Collection: Blackout Shades for Sliding Glass Doors

  • 9/16" Classic Single Cell Blackout Cordless Blinds
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 9/16
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    $98.99
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  • Economy Basic Vinyl Blackout Roller Shades
    Roller Shades and Solar Shades, Parent Economy Basic Vinyl Blackout Roller Shades
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    $35.99
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  • 1/2" Budget Single Cell Blackout Cordless Top-Down/Bottom-Up
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 1/2
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    $100.99
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  • 1/2" Budget Single Cell Blackout Cordless
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 1/2
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    $79.99
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  • Modern Fabric Blackout Roller Shades
    Roller Shades and Solar Shades, Parent Modern Fabric Blackout Roller Shades
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    $87.99
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  • Classic Fabric Blackout Roller Shades
    Roller Shades and Solar Shades, Parent Classic Fabric Blackout Roller Shades
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    $63.99
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Blackout Shades for Sliding Glass Doors

Sliding glass doors can be a valuable addition to any room, letting a large amount of natural light and fresh air inside. However, there are times when you may want to enjoy the darkness. Let’s suppose you worked long hours and finally have a day off. You probably don’t want the sunshine to wake you up first thing in the morning from your much-needed sleep. Instead, you want to isolate yourself from the outside world and charge your batteries.

There are other scenarios in which you may be bothered by the amount of light sliding glass doors allow to pass through.Whatever the circumstances, blackout blinds and shades for sliding glass doors are the answer. These products are like impenetrable shields that prevent natural light from finding its way into your home. It’s important not to confuse room-darkening vs. blackout blinds. The former block light only to a certain degree, while the latter block 100% of light.

Blackout shades and blinds for windows offer functionality, but what about the looks? You have nothing to worry about because blackout shades look exceptional. The availability of color schemes guarantees you’ll find something that suits your home. 

If you’re searching for premium shades and blinds, look no further than Factory Direct Blinds. We offer hundreds of options. If you need help, our staff is more than happy to assist.

FAQs

What type of shades are best for sliding glass doors?

The answer depends on what you want in terms of light control and privacy. You can invest in cellular shades or opt for blackout roller blinds. There are also Roman shades, vertical blinds, faux wood blinds, and much more.

How do I block the light on my sliding glass door?

You can use blackout blinds or shades if you want to completely block natural light.

Can you put a shade on a sliding door?

Yes, absolutely! Installing shades on sliding doors gives you ultimate control over your privacy and the amount of light that’s allowed to “come in.”

What is the best blind solution for sliding doors?

The best solution is the one you consider best. If you need help figuring out what “best” means for you, our employees at Factory Direct Blinds can assist.