What Blinds Work Best In A Home Theater?

When you go to a movie theater, you’ll never have to change your seat because the sun is shining in your face or on the screen. You shouldn’t have to deal with that in your home theater, either. Consider using a room darkening, or blackout, window treatment to keep distracting glare off your screen and out of your eyes. These treatments can block up to 99% of incoming light and are available in a variety of different styles of window coverings, making them the perfect choice for your home theater or media room.

Shades are usually a more practical solution compared to blinds, as they will cover your window with a solid material. We have plenty of recommendations, and can even suggest solar screens and semi-opaque cellulars if you’re looking to soften the light instead of blocking it out completely. Don’t forget, you can always cover your existing window treatments with a layer of Blindsgalore Custom Drapery and adding a premium blackout liner for a true theater experience.