Below is a list of parts that are used when installing cellular honeycomb shades. Different brackets are needed for installing cellular shades with different lift mechanisms.

Mounting Brackets


honeycomb shades mounting bracket

Standard Honeycomb Shades Mounting Bracket


  • Standard bracket used to install honeycomb cell shades.
  • Honeycomb shades may be mounted inside the window frame our outside with this same bracket.
  • Attach the bracket to the wall or window frame using 2 screws.
  • Once the brackets are mounted, simply push the headrail of the honeycomb cell shades up into the bracket with the back first.

honeycomb shades mounting bracket

 

honeycomb shades mounting bracket

Rollease Honeycomb Shades Mounting Bracket


  • Rollease bracket used to install honeycomb window shades with the rollease upgrade.
  • Cellular shades may be mounted inside the window frame our outside with this same bracket.
  • Attach the bracket to the wall or window frame using 2 screws.
  • Once the brackets are mounted, simply clip the honeycomb shades headrail into the mounting bracket.



 

cordless honeycomb shades mounting bracket

Mounting Brackets for Cordless Cell Shades


  • Mount the bracket with the "hook" to the top front and the "spring" portion of the bracket to the back bottom.
  • Place the front edge of the headrail onto the hook and swing the headrail back into the spring until it catches.


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