Bedroom Window Treatments & Bedroom Blinds

  • Privacy and light control are key
  • Blackout shades offer complete darkness
  • Top down/bottom up for flexible privacy
  • Day/night shades offer flexible light control
  • Quality and style for the room you inhabit often

Bedroom window treatments should balance the needs of privacy, light, and functionality, but should also be comfortable and inviting. The blackout feature available for nearly every type of shade and drape is intended to provide total light blockage for your bedroom window, allowing you to sleep comfortably. If you're not going for total darkness, top down/bottom up is another feature that lets in light from the top while maintaining privacy by keeping the bottom of the shade closed. For many of us, bedroom window treatments must simply provide privacy and basic light control, making style your main consideration. Fabric shades are available in many calming colors, patterns, and textures to help you relax and unwind.

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Size
  • 24" x 36" change
Fabric Opacity
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  • Opaque / Blackout (3) Opaque / Blackout

    Opaque window treatments are made from fabrics or materials that block light.

  • Semi-Opaque (3) Semi-Opaque

    Although light is substantially blocked, some vague shadows may be visible.

Fabric Pattern
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  • Solid Plain (2) Solid Plain

    Coordinate your decor with classic solids in a wide range of colors and fabrics

Pleat Size
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  • 3/8" Pleat (4) 3/8" Pleat

    .375 inch (3/8 of an inch), are the thinnest available, and equivalent to 32 pleats per foot.

  • 1/2" Pleat (2) 1/2" Pleat

    .5 inch (1/2 of an inch), are small-medium, and equivalent to 24 pleats per foot.

  • 3/4" Pleat (4) 3/4" Pleat

    .75 inch (3/4 of an inch), are the second largest available, and equivalent to 16 pleats per foot.

Popular Features
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  • Blackout (3) Blackout

    Blackout blinds and shades can eliminate glare on TVs and monitors, make sleeping easier or simply used to darken a room.

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Orientation
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  • Horizontal (4) Horizontal

    Horizontal blinds and shades operate up and down instead of side to side. These types of blinds work well on nearly all windows except sliding doors.

Material
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  • Fabric (4) Fabric

    Offering a variety of natural textures, fabric is featured in a number of shades and vertical blinds.

Type of Window
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  • Hard-to-Reach (4) Hard-to-Reach

    Take a look at all of our blinds and shades for hard-to-reach windows

  • Large Windows (4) Large Windows

    Take a look at our entire selection of window treatments for your large windows

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  • Expressions (2) Expressions

    Choose your style, color and fabric for a one-of-a-kind expression of yourself

customer reviews for bedroom

5 stars

"Very pleased"

By Kari from NJ

We bought these blinds for our basement.  They were very easy to install and look beautiful.  They have a very high quality feel.  I would definitely recommend these blinds to anyone.

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5 stars

"Great quality"

By SDTim from Oceanside

The quality and ease of installation was better than expected.  There is a little light that gets through on the small gap between the window frame and edge of the shade.  Overall it blocks a TON of light.  We love them.  Size based on my measurements were very accurate.  Great customer service!

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