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Collection: Nursery Blackout Shades

  • 9/16" Classic Single Cell Blackout Cordless Blinds
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 9/16
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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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  • 1/2" Budget Single Cell Blackout Cordless Top-Down/Bottom-Up
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 1/2
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  • 1/2" Budget Single Cell Blackout Cordless
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 1/2
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  • Modern Fabric Blackout Roller Shades
    Roller Shades and Solar Shades, Parent Modern Fabric Blackout Roller Shades
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  • 5/8" DAY/NIGHT Cellular Shades Single Cell Cordless
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 5/8
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  • Classic Fabric Blackout Roller Shades
    Roller Shades and Solar Shades, Parent Classic Fabric Blackout Roller Shades
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Nursery Blackout Shades

If you live in a bustling neighborhood and struggle with too much outside light during the night, chances are your baby probably is too. In that case, it's time to invest in some blackout blinds

Blackout blinds have many benefits for your little one apart from keeping out the light. They protect your infant from damaging UV lights that come with the seemingly harmless sunlight.

In addition, blackout blinds are perfect for hot summer months. Even dark-colored ones like black won't attract sunlight and heat your nursery. You can freely enjoy the soft summer breeze through an open window without the fear of getting overheated inside your home.

But blackout blinds don't have to be black. You can find them in various colors, designs, and styles. If you prefer Roman shades, you can find them with the same properties as blackout blinds. Cellular and vertical blackout shades are also an option, especially if you care about your interior aesthetics.

FAQs

Is it best to have blackout curtains for nursery?

Blackout curtains are recommended for nurseries due to their UV-filtering and insulating properties. They also keep the room cool during hot summers and might even reduce outside noise. 

Are blackout blinds good for babies?

Although bright colors are crucial for stimulating babies' brains and visual development, a dark room is necessary for quality sleep. You can pull the blackout blinds up during the day and allow natural light into the room. You can also pair nursery Roman blackout shades with some brightly-colored curtains that'll filter out just enough light in the daytime.

How important are blackout shades in nursery?

Nursery blackout shades are essential if you want to prevent your baby from waking due to car or street lights coming through the window during the night.

Is light filtering or blackout better for nursery?

Despite similar names, room-darkening shades aren't the same as blackout curtains. Unlike blackout shades, they don't filter out 100% of the light. Choosing room darkening vs. blackout shades depends on how much light you consider is necessary for your baby's room.