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JCPenney has Dover Cordless Flat Roman Shade (various sizes and colors) on sale as listed below when you apply promo code COM278. Ship to store for pickup is free where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks itsamazeling

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These roman shades feature cordless construction, a 6" valance that attaches with a hook-and-loop closure, top-mounted & snap-in metal brackets, and installs by inside, outside or ceiling mount.

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JCPenney [jcpenney.com] has Dover Cordless Flat Roman Shade (various sizes and colors). Ship to store is free (location may vary)

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Pretty much all their blinds are half off. Go back to the main blinds section and there are many more options. Bought 5 light filtering cordless Roman shades. More than 50% cheaper than Home Depot.
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I used to think cordless sounded great, until I installed them. For most places, it's ok, but if the blinds are behind furniture, it can be difficult to push these up or pull them down, depending on your or a family member's reach. Also, since the cordless ones are now the defacto standard for cheap blinds, some of the mechanisms may not work evenly, meaning that when you move them up or down, they can wind up resting at an angle instead of parallel to the floor.

I installed some cheap bamboo blinds in the front window, and we basically don't use them because they're hard to reach and 2 out of 3 have issues with uneven movement. The window looks out onto our front porch which has a substantial overhang so it's fine, though slightly frustrating.

Last thing, if you don't have clearance in the window well for a top inside mount, get a length of white 3/4" x 1.5" PVC trim from HD or Lowes in the lumber section, which comes in 8' lengths. Cut to the width of the window frame (miter saw works great) and screw it into the stop of the frame so it juts out. Secure the blind brackets to the PVC, and you have a workable inside mount. Once the blinds are up, you won't notice the PVC header at all. Outside mounts are butt ugly and allow too much light in. I only had about 1/2" of space at the top of our windows but was able to install all my blinds using this method. Especially with curtains/window treatments over the blinds, it's nearly impossible to see unless you know what you're looking for.
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why is this a good deal? is this deal better than shades at home depot or lowes? i got 2 windows, one at 58'' and another at 34''
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So I measured my windows and it's 46 height and 58L. Would this work for me? And what one?
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Just bought 8! Seems like a great deal for this style of blind.

Edit: My window openings are actually 71" wide. I decided on trying two 35" blinds for four windows in my house to see how it fits and looks. I also have curtains up so I think it will look good all together. Total came to about 201.xx before tax, so about 25.xx a piece. Definitely seems slick compared to my very shallow google search for similar blinds.
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Just bought 8! Seems like a great deal for this style of blind.

Edit: My window openings are actually 71" wide. I decided on trying two 35" blinds for four windows in my house to see how it fits and looks. I also have curtains up so I think it will look good all together. Total came to about 201.xx before tax, so about 25.xx a piece. Definitely seems slick compared to my very shallow google search for similar blinds.
I too have wide windows. For 71" width, two 35x64 will work? I thought it needs some support in the center of the window to hold two curtains.
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I too have wide windows. For 71" width, two 35x64 will work? I thought it needs some support in the center of the window to hold two curtains.
I believe the mount for the blinds will have and option to screw up or to the side or back. From what I'm familiar with on older blinds, it's designed to be 'universal'. I have not mounted this exact style, but I'm hoping and imagining it is the same concept. There is a header beam of some sort above the window you can tap into if in a customary home.
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I too have wide windows. For 71" width, two 35x64 will work? I thought it needs some support in the center of the window to hold two curtains.
probably will work using ceiling mount and putting them side by side, it may leave a small gap in the middle tho.
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Anyone read cordless and think these were remote controlled?
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According to reviewer on JCPenney site: "They are lined, but it doesn't stop light. I would almost call them light filtering because it blocks a majority of the sun on our grey ones but on the seamist it does let some more light through..."
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Pretty much all their blinds are half off. Go back to the main blinds section and there are many more options. Bought 5 light filtering cordless Roman shades. More than 50% cheaper than Home Depot.
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Anyone read cordless and think these were remote controlled?
I'm interested in adding remote-controlled motors to my current blinds, but haven't shopped around yet.
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Anyone read cordless and think these were remote controlled?
Only an idiot would think that...and yes
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Price for gray 35 inch coming out to $37.80 each after coupon code. Am I doing something wrong?
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