Customizing: Woven Woods
Estimated
total
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Next: Measure Height
Step 1
Rounding down to the nearest ⅛ of an inch, measure the inside edges of the window frame in 3 places and record the measurement.
Rounding up to the nearest 1/8 of an inch, measure the outside edges of the window frame width in 3 places.

To ensure your window will be fully covered, we recommend adding about 2 inches total to the width you measured. After accounting for your desired additional width, record the total measurement below.
The maximum width for the mounting depth you selected is 72”. Need wider shades? Choose outside Mount Position, or enter a Mount Depth of at least 2 3/4 inches. Go back to re-customize.
The maximum width for the mounting depth you selected is 70”. Need wider shades? Choose outside Mount Position, or enter a Mount Depth of at least 1 ½ inches. Go back to re-customize.
The maximum width for the mounting depth you selected is 40”. Need wider shades? Choose outside Mount Position, or enter a Mount Depth of at least 2 inches. Go back to re-customize.
Total shade width
37 ¾ IN
Measurement discrepancies...
These measurements greatly affect the fit of your custom drapes, so measure carefully!
1 Ft (12”)
10 Ft (120”)
A
1 Ft (12”)
16 Ft (192”)
B
1 Ft (12”)
16 Ft (192”)
C
Deduction:
1/4 inch
Step 2
Rounding down to the nearest ⅛ of an inch, measure the inside edges of the window frame in 3 places and record the measurements below.Rounding up to the nearest 1/8 of an inch, measure the outside edges of the window frame width in 3 places.

To ensure your window will be fully covered once mounted on the wall, we recommend adding 5 inches to the total height of your shade. After accounting for your desired additional mounting height, record the total measurements.window's height; then, enter your additional desired Mounting Height below.
Total shade Height
37 ¾ IN
Measurement discrepancies...
These measurements greatly affect the fit of your custom drapes, so measure carefully!
1 Ft (12”)
10 Ft (120”)
A
1 Ft (12”)
16 Ft (192”)
B
1 Ft (12”)
16 Ft (192”)
C
Mounting Height
Step 3

Choose Control Position

Which side of your shade would you like your Chain?
Cords are not visible, tassel is centered on the back of the shade at the bottom.
Cords will be positioned on both sides of the shade.
Choose which side you will plug in your shade’s motor to recharge (about every 6 months.)
Left Position
Left
Right Position
Right
Left Position
Center
Next: Measure Height
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Need help with measuring your windows?

Download a measurement cheat sheet here. We also offer virtual consultations to help walk you through the process.
Would you rather have someone come to your house and measure? Everhem has partnered with TaskRabbit. You can now book a reliable, skilled Tasker to come and take measurements that you can then input directly into our product customizers.
Need some help measuring?
Follow along as we show you how to measure for inside-mounting your shades.
Need some help measuring?
Follow along as we show you how to measure for outside-mounting your shades.
Heads up! You’ve selected a window width over 70"
For Inside Mount shades wider than 70", 1" of window depth will not be enough to mount your shade! Please make sure you have a minimum of 1.5" of flat mounting depth on your window frame or casing in order to accommodate the headrail required for this product.
Our designers recommend...
For Inside Mount shades, we take a ¼” deduction from the window width entered to ensure the perfect fit.
Our designers recommend...
To ensure your window will be fully covered and provide space for mounting on the wall, we recommend adding a minimum of  2 inches. 3.5 inches to the total height of your shade.
DESIGNER RECOMMENDED MOUNTING HEIGHT:
Wall above window*: 5” recommended
Door: 2" above window
Window Trim: Select 0" but ensure you have 2" of flat mounting surface on trim

*Please Note: If you’ve selected Shade Operation Front and are mounting on drywall above the window, your window trim’s depth should be less than 2 1/2” inch. If the depth is greater than 2 1/2” inch, we suggest Shade Operation Back.