You may already know that blackout blinds are a great way to bring on a dark, peaceful night’s sleep.
For parents, they are truly lifesavers. But, did you know that there are tons of other ways to use blackout blinds other than in the bedroom? Here are a few handy ideas for your home.
A Comfortable Meal
Most of us spend a considerable amount of time in the kitchen or dining room, and sometimes the setting sun at dinnertime can be somewhat annoying – not to mention blinding. Blackout curtains work really well to create a peaceful space where you can control the lighting. Made to Measure Blinds has a great selection of blackout blinds in the UK so if you happen to live around the UK, make sure to check out the options on offer.
Curl Up and Relax
There’s nothing as annoying as curling up on the couch only to have the sun burning your eyes.
Blackout curtains can control that afternoon glare, while also matching the look and feel of a room beautifully. The blackout curtains come in a range of coatings and fabrics to go with a wide range of décor scheme. Blackout blinds can also be fit into uPVC window frames, significantly cutting the light flare from around the edge of your windows.
Watch TV Without the Glare
If you’ve decided it’s the perfect weekend for a Netflix marathon of all your favorite shows, what could be more frustrating than glary light bouncing off your screen? If you’re fighting a losing battle with sunbeams, blackout blinds are the perfect solution. With so many patterns and designs on the market, you’re sure to find the perfect blinds for your home. Some fabrics make for excellent statement pieces for a living room, too, whereas others can blend in with the décor you already have.
Less Glare Equals More Productivity
It’s not just when you want to watch your favorite shows that glare can be an irritating issue.
A study is an excellent room for blackout blinds. They let you keep the glare off your laptop or desktop computer screen and with standard lining or blackout, your study can look elegant while the blinds serve an important purpose.
Make Movies Nights Great
If you’re somewhat of a movie buff, maybe you have a dedicated movie space or entire movie room in your home. A white blackout blind is great for making the room dark for your movies and can even act as your movie screen. What a great way to block out glare and light and have a feature movie screen.
Do You Need Blackout Blinds?
As you can see, blackout blinds aren’t just for the bedroom. They can serve an excellent purpose in just about any room in the house, blocking out glare and light and offering the utmost privacy. Whether it’s the study you work in, the living room when you’re trying to watch a movie, or the conservatory or kitchen when you want to eat dinner, blackout blinds can be extremely useful.
A millenial mom (of two boys) who has passion in makeup and motherhood in between.