Cordless Single Cellular (TDBU) Top Down Bottom Up Light Filtering

These cellular shades have specially designed brackets that are mounted without screws and require no tools to install

The Phase II Single Cell Cordless Top Down Bottom Up Cellular Shade is an energy efficient, modern window treatment designed to insulate your home from hot and cold temperatures as well as outside noise. This energy efficient cellular shade is composed of light filtering fabric, perfect for reducing harmful UV Rays and adding privacy to your home. Its honeycomb construction offers excellent insulation and sound absorbtion. The shade material is designed to retain crisp pleats even after extended use, and to resist sagging and stretching.


  • 9 light filtering colors available
  • Limited 5 year warranty
  • Free Shipping
  • Unique honeycomb design improves insulation
  • Child safe cordless lift system standard

starting at: $54.54




  • Mounted within the window frame
  • A clean, uncluttered look
  • For mounting depth requirements, refer to our “Specifications” tab online for each product you are ordering.

Choose your mount Inside


  • Shade is mounted to the wall, ceiling or molding around the window.
  • Makes window area appear larger; helps hide unattractive windows or molding.
  • No minimum depth requirement.
  • Requires at least 2” of flat space above window molding for mounting brackets.

Choose your mount Outside



  • Step 1: Measure the inside width at 3 places: the top, middle and botom. Round down to the nearest . Enter the smallest measurement on your worksheet. This is your ordering width. (Blindsgalore takes necessary deductions.)
  • Step 2: Measure the height at 3 places: left side, middle and right side. Round up to the nearest . Enter the longest measurement on your worksheet. This is your ordering height.

Measure Your Window Inside


  • Step 1: Measure the width of the area you want to cover. We recommend adding 3 inches (1½” on each side) to help eliminate light gaps and ensure privacy. Enter this width on your worksheet; it is your ordering width and the width of the shade (no deductions will be taken).
  • Step 2: Measure the height of the area you want to cover including any extra overlap. Enter this height on your worksheet; it is your ordering height and the height of your shade (no deductions will be taken).
  • Note: The bottom panel is used as the adjustment panel to get the finished shade height. The bottom panel length will vary depending on the total shade height – shades of differing heights in the same room may have a different look. This is an important consideration when hanging shades of different heights in the same room.

Measure Your Window Outside