Choosing the right kind of bracket to specify for a roller shade is of paramount importance. There are many factors that should influence this choice, but we have broken it down to give you some tips that hopefully will guide you to make the right decision. Scroll down and check out your options!
An all-purpose roller shade bracket, functional with or without fascia.
Provides locking and tension system ensuring tube remains in place. Also includes self-leveling adjustments.
3.5” profile accommodates most inside mount requirements, but limits apply (3”=8.5ft. L & 4”=13ft. L). If inside mounting, avoid small depths/pocket dimension before specifying.
The” Mecho” equivalent for architectural specifications. This bracket operates excellently when in need of extra light coverage.
Allows for back fascia and the elimination of fascia. Increased durability also lengthens shade height.
Costs three times the Core system, use only when necessary.
SKYLINE/DUAL WITH FASCIA
A compact and ideal two-shade system paired with a fascia that covers both roller shade tubes; this bracket complements any room giving it a contemporary style.
At 5.5”x5.5” this is the best compact dual system. Also ensures light containment with solid top fascia. Frequently seen in guestrooms when specifying both blackout and sheer in one treatment.
Specifying sheer closest to window when inside mounting and using side channels.