We all like the look of soft filter curtains or Roman […]
We all like the look of soft filter curtains or Roman blinds in the bedroom. Until the sun rises, the hot sun wakes you up before the alarm clock. Especially if you are a person who can't seem to fall asleep until 1 am, that's really miserable (this is me, I'm working on it). I mean all we really want is a wise sleeping cave that doesn't allow light to enter, right? Fortunately, there is a simple and very effective solution to this life-disturbing problem... blackout curtains (or hoods).
Yes, there is a special curtain that blocks the sun, allowing you to sleep longer, and even watch movies during the day (that is, there is no glare from the sun). In addition, they can help regulate the temperature in the home, because its job is to block external elements. I am not angry with these.
However, like most great things, they can be expensive, and therefore may kill your dream of sleeping correctly again (or trick your child into falling asleep). So to help, we have collected our favorite and very affordable options. it has started
If you have already installed curtain rods (just for reference, if you need help, here is the right approach), it couldn't be easier to replace the more transparent curtain panels with blackout curtains. Since completing the Los Angeles house, Emily has installed them in almost every bedroom in every house she designs. It just makes it easier to sleep longer (dreams-and more REM cycles). As I hinted before, the children's bedroom is almost 10,000% necessary (ie nap and sleep). In this way, they are much less likely to see the sun and think they are asleep. You need as much free time as possible!
If you are looking for colors, I personally like #1 and #3. The texture of the fabric not only protects you from sunlight, but also adds extra visual depth to your space. But I am fascinated by the white curtains, so #6 got my vote. However, it's hard to resist #4 Awesome Classic Mode.
Now, if you don’t like the complete panel, can I make you interested in Roman tones?
Roman tones are EHD’s favorite. You can find at least one in almost every project. They are clean, refined, and elegant. But the important thing to keep in mind when buying blackout Roman shades is that you will want to make sure to choose an internal installation. Why? Well, if you install the sunshade on the outside of the window frame, the light you desperately want to block is likely to pour out. Not good if you ask me.
However, if you want the best of both worlds (curtain version), then you can always use blackout Roman blinds with curtain panels outside. In this way, you can guarantee a completely unlit room situation. Or, if you just like the look, but still want to choose a blackout option while you sleep, you can use more transparent curtains.