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    Blackout Curtains

    What Are Blackout Curtains?

    Blackout curtains are specially designed window coverings that block out external light and provide a darkened environment in a room. They are typically made from thick, light-blocking materials that prevent sunlight and artificial light from entering, thus creating darkness even during the daytime. 

    This light reduction can be particularly beneficial for promoting the production of melatonin, a hormone essential for regulating sleep-wake cycles. By blocking light, blackout curtains help improve sleep quality, making them a popular choice for bedrooms and areas where light control is crucial for a good night's sleep and overall health.

    Custom Blackout Curtain for Any Room

    Custom blackout curtains are versatile and can enhance any room's ambiance

    Blackout Curtain for bedroom

    Opt for calming colors like soft blues, soothing grays, or muted purples to promote relaxation.

    Blackout Curtain for Living Room:

    Earthy tones like beige, taupe, or warm gray create a cozy atmosphere. Especially beneficial are thermal custom blackout curtains, which block heat from entering during hot weather (or preventing warmth from escaping during cold seasons.)

    Blackout Curtain for Kitchen:

    Lighter colors, such as whites or light pastels, can keep the kitchen bright and airy.

    Blackout Curtain for Office:

    Neutral shades like charcoal, navy, or deep green promote focus. Minimalist designs or solid colors with a hint of texture maintain a professional look.

    What Are the Benefits of Custom Blackout Curtain?

    • Improved sleep and privacy: Blocks external light, promoting better sleep quality, as stated before.

    • Energy efficiency: Helps maintain room temperature, reducing heating and cooling costs.

    • Glare reduction: This makes them ideal for home offices or media rooms.

    • UV protection: Protects furniture and appliances from sun exposure

    How to Style Your Blackout Curtain?

    Sheer as the base layer: This creates depth and allows filtered light during the day while maintaining privacy.

    Sheer as the top layer: Alternatively, use sheer curtains as the top layer. Pull them back during the day to showcase your blackout curtains. It can be a great focal point if you use white sheer and dark custom blackout curtains.

    Mix colors: Experiment with contrasting or complementary colors. So, for a sophisticated look, choose blackout curtains that either harmonize or contrast with your room's color scheme. This adds a visual interest to your space.

    How to Choose the Right Blackout Curtain

    Color and Style:

    While classic options like gray, navy blue, and black exude timeless elegance, brighter colors are very modern as well. For enhanced light blockage, choose white curtains paired with a blackout lining.


    Curtain fabric dictates care requirements. Linen and cotton curtains often tolerate machine washing in the delicate cycle. But since custom blackout curtains have linings (for sun blockage), they may necessitate dry cleaning, spot cleaning, or hand washing.

    Heading style:

    Opt for the ideal heading style to suit your space. Grommet-style curtains present a sleek and contemporary appearance, particularly suitable for modern interiors. This design facilitates effortless movement along curtain rods, creating tidy, uniform folds when closed, enhancing both functionality and aesthetics.

    Measuring and Installing Blackout Curtain
    • Width measurement: Typically, your curtains should be 1.5 to 2 times wider than your window for full coverage. Adjust this based on specific needs (bedrooms will require more width for as much darkness possible.)

    • Height measurement: Measure from the frame's top to your preferred curtain length. Don't forget to add an extra 6 to 12 inches to accommodate the curtain rod.

    • Curtain rod measurement: Measure its width. If not installed, plan for the rod to extend at least 3 to 6 inches beyond the window frame to prevent light leakage.

    For more info about curtain measurement, please check this blog

    Other Types of Curtains or Shades that You Can Choose?

    Cotton Curtains

    Ideal for a cozy, relaxed atmosphere (and great maintenance.)

    Check our Cotton Curtains collection here.

    Velvet Curtains

    Add richness and depth to spaces. 

    Check our Velvet collection here.

    Silk Curtains

    Exude sophistication and refinement.

    Check our Silk curtains collection here.

    Sheer Curtains

    Perfect for an ethereal, gentle ambiance.

    Check our Sheer Curtains collection here.

    Outdoor Curtains

    Offer shade, privacy, and enhance outdoor living.

    Check our Outdoor curtains collection here.

    Woven Bamboo Shades

    Bring a natural aesthetic to your space.

    Check our Woven Bamboo Shades collection here.

    Roman Shades

    Combine style and functionality seamlessly.

    Check our Roman Shades collection here.

    From flowing draperies to sleek blinds, we offer a diverse range of options to suit every style and preference. Elevate your home décor to new heights of elegance with Twopages' curated selection that harmoniously blends aesthetics and functionality. Check out our sales page, where we are offering up to 50% OFF  on selected premium products.