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Whether you are looking for a way block light, block heat and cold or reduce the outside noises to enjoy a comfortable as well as special environment, you can find a particular blackout drape that may be the most appropriate to meet your needs. It takes some time to research as you have to compare price level, dimensions, material or pattern and there are quite a few alternatives. I suggest to check the various window blinds at this website where you can get complete information and facts…

from House Beautiful

An Alabama Lake House

Love the use of curtains around the bed. Gives the appearance of a 4 poster bed or canopy. Could use track on the ceiling so the curtains slide easily.

from Style at Home

Accessories

On Color Splash they did white/black curtains but the 4" border went all the way around like a frame, loved it!

from Etsy

Framed by Michael Miller Fabrics - Squares - Michael Miller - 1 Yard - Cotton - Teal - Mid Century Fabric - Retro - Red Black

from Style at Home

Accessories

Grey! Always have your drapes to the floor. Makes the window look bigger. U can also put the curtian rod up higher then the wondow frame and have the drepes touch the floor. Looks better then stopping at the end of the window like your mom maybe use to do

from Crate&Barrel

Wallace Grey Blackout Curtains

Harmonizing with both contemporary and traditional interiors, our grey cotton Wallace curtain panels frame windows with a graceful drape. Curtains are lined in light-blocking 100% polyester and finished with a 3" hem. Hang from the rod pocket or use the back tabs to create a pleated effect. <a href=/rugs-and-curtains/curtain-hardware/1>Curtain hardware</a> also available.<br /><br /><NEWTAG/><ul><li>100% cotton</li><li>Light-blocking 100% polyester white liner</li><li>3" rod pocket, 3"…

from overstock.com

Exclusive Fabrics Solid Cotton True Blackout Curtain by Exclusive Fabrics