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If outdoor light interrupts your sleep, you may rest better using blackout or room-darkening curtains. After testing 20–using a strobe burst and a light-sensitive camera–we’ve found our favorites: the Freemansburg Solid Blackout Thermal Curtains, if you want a stylish option that blocks most light; or the Sebastian Insulated Total Blackout Window Curtains, if you need cavelike darkness (and don’t mind shiny fabric).

If you need to darken a room but also want good-looking curtains, we recommend the Freemansburg Solid Blackout Thermal Curtains, which are sometimes also sold under their former name, the Bellino Textured Blackout Curtain. Unless you’re extremely light sensitive, these should block enough light to help you sleep at night, and the fabric looks much better than any total-blackout style we’ve seen. We’ve tested many blackout curtains and found that the ones that block the most light often have cheap-looking fabric, but the fabric on these looks and feels high quality. Although the curtains may let a little light in during the day, they’ll still block more light than many curtains we’ve found. We also prefer these to total blackouts for napping kids, whose sleep rhythms can be disrupted in the day by a room that is too dark. They come in 14 colors and five lengths, so they’ll match a range of interior styles.

The Sebastian Insulated Total Blackout Window Curtains are among the few curtains that completely blocked all light during our testing. They’re the best choice for people with extreme light sensitivity and for shift workers (or anyone else) who sleeps during the day and needs a pitch-black bedroom. They aren’t the prettiest of our picks—the fabric is very, very shiny—but they look better than the other total-blackout curtains we’ve found. We’ve tested them twice, and when installed properly they’ll keep a room cave-dark. Available in six colors and five lengths, these should work with most windows.

If you want an eye-catching color-blocked look and excellent room darkening, IKEA’s Marjun Curtains are a solid choice. They’re the least expensive of our picks, and though they don’t provide 100 percent darkness, they come pretty close—they even block a bit more light than our favorite darkening curtains. The downside is they come in only gray, blue, or lilac and only in one length, making them the least versatile curtain we recommend.

The Crate and Barrel Silvana Silk Blackout Curtains are the most beautiful curtains we recommend, but they block the least light. The fabric is higher quality and drapes better than the other curtains we tried, so they’re perfect for adding luxury (and some room darkening) to your home decor. This is our only pick made with natural fibers; the front is a blend of silk and linen, while the liner is 100 percent polyester. They look better and feel lighter than any other blackout curtains we’ve tried, but don’t expect them to create a totally dark room.

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Why you should trust us

As a Wirecutter staff writer, I focus on making the bedroom comfortable and functional so you can get the best sleep. I co-wrote our guides to sheets and bed pillows, and I’ve written much of our other bedding coverage, including guides to blankets and duvet covers. I’ve also personally shopped for blackout curtains because I’m married to a light-sensitive sleeper.

Several sleep experts helped me get a full picture of how light and noise affect us when falling asleep, the struggles of shift workers, and how dark a room should be for sleeping and napping children. I spoke with Michael Perlis, PhD, director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at University of Pennsylvania; Jerome Siegel, PhD, director of the Siegel Lab at UCLA’s Center for Sleep Research; Jodi Mindell, PhD, professor of psychology at Saint Joseph’s University and author of Sleeping Through the Night: How Infants, Toddlers, and Their Parents Can Get a Good Night’s Sleep; and Rachel Manber, PhD, a behavioral sleep medicine specialist at Stanford University Medical Center. I also spoke to Berek Awend, a former sales manager at who previously owned a blinds store, to find out how to measure for and install blackout curtains to get the best coverage.

Who should get these

Our experts told us that most people would benefit from a darker room while they sleep. Whether you need total blackness or just a very dark room depends on your own reaction to light. “Individuals differ in their sensitivity to light, so I don’t think one answer fits everyone,” Siegel at UCLA told us. But for shift workers who sleep during the day, Manber from Stanford said total darkness is essential.

Most curtains we’ve tested for this guide are labeled as blackout curtains, but often they’re simply room-darkening (and sometimes not very good at that). True blackout curtains and shades, when installed properly, will block all light, even daylight, while good room-darkening curtains will block most light at night but are less effective during the day. If you want to darken a room for children napping during daylight hours, Mindell, author of Sleeping Through the Night: How Infants, Toddlers, and Their Parents Can Get a Good Night's Sleep, told us room-darkening curtains are probably better because a little bit of light actually helps preserve their sleep rhythms.

Some people use these curtains to block outdoor light for a home theater—and the Sebastian Total Blackout curtains we recommend will work for that purpose—but our focus in this guide is on improving sleep. We also have a guide to blackout shades.

How we picked and tested

We’ve researched 56 blackout curtains since 2017, and our criteria for narrowing down the best have always been simple:

Effective light blocking: If a curtain is labeled as blackout or room-darkening and it doesn’t make a room significantly darker, it’s not doing its job. We read countless user reviews to see if the curtains we considered lived up to that promise.

Attractive fabrics: Most of the blackout curtains we’ve found are made with synthetic fabrics, which are better at blocking light, but many of them are ugly. Blackout curtains have a specific job to do, but they’re still a prominent piece of home decor so they should look as smart as possible. We focused mostly on solid-colored curtains available in at least a few shades to work with a variety of styles.

Easy to buy: We found a lot of custom-made blackout drapes, which can start at $500 a panel and take a while to have made. We looked for more affordable options and also for curtains that are consistently available. To make sure the curtains we recommend will stay in stock, we mainly focused on retailers selling the same styles year after year.

Available in a variety of sizes: Windows come in all shapes and sizes, so we looked for curtains in a variety of lengths and widths. Wide panels are essential for proper installation—all of our picks are at least 48 inches wide, and most are more.

Many manufacturers say their blackout curtains will help insulate drafty windows and reduce noise, but we didn’t focus on these factors or test for them. If your windows are letting in a lot of cold air or noise, curtains will only marginally help. We cover a few other measures you can take to block light and noise from the bedroom (such as weatherstripping windows and doors) here.

In 2017, we tested 13 curtains, and in 2019 we tested 11 (including retests of our original picks). I examined every curtain for construction and fabric quality, then photographed how much light came through each curtain.

A grid of test images showing light bleed behind different blackout curtains.

In both years of testing we used a studio strobe light to flash an intense burst of light directly into the back of the curtain fabric while we simultaneously took a picture from the front; we used very light-sensitive settings to try to capture any light that came through. In the resulting pictures, the blacker the photograph, the better the curtain was at blocking light. With this testing method, only three of the 20 curtains we’ve tested over the years proved to be true total-blackout curtains, with just a few others coming very close.

Our pick: Freemansburg Solid Blackout Thermal Curtains

A teal pair of Freemansburg Solid Blackout Thermal Curtains in front of a window.

The Freemansburg Solid Blackout Thermal Curtains offer the best combination of light blocking and good looks of any curtains we’ve tested. They come in a wide range of colors and lengths, and the 50-inch width is generous enough to fully cover most windows. They’re also available from a few different retailers, and we think the price is reasonable.

When properly installed, the Freemansburg curtains are more than sufficient for darkening a room. They weren’t the best curtains we tested at blocking all light, but they did an impressive job, letting in just a hint of light during our photography tests. They aren’t as effective as the IKEA Marjun and Sebastian Total Blackout curtains (two of the few true blackout curtains we’ve found), but they blocked more light than the Crate and Barrel Silvana style and most of the others that we’ve tried in two years of testing.

A teal pair of Freemansburg Solid Blackout Thermal Curtains in front of a window.

The 100 percent polyester Freemansburg curtains are the best-looking synthetic blackouts we’ve found that are actually effective at stopping light. In our tests, synthetic fabrics consistently block more light than natural fibers like cotton, linen, and silk–even if those fabrics are backed with synthetic linings. They never look as good, though—the polyester often looks cheap and very shimmery. The Freemansburgs have a simple matte weave that’s more understated and easy to live with than other polyester curtains we’ve considered, but they’re still not as lovely as the silk and linen Crate and Barrel Silvanas.

A grid of test images showing light bleed behind different blackout curtains.

The 14 color choices—the most of any of our picks—also make these the most versatile curtains we found. They’ll match most decor. The polyester IKEA Marjun curtains look nice, but they come in only three colors, and only one 98-inch length. The Freemansburg panels come in four lengths (84 inches, 96 inches, 108 inches, and 120 inches), and the generous 50-inch width offers plenty of coverage for maximum light blocking.

A close up of the hanging curtain rings of a pair of teal curtains.

Confusingly, our test set of Freemansburg curtains arrived labeled as the Bellino Textured Blackout Curtain. We spoke to Joss & Main and confirmed that the manufacturer recently changed the name. They’re still sold under the Bellino name at JCPenney and Home Depot (which also offer a 63-inch length but fewer colors in all sizes), but Joss & Main had the best selection and some of the best prices—you can pick up two 84-inch panels for about $80.

Flaws but not dealbreakers

Some user reviews note that these snag easily, especially when hanging them, and we did notice a couple of snags out of the packaging. But our wear tests didn’t cause any additional snags, so we think taking extra care when putting them up is probably all you need to do.

Our pick: Sebastian Insulated Total Blackout Window Curtain Panels

A pair of grey Sebastian Insulated Total Blackout Window Curtain Panels in front of a window.

If you need to make your room completely dark, even during the day, the Sebastian Insulated Total Blackout Window Curtain Panels are the best we’ve found. They’re one of only three we’ve ever found that blocked light completely, but their fabric looks very shiny. The front of the Sebastian curtains is fairly opaque, but the real light blocker is the lining—a thick layer of tightly woven polyester that looks more substantial than the linings of our other picks. This combination of materials blocked every trace of light, and several owner reviews noted that these curtains were effective enough to use in home theaters.

A grid of test images showing light bleed behind different blackout curtains.

We’ve tested the Sebastians twice in two years, in a light and a dark color, and though they look a little better than another total blackout curtain we found (the Emery Total Blackout), they’re still far less stylish than the other picks on our list. The fabric is so shiny it almost glitters. The panels come in five colors and five lengths (63-, 84-, 95-, 108-, and 144-inch versions). Long-term testers have told us these curtains are very effective for blocking light, but the wrinkles they have out of the package do not smooth out even after living on a curtain rod for a couple of years. You might want to give these a light pressing before hanging.

Budget pick: IKEA Marjun Curtains

A pair of grey IKEA’s Marjun blackout curtains in front of a window.

IKEA’s Marjun blackout curtains are the least expensive curtains we recommend, they’re nearly as good at blocking light as the Sebastian Insulated curtains, and the fabric and color-blocked design looks better. But because they only come in one size (and only three colors, gray, lilac, and blue), they won’t fit in with as wide a range of interiors as our picks with more available colors. For around $50 for a pair of 98-inch curtain panels (which you can hem to fit if necessary), we think they’re a bargain, as long as you like the style.

A grid of test images showing light bleed behind different blackout curtains.

The Marjun curtains are made from thickly woven 100 percent polyester and backed with blackout material. These are sturdy, well-made curtains that should last for years. The color blocking along the bottom adds a little more personality to a room than our solid-color picks too. One Wirecutter staffer has been long-term testing them in her NYC apartment since our original guide published in 2017 and liked them enough to hang them in both her and her daughters’ rooms.

Upgrade pick: Crate and Barrel Silvana Silk Blackout Curtains

A pair of heather linen Crate and Barrel Silvana Silk Blackout Curtains in front of a pair of french doors.

If you want a stylish curtain that makes a room a bit darker, the silk and linen Crate and Barrel Silvana Silk Blackout Curtains get the job done. They’re some of the nicest-looking curtains we found, but they block the least amount of light of our picks. They still performed better than almost half the blackout curtains we’ve tested since 2017, though. They’re the only curtains we recommend made with natural fibers—the silk threads give them a subtle sheen that catches the light beautifully, while the linen adds some texture. They look put together but not fussy.

A grid of test images showing light bleed behind different blackout curtains.

The Silvana curtains do have a polyester lining, which helps block more light than the silk-and-linen front would on its own. In our light test photos we could see the shape of the flash through the curtain, but the light was muted. These won’t be as effective at blocking light as our other picks, so if you need total darkness during the day they’re not the best choice. But they should block street lamps and less direct light at night. The Silvana curtains are available in three neutral colors and three lengths (84 inches, 96 inches, and 108 inches). They’re the narrowest of our curtain picks, with 48-inch-wide panels, but that’s still more generous than several we’ve researched and tested. A pair of panels will fit most windows, but to be sure, measure yours and add 12 inches on each side for proper installation. Like the Freemansburg curtains, these had a couple of minor snags out of the package, but they survived our wear tests—brushing them vigorously with a corn brush. These are also the only curtains we recommend that are dry-clean only.

How to properly hang blackout curtains

To completely block all light, you have to install the curtains correctly. Avoid curved rods or any installation that will place the curtains out too far in front of the window. The curtain panels also need to be wide enough and long enough to eliminate light gaps. Berek Awend, formerly of, calls this “the dreaded ‘halo effect.’” His company specializes in commercial blackout needs for photography studios, labs, and medical clinics. They know how to eliminate all traces of light. “When measuring outside the window frame, we suggest measuring 12 inches on both sides and above the opening to eliminate that light,” Awend said. If your curtains aren’t touching the floor, allow at least that much extra space along the bottom of the window as well. Depending on how wide your window is, you may need three panels instead of two.

Care and maintenance

Follow the care labels on your curtains. Many we tested are dry-clean only, and some you can wash on very gentle settings but not iron. Many of the curtains we tested, in synthetic fabrics or natural fibers, came with some wrinkles out of the package. Iron them if you can, or hang them in a steamy shower before putting them up. But it can be a frustrating job and might be worth taking them to the dry cleaner to be pressed and put on hangers—not folded.

The competition

We tested Pottery Barn’s Emery linen-cotton curtains in 2017 and Belgian Linen Curtains Made with Libeco Linen in 2019, and both had beautiful fabric, but the linen/cotton curtains didn’t compare with the others we tested for blocking out light, and the Belgian linen curtains were heavy enough to be impractical. They were also the most expensive curtains we tested each year.

The West Elm Linen Cotton curtains, our former upgrade pick, were the best of the natural fiber curtains I tested in 2017 for blocking out light, but when I retested a new panel in 2019 they were the worst of all the curtains I tried. They also only come in white.

Pottery Barn Kids offers a few blackout curtain options, and we tested the Hayden Blackout Curtains because they came in the widest variety of neutral, non-pastel colors. They didn’t block as much light as others we tested from Pottery Barn, West Elm, and Crate and Barrel, and the fabric quality wasn’t as good.

Eclipse is a big manufacturer of room-darkening and blackout curtains, and we tested three different models—the Eclipse Canova (sold at JCPenney), the Eclipse Samara (sold at Walmart), and the Eclipse Fresno (sold on Amazon). The Canova and Samara had linings that felt flimsy and thin, like a disposable plastic tablecloth. The Eclipse Fresno curtains were much better quality, but all three were terrible at blocking light.

Sun Zero is another big blackout curtain manufacturer. In 2019, we tested the Evan (sold at JCPenney) and the Easton (sold on Amazon), and they were absolutely identical, down to the model number on the tags. Neither was very good at blocking light, but more frustrating was the pricing. The Evan’s retail price is about five times as much as the Easton price, depending on the color and length, and while JCPenney has frequent sales they’ve always been at least twice the price when we’ve checked.

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  1. Rachel Manber, PhD, behavioral sleep medicine specialist at Stanford University Medical Center, phone interview, December 14, 2016

  2. Jerome Siegel, PhD, director of the Siegel Lab at UCLA’s Center for Sleep Research, email interview, November 28, 2016

  3. Jodi Mindell, PhD, professor of psychology at Saint Joseph’s University and author of Sleeping Through the Night: How Infants, Toddlers, and Their Parents Can Get a Good Night's Sleep, phone interview, November 17, 2016

  4. Michael Perlis, PhD, director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at University of Pennsylvania, email interview, September 22, 2016

  5. Light-Blocking Window Treatment Ratings, Reviews & Comparisons, Sleep Like The Dead, December 8, 2016

  6. Carrie McBride, Sleep Better with Black-Out Curtains: Sources for Buying Them & Making Them, Apartment Therapy, May 9, 2014

About your guide

Jackie Reeve

Jackie Reeve is a senior staff writer covering bedding, organization, and home goods at Wirecutter since 2015. Previously she was a school librarian, and she’s been a quilter for about 15 years. Her quilt patterns and her other written work have appeared in various publications. She moderates Wirecutter’s staff book club and makes her bed every morning.


If you work a night shift or a light sleeper, good bedroom blackout curtains can help you achieve the best sleep each time. Beyond blocking out every last bit of light, blackout curtains can help your home stay temperature-controlled and muffle outside noise. And remember, blackout curtains do not have to be black, or dark for that matter. White blackout curtains can work just as well a blue or dark gray blackout curtain.

To help you find the best blackout curtains for your window needs, the Good Housekeeping Institute tests an array of fabric-based products in our Textiles Lab — whether it's for finding best sheets, walking shoes, or in this case, curtains. In a test for the best-performing blackout curtains, our Lab experts evaluate the curtains' opacity using a standard light. Then, dozens of consumer testers give their opinion on how much light was visible through the blackout curtains when using them in real life.

How to find the best blackout curtains for you

To get the most out of your blackout curtain shopping experience, it's important to understand the different styles of blackout curtains and how they work. There are four curtain header styles to know about:

  • Grommet curtain headers are installed by looping the fabric with metal rings.
  • Rod pocket curtains have a slit for easy, slip-on installation.
  • Tab top curtains use loops to hang off the curtain rod.
  • Pinch pleats curtains are pinched at the top for a pleated look.

For best blackout performance, proper installation and the type of blackout curtain lining you use is key. For optimal blackout, mount your blinds or shades on the outside molding of the window and add side draperies to prevent any light seepage from the sides of the blinds/shades. When shopping, check the label for these blackout curtain linings:

  • Blackout-linedblackout curtains use heavier polyester that make the drapery stiff but achieve a complete blackout.
  • Foam-backed blackout curtains keep the soft folds of the drapery but don't guarantee complete blackout.
  • Thermal-lined blackout curtains use heat-trapping fabrics like flannel but don't guarantee complete blackout.
  • Privacy-lined blackout curtains use a polyester and cotton weave to to keep softness and filter light out.

Whether you're looking for insulated blackout curtains for the living room, short blackout curtains for kids' bedrooms, or simply cheap blackout curtain sets, here are 6 best blackout curtains from top-performing brands like JCPenney, Amazon, Wayfair, and more.


Best Overall Blackout Curtain

Sullivan Blackout Curtains



JCPenney Home has performed well in the Institute Lab tests for years. "I have always depended upon the quality and value of JCP drapes," says one JCPenney shopper.  "They are absolutely the best value in the market." This particular Sullivan style is a best-seller. JCPenney reviewers find the polyester-rayon mix durable and some reviewers pointed out that they loved the "medium weight" of the fabric. Once reviewer says, "These are similar quality to custom drapes, and they look expensive."

The wide grommet style opening accommodates most curtain rods, and the blackout curtains are machine washable. Take note, however, that a few JCPenny reviewers say that though the curtains are darkening, they're not completely blackout. 

Style: Blackout-lined grommet 
: 11 colors, five lengths 84-120 inches


Best Value Blackout Curtain

Instulated Tab Top Blackout Curtains



For cheap blackout curtains, these blackout curtains do the trick and more. And at just $10, these blackout curtains make a great option for houses with multiple windows. These polyester blackout curtains are machine washable and are offered in many sizes and colors.

Wayfair shoppers say the blackout curtains do an excellent job of blocking out light and are "thick enough, but not too heavy." The brand says the curtains are thermal, and reviewers agree, saying the they maintain the temperature of the room. And to the curtains' noise-reducing claim: One reviewer says "Things definitely seem quieter now that I have put them up."

Style: Thermal-lined tab top
Options: Seven colors, two lengths 63 and 84 inches


Best Blackout Curtain for Day Sleepers

Thermal Grommet Blackout Curtains


With seemingly endless color and size options, it's easy to find a blackout curtain in this line that works for you. They have nearly 8,000 five-star Amazon reviews, and an average rating of 4.5 stars, though a few reviews recommend to stay away from white or baby pink for the complete blackout effect. "These are thick, soft and light," says one reviewer. 

"These block out a lot of light and sound from the neighborhood and match my decor nicely," another reviewer says. "I put sheer white curtains over these to create a softer look in the bedroom and it’s gorgeous!" The polyester fabric is machine washable.

Style: Thermal-lined grommet
Options: 20 colors, six lengths 45-90 inches


Most Popular Blackout Curtains on Amazon

Room Darkening Grommet Blackout Curtains



These AmazonBasics blackout curtains have a 4.4 star rating from reviewers. Made from polyester, these blackout curtains claim to "block out sunlight and harmful UV rays, and reduce outside noise." Many reviewers agree, saying the curtains block out "nearly all the light." 

In terms of durability, one Amazon reviewer calls these Amazon blackout curtains the "best curtains [she] owns. "The fabric is excellent and the grommets are solid," she says. "A year on and these things look almost brand new. The kids beat the heck out of these curtains opening, closing, and putting weight on them. The curtain rod will give way before these do." 

Style: Privacy-lined grommet
Options: 20 colors, six lengths 45-90 inches


Best Custom Blackout Curtains

Pinch Pleat Drapery Blackout Curtains


For blackout drapes that perfectly align with your personal home decor, makes it easy for you to choose everything to the last detail. You can choose between bold and bright prints to solid neutral colors and pick out the blackout fabric of your choice (including polyester, linen, and rayon). Then simply enter your dimensions, and these curtains are made just for you. You even can order swatches ahead of time to see how they’ll look in your home. And for $199, you can have a professional come in, measure, and install the blackout curtains for you. 

Style: No-liner grommet
Options: 192 colors, 84 lengths 24-108 inches


Best Blackout Curtains for Nursery

Evelyn Rod Pocket Blackout Curtain



Since babies are often sleeping when it’s light out, it's ideal to make sure their room is dark enough to sleep. These curtains claim to not only do that, but also reduce sound for a better rest. The panel features a unique 2-in-1 hanging method, with loops or pole pockets. And compared to competing blackout curtains, these feature a dainty, pleated design — adding to the calming element of any nursery. They're made of cotton and linen, but for a cotton canvas option, the similar Quincy blackout curtain is a top-performer too. Pottery Barn Kids advises to dry clean these sheets only.

Style: Blackout-lined tab-top
Options: 8 colors, four lengths 63-108 inches

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Thermal Curtains

At Dunelm, we have a range of thermal curtains and thermal curtain linings to help keep the cold out on those blustery, wintry nights. Our range of insulated curtains come in a variety of different colours and thickness levels so you can find the perfect thermal curtains for any room in your home.

There are a lot of proven benefits for having thermal curtains in your home, including saving you money on your heating bills. Thermal curtains are proven to reduce draughts coming into your living room, and as they’re quite heavy, they can have an effect on sound proofing too. Choosing a thermal curtain lining for an existing set of curtains can also prove beneficial as they also have a thermal coating which provides maximum insulation.

For your bedroom, invest in our thick thermal blackout curtains to not only keep heat in but to keep the light out on those bright sunny mornings. We have a selection of different colours and styles to suit any décor in your bedroom including block colours such as black, white, grey and more, as well as patterned thermal blackout curtains, including curtains in our coveted Beautiful Birds design. Whether it’s floral, striped, check, or geometric winter curtains, you can find what you need at Dunelm.

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Nice CurtainsAbubakerQuality fabric, great color and good at blocking sunlight.5

Great product highly recommendedAZAMGreat product highly recommended5

The colour is different fromShiou-HueiThe colour is different from website description. The exactly colour is darker and blue.2

Great curtainsKyleReally disappointed that Ikea is discontinuing the 300cm length in curtains5

Excellent blackout in my daughter’sSarahExcellent blackout in my daughter’s room. Only complaint is the thin string loops for hanging the curtain fray easily and often get stuck on our curtain rod5

Good quality, blocks the lightVirginiaGood quality, blocks the light as intended4

beautiful and luxurious5FIVESTARGot these curtains few weeks a go and they texture and look is so luxurious , very happy with the look !5

Natasha M85They work good at blocking light. They aren't completely blackout as these ones are meant to be layered with other panels. This allows you to customize the look of your window coverings5

Awesome blackoutsstephstefanI bought these for my sons bedroom, and they are perfect! His room is now dark so he doesn't get up at 5am!! Perfect for the sun into the late summer hours too. I love these curtains5

CMMcDBought these to help our newborn sleep better/longer! Our room now feels like a hotel room, the darkness is fantastic!5

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Fantastic BlackoutsJJikeaThese curtains are a great value! They completely block out the sun and are heavy and thick, especially for the reasonable price. My only negative comment would be that the colour of them is very dark, it would be more descriptive for purchasers to call them 'charcoal' as opposed to 'gray'. Worth every single penny regardless5

Thick!Wood911I’ve done lots of searching around for curtains and these by far are the best black out curtains with the best price. They work great for our shift working family! My only recommendation is to have a steamer on hand when you open the package. They come out very wrinkly.5

Looks greatGoodChoiceMaterial is very nice, they add nicely to my decor.4

Phil1968The curtains are perfect and the block out the light.5

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