Media Room & Home Theater Curtains
- Prevent or reduce glare on screens
- Solid shades are ideal to block light
- Blackout shades offer total darkness
- Soften light with solar or cellular shades
- Curtains will block additional light seepage
Get rid of the distracting glare on your television screen with home theater curtains and blackout shades. Solar screen shades and semi-opaque cellular shades will uniformly soften light to minimize glare, while a blackout shade will completely darken the room. Please keep in mind that "blackout" only applies to light passing through the fabric and you may need to consider light going around the sides of the shade. Curtains are also a practical solution in this case and will be able to completely cover your existing blinds or shades. Solid shades will always be more effective at reducing glare than blinds with slats and holes that allow light to pass through.
customer reviews for home theater
By Mike from Whitestone, NY
Once they where up, they made my living room spectacular! It took me a while to hang up but that's also due to the fact that I had a custom setup for a window that is 8 feet across. This made my panels big and heavy but worth the effort. Getting them to align at the center was the hardest part. But once they were up they really look nice. My wife and I love the look and everyone that sees them says the same.View this product
"Great Quality Product"
By Trish from St. Louis area
I love the Blindsgalore Signature composite wood shutters for their quality and the stylish look that plantation shutters in general give to my house. They are more expensive than blinds, but add so much in beauty and also help keeping out drafts. You will not regret buying these shutters. Also, they are very easy to install - even for a novice like me!View this product