Room Darkening Shades
Are you looking for window treatments that will block most of the light coming into a room, but not all of it? Room darkening blinds are exactly what you are looking for. With greater light control compared to a light filtering shade, these light blocking shades will effectively block light, but not completely. Room darkening shades are a fantastic option when you want to greatly reduce glare and incoming light, while still allowing for a small amount of natural light. Made in a variety of modern designs and window shades styles, these window treatments are perfect for a home theater, home office, bedroom, or other kinds of rooms that want a darker ambiance.
Can you see through room darkening shades at night?
Room darkening blinds will provide privacy at night time and cannot be seen through.
What's the difference between blackout shades and room darkening shades?
Blackout shades are designed to completely block light through their material, while room darkening shades are generally considered to block 95% to 99% of sunlight.
Is blackout or room darkening better?
When getting custom shades for your window frame, consider if you want total darkness, for example in a nursery or bedroom, then a blackout shade may be the option for you. If you are looking to reduce UV, glare, and the morning sun while still allowing for some ambient light, then room darkening blinds are the way to go. In this way neither is better, and it just comes down to your own style and needs.
How do you get roman shades in room darkening?
Roman window shades can be customized with privacy or room darkening liners, which help to increase their capability for blocking light. Make sure to choose a room darkening liner with your roman shade if that is what you are looking for.
Are roller shades or cellular shades available in room darkening?
Various shades are available in different types of materials. For a roller shade or cellular shade, it can vary between brands, but simply make sure you are choosing a material that is categorized as 'room darkening'.