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Sliding Panels

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Move over, vertical blinds—there’s a new game in town. Bali Sliding Panels provide a sleek, contemporary alternative to vertical blinds or drapery as a wide window solution. Available in an array of materials from our solar, roller, classic Roman, and natural shade collections, custom sliding panels have something to offer every design sensibility.

Get to know the great benefits of this contemporary style:

  • Easy functionality. Sliding panels break the traditional window treatment mold while offering the same style and functionality you’ve come to expect.
  • Personalized design. With your choice of material, color, pattern, and texture, think of our sliding panels as a blank canvas for your original design. Maybe you want a fabric sliding panel in a colorful print, or maybe you crave the sophistication of a woven wood sliding panel. Whatever you choose, top off your creation with a customized deco-trim valance for that oh-so-you finishing touch.
  • Low maintenance. Cordless and easy to clean, sliding panels take the hassle out of your day and make your home safer for your kids and pets.

For an unexpected design twist, you can even use sliding panels as a stylish room divider or closet door.

Product Features

Cordless Icon

Cordless

Humidity Tolerance Icon

Humidity Tolerance

Easy to Clean Icon

Easy to Clean

Well Worth It Icon

Well Worth It

Control Type

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Control Type

  • Wand Control: A durable, clear plastic wand opens and closes the sliding panels. Available with spliced blinds.
  • Cord Control: A color-coordinated cord loop opens and closes the sliding panels. Not available with spliced blinds.
Bali Blinds | Wand Control Play Video
  • Wand Control
    Wand Control
  • Cord Control
    Cord Control

Stack Type

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Stack Type

  • With a left stack, the panels open from the right and stack on the left when fully open.
  • With a right stack, the panels open from the left and stack on the right when fully open.
  • With a split stack, the panels open in the center and stack evenly on the left and right when fully open.
Bali Blinds | Stack Right Sliding Panels Play Video
  • Left Stack
    Left Stack
  • Right Stack
    Right Stack
  • Split Stack
    Split Stack

Valance Style

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Valance Style

Valances give your window treatment a finished look and help conceal the headrail and mounting brackets.

Palisade valances are made from high-quality North American hardwood.

  • Square Corner Valance
    Square Corner Valance
  • 6" Palisade Valance — Horizontal
    6" Palisade Valance — Horizontal
  • 9" Palisade Valance — Horizontal
    9" Palisade Valance — Horizontal
  • 6" Palisade Valance — Vertical
    6" Palisade Valance — Vertical
  • 9" Palisade Valance — Vertical
    9" Palisade Valance — Vertical
  • 9" Palisade Deco-Trim Valance
    9" Palisade Deco-Trim Valance

Deco-Trim Valance Style

  • Dentil
    Dentil
  • Horizon
    Horizon
  • Seascape
    Seascape
  • Cathedral
    Cathedral

Fabric Edge Banding

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Fabric Edge Banding

Accent your natural shades with edge banding to add bold definition. Choose 2" edge banding for a traditional look or 1" edge banding for contemporary appeal.

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