Bali Window Coverings Review
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Last updated: Wednesday, August 20, 2008 | 15441 Views

Bali is owned by Springs Window Fashions, along with the Graber and Nanik brands. Bali offers consumers a broad array of innovative blinds, shades and drapery hardware.

With manufacturing and distributions centers throughout the United States and Mexico, Bali is one of the foremost competitors in the North American window coverings market.

The Bali Blinds Web Site

Bali seems to have its finger on the pulse of recent changes in the window coverings industry. When you visit the Bali Blinds site, you find a lot more than just information about their products and solutions.

Bali strives to provide do-it-yourself customers with information, ideas and innovative product lines to meet the needs for style, easy of use and flexibility of consumers worldwide.

Bali is a leading supplier of window coverings, blinds and shades.

Your Home, Your Style; the Bali Mantra

Bali emphasizes the individual needs of its customers, offering them a lifestyle choice rather than simply a window covering! Following trends may be enough for the competition, but Bali shows a real passion for setting trends and encouraging consumers to do the same when designing and decorating their own homes.

Customer confidence is something Bali obviously pays attention to and shows in their customer satisfaction ratings and brand recognition data. The company presents itself as a socially responsible firm and seeking ways to reduce waste, eliminate hazardous materials and improve air quality within its manufacturing facilities and processes.

Bali goes so far as to vow that its efforts to be “green” shall connect to its customers’ needs and benefits. Hopefully, the parent company, Springs Window Fashions, will continue to live up to its mission statements.

Bali Blinds Web Site Tools

If you plan to buy Bali window coverings, be sure to visit their Web site. You can order free swatches to compare colors and finishes, prepare a window blinds Order Planning Checklist and use their measuring tool to be sure you measure your windows correctly for Bali blinds when ordering.

The Ideas and Solutions section of Bali’s site also provides some good tips on getting started, choosing colors for your window coverings, selecting a designer or doing it yourself.

How Does Bali Stack up Against Brands like Hunter Douglas and Levolor?

Bali customers swear by the company’s products, options and quality. Prices are similar on Bali and Levolor products and both brands tend to be more affordable than Hunter Douglas, which is recognized as an industry leading brand that can demand a premium.

Bali offers you quality similar to products from Hunter Douglas at prices you’d expect to pay for Levelor. Of course these days, all the major brands have products available at multiple price points in order to appeal to a broader customer base.

Really you want to find the blind you like first and consider brand second. If you find two competing products in the style, color and configuration you want, let the manufacturer’s reputation, pricing and availability be your determining factors in choosing a window coverings brand.

Where Should I Buy Bali Window Coverings?

Once you have decided to purchase Bali window coverings, you will want to search for a retailer. We have also reviewed the major window blinds retailers and discounters for you as well on Window Blinds Tips.

Click on a brand name below to see our reviews of the authorized retailers who sell Bali window coverings:


  1. Robbie Norton
    November 12, 2008


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  2. Shark
    January 22, 2011

    The Bali shutters I ordered form Lowe’s were made in China. After waiting two months they finally arrived and I must say that the quality was pathetic. When I called Springs Window Fashions to complain I couldn’t get through, so I sent them an email. Their response was that their shutters are made by a precision machine and that most people were satisfied with the quality. I advised them to get their precision machine, Mr. Chung, a new pair of glasses. I took the shutters back to Lowe’s and was given a full refund.

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