Resolve to Get a Better Night's Sleep With One of These Five Blackout Shades
Blackout shades are the key to an uninterrupted night's sleep—this New Year, make your sleep a priority with the help of these five shades from Blinds.com.
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Blackout Cellular Shade
These Blackout Cellular Shades are Blinds.com's best-sellers for a reason—not only are they a solid choice for any room in your home you'd like to darken, they can even save energy with insulating and air-trapping honeycomb cells. They completely block out all external light (hello, day sleepers!) and can be customized in a wide variety of colors to match your room perfectly. Plus, the crisp fabric is stain-resistant and anti-static so upkeep is a breeze.
To buy: From $38 (was $50); blinds.com
Blackout Roller Shade
We know what you're thinking but these aren't your typical roller shades. They're available in a wide variety of colors and textures, from solid neutral colors to bold sophisticated patterns, so you can have some privacy in style. And since they drastically darken any room when combined with side channels, blocking out unwanted light is as easy and fast as pulling down the shade.
To buy: From $13 (was $19); blinds.com
Premium Blackout Cellular Shade
Customization is the name of the game with these Blackout Cellular Shades. With a total of 79 color options, you can easily choose the style that best matches your home's decor, whether you want your shades to blend in or make a bold statement. Bonus: Each of these shades is backed in white, so your home's exterior will have a uniformed appearance as well.
To buy: From $58 (was $77); blinds.com
Premium Natural Blackout Roller Shade
For those of you looking to darken your room without sleeping in total darkness, we suggest these Natural Blackout Roller Shades. They're available in subtle colors and textures, like Cascade Blackout Pebble Trail and Tundra Blackout Cork, to optimize your privacy.
To buy: From $42 (was $56); blinds.com
Budget Cordless Blackout Cellular Shade
Ideal for homes with kids or pets, these cellular shades offer everything you love about blackout shades without the pesky cord. These affordable blackout shades require just three days of production time and darken and insulate your windows, while also providing child-safety features. If you're still concerned about light leaking through the sides, opt for light blockers to fill the gaps.
To buy: From $83; blinds.com
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