Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 82
Rated 5 out of 5Â by subs Good value.
Work wonderfully. Easy to hang. Helps keep excessive heat out in summer and adds a bit of insulation in winter, all while allowing a soft light to filter through. Have bought and installed six in four rooms over the past six months.
February 12, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by kk68 nice shades
they weren't too hard to install and go up and down so easily. perfect thing to have when little ones are around or when you don't want cords dangling down. they certainly aren't cheap but i didn't have another choice.
November 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by pegnc Love Cordless Bali Cellular
We recently replaced the blind on our front door which is solid glass. I have looked for a while and did not want to order online. I needed a 25 inch blind which is special order. We went to Home Depot and they carry Bali "cut while you wait" Cellular Blinds. We bought the 29 inch and Home Depot cut to 25 inch in a few minutes. We Love It. No cords to worry about with children and pets, efficient, soft high quality fabric. It was the easiest install and only took around 20 minutes. The key is to read the direction for the correct placing of the brackets. Beautiful pushed all the way up or down. So happy with this purchase.
August 4, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Jattah Good quality product.
The blinds are perfect for what we intended to use it for. It is appealing to us because my wife and I both find the separated blinds to be old fashion and unattractive. Also very easy to install. My only negative is that for an item that is 85% paper the price is quiet high. Overall I like the product and would recommend it.
July 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by pdbCLT Easy to install, pleasant to look at
The double-hung windows in my home office didn't come with blinds, and I was looking for a product which would insulate and provide privacy while still allowing in some natural light. These stood out as the most versatile and cost-effective product on Home Depot's website, so I bought a pair. I had to get creative with the installation because I didn't have a flat surface on which to mount the brackets, so I measured and cut some plywood planks to fit the 1.2" slot at the top of my window frame, then mounted the planks with wood screws and mounted the brackets thereafter. At that point, it was just a matter of clipping the shades into place. I plan on mounting these in all of the windows in my house.
I realize that by mounting the plywood and brackets right in the middle inside the slot at the top of my window frame, I prevent the window from sliding all the way to the top, but that just brings me back to the ease of installation: you can just as easily clip the shades OUT of the brackets if you need to.
The only issue is that the shades perhaps allow too much light in at night, but other customers could maybe fix that by going with double-cells. I also have a lamppost right outside my office window, and that doesn't exactly help my situation.
February 26, 2014