Like blackout curtains, dark fabrics are designed to bl […]
Like blackout curtains, dark fabrics are designed to block light, but they are not exactly the same. The Dimout Fabric is made of a fabric lining that is not as thick as that used for blackout curtains and allows a small amount of light to pass through. Therefore, you will not completely block the light like blackout curtains, but you will still get a noticeable darkening effect.
If you place the flashlight behind a blackout curtain, you will see zero light passing through the fabric. If you shine a flashlight behind a dark fabric, about 5% of the light will pass through.
If you don't want the bedroom or nursery to be completely dark, but still want to block enough light to promote good sleep, you can use dark fabrics, which is an ideal choice. Dark fabrics are also a good choice for restaurant owners or other business owners who want to create a certain level of atmosphere and privacy for their guests without completely darkening the room.
Not sure if dark fabrics are right for you? Here are the benefits of using dark fabrics to help you make a decision:
Since dark fabrics are not as thick as blackout curtains, their prices are usually lower.
Indoor dark fabrics and blackout curtains have similar benefits, such as increased privacy, reduced electricity bills, and protect floors and furniture from the sun.
Dark fabrics will not completely block the light like blackout curtains, but will still darken the room.