Your home theater should be a relaxing but functional space where you can bring together friends and family to enjoy the latest blockbuster or a well-loved classic. But nothing is worse than outside light causing glare on your screen, which can it less enjoyable or even hard to watch. The effective long-term solution to reduce glare is to ensure you have the proper window coverings. Eliminating light at the source with updated window coverings is simple and effective. With our selection of shades and drapes, you’re sure to find something that will help you reduce glare without compromising style.
To get the authentic theater feel, consider blackout shades
. They block all external light from entering so you won’t have to worry about glare. If you don’t want any light from creeping in at the edges of your windows, outside mount your blackout shades
. That way you don’t have to worry about any light taking away from your viewing experiences. Or opt for Slumber Shades
, which with the side tack, eliminates 99% of all light and are nthe best blackout shades
, also known as cellular shades
, are an eco-friendly option. They can help to lower your energy costs by maintaining a more stable temperature in your home theatre. Honeycomb shades
are available in two options which are great for home theatres. Light filtering shades
help to diminish glare from outside light. They are great if you still want some natural light and only have a slight glare. If you want even more light and glare reduction, choose the blackout option of honeycomb shades
will give your home theatre a luxurious Old Hollywood feel. If you want to get rid of glare and most light, thick and lined drapes are a great choice. With a variety of styles, patterns, and colours, no matter what your style, you’ll find what you’re looking for to give your home theatre an elegant look.
If you want a more traditional look, a no-holes option, on wood or faux wood blinds, may be for you. Route holes can let in a small amount of light, but with no-holes blinds and shades these holes are no longer needed. This will block even more light while still creating a traditional look.