Some new developments on the magnetic headrail front. I can now put a cord lock system on the headrail, no need for a cord cleat as on the blind pictured here. Today I installed a blind 25″ wide and 84″ long. Some
This is one of the first ones I completed: Muslin for the blind, a jacquard for the valance. They are both attached to the metal door via magnetic headrails. What makes this different is that there are no screws into the metal door. This blind functions like a normal Roman Blind and has a cord cleat to anchor the draw cords. If you would like more information, or to order a custom length rod, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.