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.
Day / Night (1)
For windows where you need light sometimes and complete privacy and light blocking other times, day/night cellular shades are the perfect solution. By combining two shades in one, you can adjust the shade to a wide array of positions.
Opaque / Blackout (1)
Opaque window treatments are made from fabrics or materials that block light.
Although light is substantially blocked, some vague shadows may be visible.
customer reviews for bedroom
They are perfect. Am enjoying the ease of using these blinds.View this product
"Just What I Wanted"
By Dee from York, Pa
I purchased these blinds for a living room that has a western exposure. The evening sun can be quite intense during the summer months. The blinds will provide additional insulation and help to prevent any fading of upholstered furniture. I love that there are options for allowing just the right amount of sunlight into the room.View this product