Vertical blind valance clips come in many shapes and sizes. There are dozens of vertical blind valance clips to choose from, the differences of which, are due to valance style and the size of the headrail they are attaching to.
The best way to find the correct valance clip is to match it visually, then by size, to the pictures found on FixMyBlinds.com. If you don’t see your exact valance clip, you can use a universal clip, or fashion a ‘L’ bracket of your own, if you feel adventurous.
Vertical valance clips come in 2 basic styles based on the type of valance they hold.
The first is a dust cover valance clip – like this:
This clip ‘clips’ on to the top of a vertical blind headrail, then the top of the valance slides into the slot on the top.
The second is a single slat without a dust cover – like this:
This clip ‘clips’ on to the top of the headrail, (top right), and the slat ‘clips’ into the front channel, (left).
Here’s a couple ‘not so common’ vertical blind valance clips:
These both clip on to the front of a headrail and hold a valance that is a partial dust cover – for lack of a better description.
Finally, here is a universal vertical blind valance clip for dust cover valances:
Here’s an example of how this could be used:
Here’s a short video on how to measure and install vertical blind valance clips: