Item Checklist

Bracket Supply List

Blind Size / Brackets Supplied

120-1200mm / 2

1201-2000mm / 3

2001-3000mm / 4

3001mm+ / 5

Tools Required

  • Cordless drill with Phillips head drill bit
  • Metal tape measure
  • Step Ladder

What are you mounting your blind into?

I am drilling into timber: Pre-drill holes and use the provided screws

I am drilling into plaster: We recommend use of the Ramset 10mm Grip Hollow Wall Anchor

I am drilling into concrete, stone, brick or tile: Use a Masonry drill and appropriate plugs, anchors or screws


It is important to securely attach the brackets to the mounting surface. To achieve this the included screws must secure into wood studs, otherwise a fastener is required for secure mounting (not included).

Make sure the fastener you purchase is suitable for the weight of the product. If you are unsure, please contact us so we can suggest the correct fastener.

Step 1 - Position

As per your order, determine where your blind is to be fitted

  • Face Fit

    On the architrave or wall

    Use the screw holes at the back of the bracket

  • Recess Fit

    Inside your window frame

    Use the screw holes at the top of the bracket

Step 2 - Brackets

  • Position outer brackets approximately 100mm from the edge of the blind and space the remaining brackets evenly across the width of the blind. (make sure the brackets will not interfere with the operation of the tilt mechanism before installing)
  • Pre-drill 2 holes and secure the bracket with screws.
  • Space out central brackets evenly (at least one bracket every 900mm)

Step 3 - Inserting the blind

  • Hooks in bracket

    Place the front hooks of the bracket inside the front edges of the head rail.

  • Rail in place

    When evenly in position, rotate the back of the head rail into the rear of the bracket until it clicks into place.

Step 4 - Installing the Cord & Cleat

  • The cleats must be installed at least 1600mm above floor level, because a child is capable of unwinding a cord from a cleat.

    Fasten the cleats to the wall using the screws provided. Do not use tape or glue.

    The cord must not form a loop longer than 220mm and should be wound entirely around the cleat.

Child Safety

All blinds are supplied with Child Safety devices as per the Australian Child Safety Laws. It is the responsibility of the person installing the blinds to make sure these are installed and that warning tages are to remain on the blinds.