- Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 7.9 x 2 cm ; 227 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 381 g
- Item Model Number: IMVB
- ASIN: B01M0EFL2M
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 20 March 2018
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NoNo Bracket - Inside Mounted Blinds Curtain Rod Bracket Attachment (BROWN)
- Designed, Manufactured, and Distributed by The NoNo Bracket Company Only
- Inside mounted blind head rail attachment
- Center screw adjustable to fit Vertical Blind head rails up to 1.25"
- Set of 2 Brackets
- Fits up to 1 inch curtain rod
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For blinds mounted inside the window opening (See Pictures). Will not work on blinds mounted outside of the window opening. See Outside Mount NoNo Brackets for comparison.
The NoNo Bracket is a specially engineered bracket that allows you to easily hang curtains and dramatically change the look of any room. The bracket attaches to your existing blind head rail with ease. Attaches to inside mount vertical blinds. Fits up to a 1 inch curtain rod. No Drilling. No Hammering. No Screws or Holes in the wall.
Instructions - Important: Ensure your existing blind head rail is securely fastened to the wall. Do not install if head rail is lose or damaged.
For 1.25" Blind Head rail 1. Remove Valance if present. 2. Adjust the center screw as necessary to ensure a snug fit to the head rail. 3. Slide bracket into head rail and hang curtains as normal.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us. We'd love to hear your feedback and see pictures of your room transformation. For more information and details visit www.nonobracket.com
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I have two types of mini blinds in my home, both mounted inside.
The No-No brackets worked well on the first kind. These mini blinds were mounted to the top inside of the window sill. They also were a bit larger than 1 in, they were about 1.5 inches (measuring the top frame portion of the mini blind) Two things helped. First the mounting to the top portion of the sill allowed for a tighter fit for the No-No bracket between the sill (if that's the right word) and the blind. Also the larger size allowed for a tighter fit for the bracket itself. Two small issues arose. First, this is a larger window, (width) and required multiple blinds and brackets. The curtains can not fit over the brackets themselves, and so everywhere you have a bracket, you have a small gap in curtain. So this doesn't produce a seamless look, but pretty close. Also the brackets are placed at the furthermost corner of the window, providing a small gap that the curtain does not cover at the edge of the window. Again, this is not as noticeable on this window, because I am just using sheers.
On a window I used darker curtains this gap is noticeable and I tried to "work" the corner of the curtain over the bracket a teensy to make it less noticeable.
On the windows that I have standard 1 in mini blinds....these were really unsuccessful. The first problem is in the size of the bracket itself It is adjustable, however even the adjustment leaves too large a fitting for these particular 1 in mini blinds. If the made the bracket opening smaller this would resolve this problem. So with the bracket opening size being too large, on the one window I could kinda "finagle" (is that a word?) The worked okay, but they sag a little. Not bad, but a little. For the other window, the mini blinds were mounted to the side of the window (not the top) -- they were mounted inside, just on the sides and not the top) - these did not work. The bracket was too large to secure and the "gap" between the top of the window was too large - so they just didn't work.
These were not the saving grace I had hoped, however they worked on a couple windows in my house -- so -- it is what it is.
See the pictures below - I wish I could add captions to explain what I was showing you -
1. The small gap in the curtain it leaves
2. The whole window - as you see this is really 3 windows, I thought this was successful
3. The darker curtain -- now the gap is more noticeable...but its ok with me
4 . the last picture is the blinds they just didn't work on at all.
I would just like to know how much weight it can support without breaking the blinds curtain.
They look black on the picture, but are actually brown.