ability to operate each blind independently.

Can be mounted inside or outside.

Can be 2-on-1 or 3-on-1, depending on width of window. 2-on-1 is shown in image above.

 

How to Measure Two Blinds on One Headrail (2-on-1 Headrail)


INSIDE MOUNT (IM) INSTALLATION

MEASURE WIDTH

Overall Blind Width - Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. between inside surfaces of window frame; at the top, middle, and bottom.

Left Blind Width - Measure the width that you want the left blind to cover. Order this blind first when placing your order

Right Blind Width - Measure the width that you want the right blind to cover.

MEASURE HEIGHT

Overall Blind Height - Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. from inside surface at top of window to top of sill; at the left, middle and right. Record the tallest height of the three.

MEASURE DEPTH

Overall Blind Depth - Measure exact depth of window casing making note of any obstacles i.e. handles, tracks or cranks that could interfere with the blind function. Use the shortest depth

Measure For Multiple Blinds per Headrail
 

OUTSIDE MOUNT (OM) INSTALLATION

MEASURE WIDTH

Overall Blind Width - Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. between outermost points where blind is to be placed. Add an additional 3 in. to 6 in. to total width for maximum privacy.

Left Blind Width - Measure the width that you want the left blind to cover. Order this blind first when placing your order.

Right Blind Width - Measure the width that you want the right blind to cover.

MEASURE HEIGHT

Overall Blind Height - Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. from where top of blind will be located to top of sill, or measure to point of blind reach if no sill.

 

How to Measure Three Blinds on One Headrail (3-on-1 Headrail)


INSIDE MOUNT (IM) INSTALLATION

For a beautiful framed look

MEASURE WIDTH

Overall Blind Width - Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. between inside surfaces of window frame; at the top, middle, and bottom. Record the narrowest width of the three.

Left Blind Width - Measure the width that you want the left blind to cover. Order this blind first when placing your order.

Middle Blind Width - Measure the width that you want the middle blind to cover.

Right Blind Width - Measure the width that you want the right blind to cover.

MEASURE HEIGHT

Overall Blind Height - Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. from inside surface at top of window to top of sill; at the left, middle and right. Record the tallest height of the three.

Measure For Multiple Blinds per Headrail

MEASURE DEPTH

Measure exact depth of window casing making note of any obstacles i.e. handles, tracks or cranks that could interfere with the blind function. Use the shortest depth.

 

OUTSIDE MOUNT (OM) INSTALLATION

MEASURE WIDTH

Overall Blind Width - Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. between outermost points where blind is to be placed. Add an additional 3 in. to 6 in. to total width for maximum privacy.

Left Blind Width - Measure the width that you want the left blind to cover. Order this blind first when placing your order.

Middle Blind Width - Measure the width that you want the middle blind to cover.

Right Blind Width - Measure the width that you want the right blind to cover.

MEASURE HEIGHT

Overall Blind Height - Measure to the nearest 1⁄8 in. from where top of blind will be located to top of sill, or measure to point of blind reach if no sill.

 

MULTIPLE BLINDS ON ONE HEADRAIL HELPFUL NOTES:

  • Available up to a total maximum width of 144"
  • Each blind operated independently
  • There will be inner spacing between slats of individual blinds to operate independently
  • Inner spacing between blinds is ½ in.
  • Left Blind tilt controls are on the left side and Right Blind tilt controls are on the right side for 2-on-1 cordless blinds
  • 3-on-1 Middle Blind will always be Cordless
  • Always use a metal tape measure as cloth may stretch
  • Take all measurements to the nearest 1⁄8 in. DO NOT take any deductions
  • The factory will make any necessary adjustments to help ensure your blind operates smoothly
  • Horizontal slat alignment is not guaranteed
 

Mounting Depth
  Minimum Mounting Surface
Slat Size Headrail Headrail
Protrudes (X)
Headrail
Flush (Y)
Headrail
Flush (Z)
Height Depth
1" Slat 1" 1 1/2" 1/2" 1 3/4" 2 5/8"
2" Slat 1 1/2" 2 1/4" 3/4" 2 1/2" 3 1/2"*
2 1/2" Slat 1 1/2" 2 1/4" 1 1/4" 3" 3 7/8"†

Headrail Protrudes – clearances necessary for either side, back, or top mount

Valance Flush – for 2" and 2 1⁄2" corded blinds with cord tilt, deduct 1⁄4"

* 3 3⁄8" for Classic Value

† With spacer

 

Valance Return Dimensions - Inside Mount

  • For inside mount installations where headrail protrudes from window casing.
  • Returns may be ordered in sizes ranging from 1⁄2" to 6".
  • Measure to the nearest 1⁄8" using a metal tape measure.
  • If the valance is the same width as the blind, measure from the window trim to the end of the headrail.
  • If the valance is wider than the blind and extends over the window trim, measure from the wall to the end of the headrail.

(If you are unable to measure for returns LEVOLOR recommends a return size of 1⁄2" which will work for most situations.)

How to Install


 

 

Before you begin your installation:

Read all installation instructions!

  • Confirm the blind for proper width and length.
  • If installing several sets of blinds, be sure to match them with the appropriate window.
  • Check the installation surface to ensure you have suitable fasteners and tools.
  • Lay out and organize all parts and components.
  • Your order will include the correct number of installation brackets for your blind width, as shown in the table below.
  • Blind orders may also include spacer blocks or extension brackets, if they were specified for added clearance. Extension brackets are used for end mount blinds, as well.
 

 

Tools You May Need (not included):

  • Metal Tape Measure
  • Screwdrivers (both flat and Phillips head)
  • 1/4" Nutdriver
  • Safety Glasses
  • Drywall Anchors
  • Pencil
  • Drill with Bits
  • Level
  • Ladder
 

 

Step 1 - Inside Mount

Marking the Bracket Locations

IMPORTANT: Before marking bracket locations, ensure that your bracket placement will not interfere with any components inside the headrail.

  • Position the box brackets at the end of each headrail to confirm the dimension. Depending on installation location, box brackets can be attached using the top, back, or the side holes.
  • 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.
  • Mark the location of the desired bracket mounting holes, two per bracket, making sure they are square and equally spaced.

Step 1 - Outside Mount

Marking the Bracket Locations

IMPORTANT: The rear of the brackets must be flush against a flat mounting surface. Do NOT mount brackets on curved molding.

  • 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.
  • Use a level to ensure all brackets are even and aligned. Mark the bracket mounting hole locations, two per bracket, making sure they are square and equally spaced.
 

 

Step 2 - Inside Mount

Installing the Brackets

  • Drill pilot holes using a 1⁄16" drill bit using pencil marks as a guide. Depending on the installation location, box brackets can be attached using the top, back, or side holes.
  • While holding the brackets in place, secure the brackets using two screws per bracket.
  • Ensure all brackets are square with each other.

Step 2 - Outside Mount

Installing the Brackets

IMPORTANT: Use drywall anchors when mounting into drywall (not provided).

IMPORTANT: The rear of the brackets must be flush against a flat mounting surface. Do NOT mount brackets on curved molding.

  • Drill pilot holes using a 1⁄16" drill bit using pencil marks as a guide.
  • While holding the brackets in place, secure the brackets using two screws per bracket.
  • Use a level to ensure all brackets are even and square with each other.
 

 

Step 3 - Inside Mount

Installing the Blind

  • Align the headrail with the brackets, tilt mechanism facing out.
  • Slide the headrail 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.
  • If center support bracket(s) are included, hook the front edge of the headrail into the channel on the bracket.
  • Lower the front of each box bracket and press until the locking tab clicks into place.

Step 3 - Outside Mount

Installing the Blind

  • Align the headrail with the brackets, tilt mechanism facing out.
  • Slide the headrail 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.
  • If center support bracket(s) are included, hook the front edge of the headrail into the channel on the bracket.
  • Lower the front of each box bracket and press until the locking tab clicks into place.
 

 

Additional Components

Corded Cord Cleat

Refer to Cord Cleat Installation Instructions included with cord cleat for the proper way to install cord cleat.

Extension Brackets
(Optional)

  • Optional extension brackets offers clearance for obstructions.
  • Outside mounting extension brackets will provide 2–4" clearance between the headrail and mounting surface. Assemble extension bracket as shown.
  • Secure an extension bracket to each standard mounting bracket.

Spacer Blocks
(Optional)

  • Outside mounting spacer blocks will provide an additional 3⁄8" clearance as shown.
  • If spacers are used, longer screws may be required to ensure a secure installation (not provided).
 

Hold-Down Brackets
(Optional)

Ideal for doors, hold-down brackets prevent blind from swaying. Assemble as shown to each side of bottom rail.

Tilt Wand
(on some styles)

  • Pull up the sleeve on the tilt mechanism
  • Clip the end of the wand onto the tilt mechanism and pull down the sleeve on the tilt mechanism
  • Rotate the tilt wand in each direction to ensure proper operation.
 

Attach Valance

  • Locate the valance clip location indicators on the backside of the valance that read "Clip Here."
  • Insert the clips into the groove on the backside of the valance. Rotate so that the end marked "TOP" arrow is pointing up.
  • For returns, insert L-shaped return clip into the groove on the backside of the valance return. Align and insert the other end of the L-shaped return clip into the groove on the backside of the valance.
  • Align the clips with the slots on the bottom of the headrail and clip into place.
 

Corded

  • Note: Tilt and Lift cords may be located on the left or right side of the product depending on what was selected when ordering
  • Note: Wand tilt is the standard / default tilt feature, tilt cords are available as an option.
  • To raise the blind pull cord in toward the center of the blind to release the lock; this allows you to raise and lower the blind. Once the blind is at the desired height, pull the cord away from the center to lock into position.
  • To tilt the slats open or closed, pull the tilt cords up and down to reach desired position.
 

Cordless

  • To raise the blind, firmly press and hold the LEVOLOR button located on the bottom rail and lift the blind to the desired position. Once desired position is reached, release grip on the button to lock blind in place.
  • To tilt slats open and closed, rotate the tilt wand to achieve desired position.
 

Removing the Blind

First make sure that the blind is fully raised. Unplug battery pack from the blind (if motorized tilt). Unlock and lift the front clips of each end box bracket and slide the headrail out of the brackets. If center support brackets are used, lift the front of the headrail up to clear the channel of the bracket and slide out forward. Uninstall remaining brackets and battery pack if necessary.

Tech Specs


 

Faux Wood Product Details and Finish Index


Faux Wood Product Details

  • Our unique NuWood™ material ensures the highest quality at an incredible value.
  • NuWood resists warping, cracking, and fading over the full life of the product.
  • Available in 2" and 2 1⁄2" slats.
Faux Wood Finish Index
Finish Name 2" Faux Wood 2 1/2" Faux Wood
Aged White 120WH055 125WH055
Almost White 12067100 12567100
Chenille 120BE014 125BE014
Cherry 120RE007 N/A
Colonial Mahogany 120RE008 N/A
Colonial Pine 12067405 N/A
Cool White 120WH051 N/A
Dover 12067160 N/A
Espresso 120DS007 125DS007
Golden Oak 12067217 12567217
Hickory 12067410 N/A
Light Gray 120GY046* 125GY046
Pecan 120BR036* 125BR036
Sandblasted Cool White 120WH052 N/A
Sandblasted Dover 12067371 N/A
Sandblasted Warm White 12067265 N/A
Sandblasted White† 120WH054* 125WH054
Summer Wheat 120YW007 N/A
Walnut 120BR035* 125BR035
Warm White 12067130* N/A
White† 120WH053* 125WH053

*Color available in 2" Classic Value Faux Wood

†Finish recommended for consumers looking to match the color of their blinds to white window trim. This tone of white coordinates with the most widely used contractor grade white paint.

 

Product Specifications


Use technical information listed below to assist in product selection.

 
Product Performance Comparison
Category Resistance to Slat Warpage Resistance to UV Fading Lift Weight*
(Approx. 36" x 60")
Real Wood Best Best Best (5 lbs)
Faux Wood Better Better Better (8.5 lbs)

* Weight of slats and bottom rail only. This weight does not include valance, headrail, or componentry weight as these are stationary when blind is raised/lowered.

 
Faux Wood Slat Comparison
Slat Material Scratch Resistance Dent Resistance Environmental Resistance
LEVOLOR Faux Wood Slat made from NuWood*† 4 3 5
Standard PVC Slat 2 1 4

Index: 1 = Poor - 5 = Exceptional

Scratch and Dent Resistance is the material's ability to resist being scratched or dented

Environmental Resistance is the material's ability to withstand and resist damage from heat, humidity, UV rays and other environmental factors

* NuWood is a specially designed composite polymer engineered for superior performance when compared versus blinds made from PVC

† NuWood slats are 100% PVC free and will not warp, crack or fade

 
Light Control Performance Comparison
Route, Operating System Prior Light Blocking Performance Improved Light Blocking Performance
Privacy, Corded Lift 3 4
Privacy, Cordless Lift 2 3
Standard Route, Corded Lift 3 5
Standard Route, Cordless Lift 1 3

Index (Percent Light Blockage): 1 = < 70%, 2=70-80%, 3=80-90%, 4=90-96%, 5=96%+

Blinds will not block out 100% of light or achieve complete darkness. Small percentages of light may still pass through slat gaps and/or route holes.

 
Stacking Chart - Height Includes Headrail
Blind Height 24" 36" 42" 48" 54" 60" 66" 72" 84" 96" 108" 120"
2" Slats 3 3/4" 4 1/2" 5" 5 1/2" 5 3/4" 6 1/4" 6 1/2" 6 3/4" 7 1/2" 8 1/4" 9" 10"
2 1/2" Slats 3 1/2" 4" 4 1/2" 4 3/4" 5" 5 1/4" 5 1/2" 6" 6 1/2" 7" 7 3/4" 8 1/4"
 
Ladder Spacing and Cord Count Charts
Blind Width - Faux Wood Ladder and Cord Counts
Inside Mount Minimum Inside Mount Maximum Outside Mount Minimum Outside Mount Maximum Number of Ladders Number of Standard Cords on Corded Blind Number of Privacy Cords on Corded Blind
7 3/4" 22" 7 1/4" 21 1/2" 2 2 4
22 1/8" 36 1/2" 21 5/8" 36" 3 2 4
36 5/8" 51" 36 1/8" 50 1/2" 4 4 8
51 1/8" 65 1/2" 50 5/8" 65" 5 3 6
65 5/8" 80" 65" 79 1/2" 6 4 8
80 1/8" 94 1/2" 79 5/8" 94" 7 4 8
94 5/8" 96 1/2" 94 1/8" 96" 8 4 8
 

Critical Dimensions


Standard Factory Deductions from Ordered Width
DO NOT make any deductions to your measurements
  Inside Mount Outside Mount
Headrail 1/2" 1/2"
Blind Width 1/2" 0"
Classic Value Valance* 1/8" 0"
Traditional Valance* 1/8" 0"
Transitional Valance* 1/8" 0"
Contemporary Valance* 1/8" 0"

*Classic Value Valance available in Faux Wood only

Valance Dimensions
Description Height Depth
2" and 2 1/2" Traditional Valance 3" 7/16"
2" and 2 1/2" Transitional Valance 3" 7/16"
2" and 2 1/2" Contemporary Valance 3" 7/16"
2" Classic Value Valance 2 3/8" 1/2"

*Classic Value Valance available in Faux Wood only

 
Headrail and Bottom Rail Dimensions (inches)
Operating System Headrail Corded Bottom Rail Cordless Bottom Rail
Height Depth Height Depth Height Depth
2" and 2 1/2" Blind 1 1/2" 2 1/4" 11/16" 2" 11/16" 2 1/2"
 
Installation Brackets
Blind Width End Brackets Support Brackets*
Below 48" 2 0
48" to 84" 2 1
84" to 96" 2 2
96" to 144" 2 3

*Support brackets are evenly spaced along length of headrail

Standard Valance Return Dimensions - Outside Mount
Blind Size Cordless Corded / No lift
Cord Tilt Wand Tilt
2" Blind 3 1/8" 2 7/8" 2 7/8"
2 1/2" Blind 3 1/2" 3 1/4" 3 1/2"
 
Single Blind Minimum and Maximum Limitations
2" Faux Wood Minimum Width Maximum Width Minimum Height Maximum Height
Corded - Same Sided Lift Control N/A N/A N/A N/A
Corded - Opposite Sided Lift Control 11 1/2" 96" 10" 120"
Corded - Opposite Sided Lift Control with Tapes 13 1/4" 96" 10" 120"
Center Tilt, No Lift Control 9" 11 3/8" 8" 120"
Center Tilt, No Lift Control with Tapes 9" 13 1/8" 8" 120"
No Tilt or Lift Control 7 1/4" 8 7/8" 8" 120"
No Tilt or Lift Control with Tapes 7 1/4" 8 7/8" 8" 120"
Cordless - Standard Slat 17 1/2" 96" 10" 84"
Cordless - Privacy Slat 18 1/8" 96" 10" 84"
Motorization 23" 96" 23" 120"
2 1/2" Faux Wood Minimum Width Maximum Width Minimum Height Maximum Height
Corded - Same Sided Lift Control N/A N/A N/A N/A
Corded - Opposite Sided Lift Control 11 1/2" 96" 10" 120"
Corded - Opposite Sided Lift Control with Tapes 13 1/4" 96" 10" 120"
Center Tilt, No Lift Control 9" 11 3/8" 8" 120"
Center Tilt, No Lift Control with Tapes 9" 13 1/8" 8" 120"
No Tilt or Lift Control 7 1/4" 8 7/8" 8" 120"
No Tilt or Lift Control with Tapes 7 1/4" 8 7/8" 8" 120"
Cordless - Standard Slat 17 1/2" 96" 10" 84"
Cordless - Privacy Slat 18 1/8" 96" 10" 84"
Motorization 23" 96" 23" 120"
 
2-on-1 Blind Minimum and Maximum Limitations
2" Faux Wood Minimum Width Maximum Width Minimum Height Maximum Height
Corded 27" 144" 10" 120"
Cordless - Standard Slat 36 1/2" 144" 10" 84"
Cordless - Privacy Slat 37 1/4" 144" 10" 84"
Motorization 23" 96" 10" 120"
2 1/2" Faux Wood Minimum Width Maximum Width Minimum Height Maximum Height
Corded 27" 144" 10" 120"
Cordless - Standard Slat 36 1/2" 144" 10" 84"
Cordless - Privacy Slat 37 1/4" 144" 10" 84"
Motorization 23" 96" 10" 120"

2-on-1 blinds with Motorization will feature a single tilt motor. Both blinds will tilt from the same motor and shaft.

 
3-on-1 Blind Minimum and Maximum Limitations
2" Faux Wood Minimum Width Maximum Width Minimum Height Maximum Height
Corded N/A N/A N/A N/A
Cordless - Standard Slat 53 1/2" 144" 10" 84"
Cordless - Privacy Slat 55 3/8" 144" 10" 84"
Motorization N/A N/A N/A N/A
2 1/2" Faux Wood Minimum Width Maximum Width Minimum Height Maximum Height
Corded N/A N/A N/A N/A
Cordless - Standard Slat 53 1/2" 144" 10" 84"
Cordless - Privacy Slat 55 3/8" 144" 10" 84"
Motorization N/A N/A N/A N/A

* Maximum height for blinds 132"-144" wide is 108"

* All 3-on-1 blinds must be Cordless.

 
Motorized Maximum Square Feet
2" Faux Wood 45 square feet
2 1/2" Faux Wood 36 square feet
 
Available Options
S = Standard Option O = Free Option U = Upgrade N/A - Not Available
Category 2" Faux Wood 2 1/2" Faux Wood 2" Classic Value Faux Wood
Cordless U U U
Motorization U U N/A
Privacy Route U U U
Wand Tilt S S S
Cord Tilt O O O
Decorative Tapes U U U
Traditional Style Package O O N/A
Transitional Style Package O O N/A
Contemporary Style Package O O N/A
Classic Value Style Package N/A N/A S
 
Style Packages Available by Price Group
S = Standard Option O = Free Option N/A - Not Available
Price Group Traditional Transitional Contemporary Classic Value
A - 2" Classic Value Faux Wood N/A N/A N/A S
B - 2" Faux Wood O O O N/A
C - 2" Faux Wood O O O N/A
D - 2 ½" Faux Wood O O O N/A
F - 2 ½" Faux Wood O O O N/A
 

Options Availability


Extension Brackets
Hold-Down Brackets
Hold-Down Brackets

Extension Brackets

For installation requiring additional space between the blind and the mounting surface.

Hold-Down Brackets

Hold-down brackets prevent blinds from swaying. They can be sill mounted, face mounted, or mounted inside the frame. Recommended for French doors and windows subject to wind exposure. Must be requested at time of order.

Cut outs

Allows access to air conditioners, window cranks, etc. Side cutouts are available. A diagram may be required. Not available with cordless control.

 

Parts and Components

Wand Tilt
Wand Tilt
 

Cleaning and Care

Keep your LEVOLOR Faux Wood blinds looking their best by periodically wiping them with a soft cloth, a duster, or the brush attachment from a vacuum cleaner.


Note: Improper cleaning may void warranty

  • 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.
  • Do not use water, solvents, or abrasive solutions to clean the blind. This will cause damage to the blind which is not covered under warranty.
  • Faux Wood Blinds: You may use a soft, lightly dampened cloth to clean your NuWood blinds.
  • Blinds with Privacy Route: Slats can be removed for cleaning. Slide out the slat, wipe clean, and return to its original position. If a light gap occurs for any reason, simply flip the slat over to cover or close the gap.
 

Dusting - Use a feather duster for regular cleaning.

Forced Air - Blow away dirt and debris using clean compressed air.

Vacuuming - Use a low suction vacuum with a brush-type cleaner attachment; stroke lightly over the blind to clean.

Spot-Cleaning/Stain Removal at Home - Faux Wood blinds only. You may use a soft, lightly dampened cloth to clean your Faux Wood blinds.