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Fabric Spotlight: the room darkener custom window curtain

Updated: Jul 28, 2022

Are you looking for a solution to reduce outdoor light from interrupting your sleep or reduce the glare in your media room? Custom drapes using the room darkener fabric are the solution to your light management needs.

Blackout and room darkening curtains come in many varieties and qualities. At the drape, we recommend the room darkener fabric. Here is why:

Triple Woven Fabric

The room darkener is a technologically advanced fabric. The fabric consists of three layers that are interwoven. The center layer is woven with black threads which create a layer that keeps out light and provides insulation for the window. While this technology does not provide 100% blackout, it comes very close.

Stylish Fabric

Featuring an understated texture, the room darkener fabric is 100% polyester. The texture is commonly known as a faux linen texture. All 5 colors (stone, tan, denim, spruce green, black) have a combination of light and dark that is inherently woven into the fabric. This unique weave allows the curtain maximum sun blocking ability and ensures that the fabric will not deteriorate over time.

Free Swatches

If you are looking for blackout or room darkening curtains, you know that there are countless options in the marketplace. At the drape, we provide FREE swatches with free shipping. Use code 5FREE and we will send you any 5 swatches per your request. Before making the purchase of custom window curtains, review the quality and color in your home. Hold the swatches up to your window at different times of day to evaluate the aesthetic and functional appeal.

In Real Homes

the room darkener denim, back tab style. the room darkener stone, nickel grommet

You are not alone

At the drape, we know that purchasing custom window curtains for your home can be overwhelming. That is why we are here to help. In addition to the free swatches, we also offer complimentary design consultations. During this video call, we can discuss how to measure, which fabrics and linings will work best, and anything else you may need help with.


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