Timber Roller Express Blackout Shade


retail: $249.90 you save 75%

Final price could vary depending on the options you select.

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Select a mount type:

Inside mount blinds and shades are mounted inside the window frame. This option provides a clean, custom look and is considered the most popular choice. This is a great option if you do not wish to cover the window moldings.

Outside mounted blinds and shades are mounted outside the window, on your wall or molding. This option can make a window appear larger. It is also a solution if the window does not meet the depth requirement for an inside mount

Select a size (in inches): how to measure



Select a color / pattern:

Color Disclaimer: We do our best to depict an accurate representation of the actual swatch color. Colors can vary from monitor to monitor. Please order a free sample to ensure accuracy.


Blackout - White TI-440
Blackout - Dark Gray TI-506
Blackout - Eggshell TI-521
Blackout - Griege TI-526
Blackout - Warm Gray TI-536

Select your controls:
*some options may not be available on every shade

Select roller type:

On a standard roller shade, the fabric rolls off the back of the roller, closest to the window. Selecting this option will allow you to further customized your shade with valance options.

On a reverse roll, the fabric rolls off the front of the roller, away from the window.

Select a Valance:

This product is manufactured without a valance. For a clean and finished look, we offer you the choice to upgrade your shade with an optional valance.

Timber Contoured Valance Contoured Valance

The contour valance is a slightly rounded fabric-covered valance.

Additional Comments / Room Name / Sidemarks:

Order Summary:

Width: edit
Height: edit
Color / Pattern: Please Select
Mount Type: Please Select
Control: Please Select
Roller Type: Standard Roller edit
Valance: No Valance edit


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Measuring: Inside Mount

  • Always measure each window you plan to cover. Windows of different sizes can appear deceptively similar.
  • Measure in 3 locations for width and height. Use the smallest measurement (if they are not all the same) rounding down to the nearest 1/8 in.
  • Do not make any deductions, allowances or additions.
  • Check for squareness by measuring on diagonals.
  • Note: If diagonal measurement differs by more than 1/8 in., choose outside mount instead.
  1. STEP 1 – Find the width: Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" between the inside surfaces of window frame in three places (across the top, across the middle, and across the bottom – see image). Use the narrowest measurement when ordering the width. Do not make any additional width deductions – the factory will make the appropriate deductions to ensure proper fitting.
  2. STEP 2 – Find the height: Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" from inside surface at top of window to the window sill in three places (on the left, middle, and right – see image). Use the longest measurement when ordering the height. If you prefer blind not to touch sill, deduct 1/4". If there is no sill, measure to the point where blind is to reach.

Measuring: Outside Mount

  • Always measure each window you plan to cover. Windows of different sizes can appear deceptively similar.
  • Use a steel / metal tape measure for accuracy.
  • Record measurements to the nearest 1/8" of an inch. Make sure you clearly indicate width from the height. It's very easy to accidentally transpose measurements.
  • Measure the height to the outer edges of the molding in 3 places (your molding is part of the measurement). If you have a sill, measure from the top of the sill to the top of the molding. Measure the window height in 3 places. Record the longest measurement rounding up to the nearest 1/8 in.
  • Do not take any deductions, allowances or additions.
  1. STEP 1 – Find the width: Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" between the outermost points where the blind is to be placed. For optimum light control, this measurement should extend at least 3/4" beyond the window opening on each side (or 1 1/2" for the entire width)
  2. STEP 2 – Find the height: Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" from where top of blind will be located to the top of the window sill. If there is no sill, or if blind is to overlap the window frame, measure to the point where the blind is to reach.

Blinds & Shades:

We offer FREE SHIPPING on all our custom blinds & window shade orders shipping within the contiguous United States. Products under 94" in width (or length for vertical blinds) ship free of charge via UPS and/or FedEx from the manufacturing facility located closest to you. Oversized shipments require delivery via freight with a one-time shipping cost of $70.00 per order.


Due to packaging and weight shutters do not ship free. All Shutter orders ship at a flat rate of $70.00 per order.

Commercial Orders:

Commercial orders will be quoted with the cost of shipping.

Alaska & Hawaii

Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii have additional charges and will be quoted at the time the order is placed.

Next day or second day air shipping is available on many, but not all, products at an additional cost. This is quoted when requested.

Product Warranty: Timber Blinds

What Is Covered:

All products are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship.

Who Is Covered:

This warranty extends only to you as the original purchaser, in a residential application

Who Is Not Covered:

This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear or any damage or loss caused by abuse or misuse or improper installation. All materials can lose original intensity after long exposure to the sun. When left for extended periods in direct sunlight, plastics and pvc tend to crack and discolor. All cords will eventually wear out. Timber Blind Metro Shade considers these things normal wear and tear not covered by this warranty. Colors and textures vary from lot to lot and may not exactly match sample swatches or previous purchases. Products ordered outside of the recommended manufacturing specifications (oversized blinds) are not covered by this warranty. All products/SKUs discontinued in the normal course of business are specifically excluded from our warranty.

For How Long:

This warranty coverage will be for as long as you, the original buyer at retail, own our products. Any implied warranties which you may have are in duration to the time during which you, as the original buyer at retail own our products. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts.

What Will We Do:

If your product is defective during the warranty period we will, at our option, either repair or replace, without charge, that defective product. This shall be your sole remedy under this warranty.

No Liability for Incidental or Consequential Damages:

Repair or replacement of defective products are your sole remedy under this warranty and Incidental or in no event shall we be liable for transportation costs to or from the dealer, costs of removal or reinstallation of our products or incidental or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Please inspect your orders upon receipt before taking them to your customer's home or office. By doing this we can be sure that any defects or damages never arrive at the customer's home or office. If you are in need of spare parts to keep on hand, please feel free to call our customer service department and we will gladly send them to you.

Motorization or Multiple Blinds:

Products with motorization carry a 1 year warranty. We do not recommend multiple blinds on one headrail over 108". Unless blinds over 108" are delivered via Timber Blind delivery truck to your place of business we will not guarantee freight damage or repair/remake under our existing warranty. All costs associated with freight damage are the sole responsibility of the dealer. It is our recommendation that 2 or 3 individual blinds are ordered with one common valance in order to avoid possible freight damage.

How to Get Service:

To obtain service under this warranty, return your products along with the original sales receipt to the dealer from which it was purchased. You will be responsible for transporting the product to and from the dealer.

Your Rights Under State Law:

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state.