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Blackout curtains are useful for blocking the light from outside so that you can sleep. They are also an homage to the teen grunge movement of many years ago. No matter why you want them, these modern ones will totally change the way you look at blackout curtains.
A modern twist turns the average set of blackout drapes into something totally revolutionary. Take a second to appreciate how far these curtains have come. Chances are you’re going to want some for yourself.
In 1939, during World War II, Britain called for a mandatory blackout to help hide the city from enemy bombs.
Blackout Curtains Introduced
At that time, homes all over the nation were purchasing or making blackout curtains to hide the lights from inside their homes.
Privacy and Peace
Though it was pretty inconvenient, many homeowners came to like the peace and privacy the blackout curtains provided.
Decided to Keep Them
Many people decided to keep the blackout drapes, even after the war had ended.
Now people buy blackout curtains or shades to trap heat in their house as well as to block outside light.
Roll Up Blinds
Stylish roll up blackout blinds have become a trend in many modern homes.
However, so many people were complaining about how boring the blackout shades looked when hung on the windows.
A Modern Twist
It was only natural then, that someone invented these blackout shades, which make you feel as if you’re gazing at a skyline.
London or New York?
You won’t be able to find just any city, but you can make it as if you are looking out your window at London or New York.
These shades let in some light, but effectively block 99% of UV rays and help keep heat inside your home.
The shades do their job of looking stylish, but they’ll also save you some money on your heating bills.
Besides all the other stuff, you’ll agree that these blackout shades look totally cool. Do you want some for yourself?