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.
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Size24" x 36"
Type of Window
customer reviews for home theater
"Great value for money!"
By amberdana from Becker MN
I spent a lot of time shopping for custom drapes for my two big picture windows; it was impossible to find off the rack drapes wide enough, and custom drapes through Costco's partner company were insanely expensive. I am so happy I found Blindsgalore--the employees I telephoned and emailed were so professional, and I am so happy with how great my drapes look!View this product
"Does the job well"
By SMC from New Jersey
A nearby parking lot recently upgraded their security lighting to the point where even with my shades closed my bedroom was bright enough to read a book all night long. These do an excellent job of stopping that light when they're down, and when it's daytime and you want the day light, they take up a minimal amount of the window when opened.View this product