Triple-layer curtains are the choice for all situations. They are designed to keep cold air out and warm air in and dampen outdoor noise, creating a more peaceful environment inside your home. Triple-layer curtains also do a great job of filtering out light. They are composed of two layers of blackout cloth, one lining layer, the default option is the same color on both sides.
Multiple choices: Customize size (Available from 20" to 200" in height and width respectively), multiple color and curtain header type.
Material: 100% imported high-quality polyester. Weight 880 g/m².
Header type: Grommet/Rod Pocket/Dual Rod Pockets/Back Tab/Tab Top/4-IN-1
Package Included: 1 piece of curtain
Hand wash, max 86°F
Do not bleach, do not tumble dry
Warm ironing the back only
Do not dry cleaning
Do not use fabric softener to protect the fabric
I bought these in Grey and am very pleased. Nice weight and nice material for the price. These are great at blocking out light. I have overslept a couple times because when I roll over, it is still dark, so I think it is not yet morning! On work days, I leave them open a bit to remind me that it is daylight. They help with energy saving by keeping out any drafts. Highly satisfied.
Great drapes. Well made and the color fits exactly what I had in mind. I think it is worth buying. I do need to iron out all the wrinkles, but that’s a minor thing.
Compared to targets home essential brand. These are Awsome you get 2 for the price of one and they are a way nicer material plus they seem to black out more light if you go with dark colors. I ordered 10 of these and put 6 on a 120 inch window an they seem to look an work great compared to my old blinds. Happy customer. Would buy again
Iam using these curtains for my room !! Looks great , looks fresh and bring out my room! Grate lighting
I got these in the cappuccino color. It’s exactly that color. They are velvety soft with a black backing. I loses them out the very next day when the sun was shining the most. When they say black out it’s a blackout. I got the one that are 95 inches long and they look great!!!!
These are really nice curtains, and I’ve been able to sleep during the day so much better. In AZ during the summer/fall months we have a crap load of sunshine so it’s light out for a long part of the day, and these make my bedroom super dark. I only wish the color of the grommets were not silver as I ordered a bronze-colored curtain rod so that part of the curtains really stands out, but that’s on me for not paying attention.
Truly life changing sound barrier curtains!!! They definitely help with the quality of sleep, quietness, and solace for me and my whole family. The sound isolation is incredible! There was so much noise pollution around with constant main road traffic, pool/deck construction and chainsaws next door, water main construction on the main road with giant trucks/bulldozers and jackhammers, multiple lawn mowers, outdoor concert noise, birds constantly chirping, and weekly Brazilian parties. Especially with people coming out of the woodworks after the pandemic with the noisiest, most annoying things on the planet all at once. These curtains truly dampened ALL that noise to a distance or to completely nothing. Almost all of it gone. Our sleep at night has dramatically improved and deepened. Best in our lives and finally feeling fully rested. I used to wear sleep masks daily for years but haven’t needed to since I got these. Completely pitch black as seen in my photos. It feels like we’re in a luxury hotel resort. That’s how good they are. Keeps the room cool during summer nights as well. I installed these in my master bedroom and my older daughter’s room so far. Will get more for my son’s room and downstairs later on.
I’ve noticed a lot of people complain that they don’t provide any sound proofing or blackout at all but what I’m realizing is that they are NOT installing these properly. Did A LOT of research on this. The rule is that the curtain width should be 2.5x the window width. i.e. My windows are 44″ wide and 2 panels together are 104″. The 2.5x rule is good because you have a nice amount of wave folds/S folds to absorb more sounds. But if the curtains were closed flat, not isolating much at all (I suggest more panels than doubling up so you get the same amount of waviness as seen in my last photo with the curtains closed and door open). I purchased 6x 84″ curtains so they can be mounted 6-9″ ABOVE the window and 12-20″ BELOW the window, plus 5-6″ WIDER than EACH side of the window. That way it blocks more sound waves and provides full coverage PAST the edges of the window. Had you installed edge to edge from top to bottom and side to side matching the same height and width of your windows, there’s no coverage and obviously there will be sound leakage through the sides and light will pass through. (Duh?) The ones in my daughter’s room are mounted only 6″ higher and I still notice a difference when mounted higher at 9″. Above, below, and wider REALLY matter.
I originally bought 2x 63″ to save money but ultimately decided to return them bc my windows were only 55″ tall. So there clearly wouldn’t be enough coverage at the bottom. I re-bought all matching 84″ so they were all full length. I could have probably went for the 95″ full ceiling to floor coverage but 84″ still works. These triple layer sound barrier 100% blackout curtains are perfect. I tried Nicetown’s Dust Isolate Non-Oily Particle Quadra layer curtains and the sound isolation was 3-4 decibels higher than these. Not as good sound wise. Most likely bc when Nicetown fused the 2 inner layers together, the tiny holes don’t block sound as well as these curtains with the solid felt layer in the middle. So I had to return those too for these bc lower decibels matter more to me than the breathing protection filter feature. Now I’m super happy and at peace. Truly up-leveling life with these curtains!
Color matched great
Keep out the light. Not heavy and bulky.
These do darken the room with no light shining through the fabric. He seemed to have a bigger role than I expected, and I’m glad I chose it, even though I’ve picked a lot, it’s what I wanted.