Best Home Fashion Thermal Insulated Blackout Curtains - Antique Bronze Grommet Top - Beige - 52" W x 63" L - (Set of 2 Panels)
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- 100% Polyester
- Made in USA or Imported
- Features an innovative triple weave fabric construction to block out sunlight and harmful UV rays. Insulates against the heat and cold, saving you money & energy. Laboratory-tested innovative fabric construction that insulates against the cold.
- Energy efficient, insulation, noise reduction, improve sleep, high quality.
- Header Size: 0.5 inches / Hem Size: 2 inches
- Set Includes: Two (2) Panels, Eight (8) Antique Bronze Grommets per panel; 1.6" inner diameter w/ 2.7" Grommet Rim. 100% polyester. NO tie backs included.
- Measurements: Panel (52" W x 63" L), Set (104" W x 63" L), Set includes two (2) machine washable curtain panels
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Antique Grommet Blackout Curtain
- 100 Percent polyester
- 240 GSM
- Machine washable for easy care
- No still liners
Triple Weave Technology
Our innovative triple weave technology is densely fabricated with black yarn to block out 99 percent of outside light, heat, and cold but still soft, light and drapable. Darker colors have a better blackout effect.
Best Home Fashion introduces our basic thermal insulated blackout curtain. Save both money and energy as these laboratory-tested curtains will keep your home cozy during the cold winters. Our Blackout Curtains are the perfect solution for day sleepers, shift workers, seniors, infants, parents, students, and more. Care instruction: Machine wash warm with like colors. Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Warm iron as needed. *For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window. **The digital images we display have the most accurate color possible. However, due to differences in computer monitors, we cannot be responsible for variations in color between the actual product and your screen. ***Darker colors are more effective in blocking out light.
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They have worked wonders. I bought them in black because I saw other reviewers mentioned the lighter colors didn't block the light. I speak for black only, but no light comes through these curtains! There's a little light that comes through the top and the sides, but that's it. The grommet style is a little more modern than other styles I looked at. We've had some 90 degree days around here this summer and I have noticed a *slight* reduction in the temp of my bedroom since installing these, not a dramatic difference though, but an added bonus. I have definitely noticed an improvement in my sleep since installing these.
A little hint: If you are looking for a true blackout make sure you buy the curtains quite a bit bigger than your window. I bought one set the only gave me a couple inches on each side of my window and there was quite a bit of light. I was unhappy with that so I bought this set and a set for my sliding glass door that fit better. Now I have roughly 13 inches of curtain above, to the sides, and below my window which has helped keep the light out quite a bit. I'm putting a few pictures up so you can see how these curtains look in black.
Update: I've had these up for almost 2 years and still love them! I've been known to over sleep because it keeps my room so dark, but I don't see a problem with that occasionally.
Because I have an increasingly difficult time sleeping during daylight hours, I'm going to order navy or black drapes from this company. I avoided this initially I was afraid of it attracting cat hair and lint, I will report back later on how well it handles this potential problem.
UPDATE: I ordered the navy version and I was able to put them behind the beige curtains on the same rod. Now I can get a total blackout of the room but the outer curtains remain beige, the navy curtains are the same size and remain completely hidden. The grommets match exactly, I put a VERY thin film of WD-40 on the rod to make the curtains slide more easily. Of course, this makes the effort more expensive, but I have beige curtains which match my bedroom and totally dark curtains hidden behind them which make the room 100% dark during the daytime. Plus, there's an extra layer of insulation against the wind which blows across this large expanse of windows.
Note on the photo: This is a southern exposure but it does not get direct sunlight, the photo is at high noon so this is the maximum brightness the room receives. Forgive the messy bed, I was never much of a maid.
Nice but you really need to buy a few if you have a large window as the pleats are necessary to give a nice look and to help darken the room. As far as being a blackout curtain, it does helps with eliminating some light but it does not provide total blackout. Without the shades drawn, the sunlight still comes through the curtains. The winter winds also come through so we still had to add plastic to the windows.
We have purchased a total of 9 sets for our home. They aren't always cut to the exact height so some of the curtains are a little longer on the bottom and that really bugs my wife A LOT. Luckily, we have furniture in front of ours so it is not noticeable to guests.
Another thing to keep in mind is that you should really buy all the panels for your window at one time. We decided we wanted two extra beige panels for our bedroom (first set was bought them last year I believe) but when they arrived, the color was off. I understand that sometimes dye lots can be different, but it was too noticeable to keep in the same room so we had to move the two panels we just purchased to the guest room.
We have a large bedroom window. Used 4 52" wide panels and they fit perfectly but this year we opted to add 4 more panels to allow for a more pleated look. The more panels you have, the darker the room gets and the more they tend to keep out the cold. My assumption is that stretching the curtains too much detracts from the "thermal" quality of the material as our room does feel a few degrees warmer in the winter now that we've added the extra panels.
Last year, my wife added a panel to the bottom of the stairs as a "wind breaker" and we instantly noticed a difference in the draft traveling up the stairs into the main living area. This year she wanted to add curtains to the hallway, as a room divider, to cut out the remaining draft. I was against it as I felt it looked kind of tacky, but after having the curtains up, I can feel a noticeable difference in the way our main living area retains heat.
We ended up buying a few more panels, and per another reviewer's suggestion we placed them back to back and hung. Our curtain rods are holding the weight nicely and it really helps with darkening the room during daylight hours and keeping cold drafts out during winter months. In fact, we noticed a nice drop in our electricity bill!
Note: As for the burgandy and cream bedroom curtains, we didn't buy more but rather cut back on the number of alternating color panels... that way, we could use use the existing panels for back to back hanging.
Disclosure: This is my opinion, not to be taken as professional advice of any kind.