I'm still not thrilled about it, but the UV is causing issues so we're finally going to put blinds on these windows. I know there are films and so on, but we're going this direction.
I want 2", white, faux wood blinds with a wand for adjusting the slats.
I was going to use three separate blinds for this area. Am I correct that they really should all be on one long header?
Is it really a crime to have the three separate blinds and headers? I'm having a hard time of finding photos of similar windows. If I bought something off the shelf, the height I need is 55" so I'd shorten the length.
With one header, I'm assuming I'm going to need to go custom and I really don't think I want to invest that much money on blinds. Quick glance at Lowes was $260ish for one blind. Um, no. Maybe that had special features or something I missed.
Where would be the best choice for blinds if I went the custom direction? JCP does custom, but I'm not sure about the single header. I'd have to go back and look.
The other thing I'm not sure about is where should the blinds meet up?
Here's the window with my lovely mock up.
Should they meet somewhere in the middle here? (Obviously the other side would mirror this one.)
Or should each come to the edge of their window with the space in between?