Collection: Paper 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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    $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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  • 5/8" DAY/NIGHT Cellular Shades Single Cell Cordless
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 5/8
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    $102.99
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  • Classic Fabric Blackout Roller Shades
    Roller Shades and Solar Shades, Parent Classic Fabric Blackout Roller Shades
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Paper Blackout Shades

Paper blinds for windows are an ideal temporary solution for homeowners who have recently bought a house or just installed their windows. They require zero maintenance and are affordable enough for you to replace them whenever they wear out.

However, for many people, they're also a permanent solution. Imagine yourself as a student on a tight budget struggling to sleep in your dorm room with inadequate blinds. Or perhaps you're an office worker who worked overtime and just wants to sleep in a little while longer. This won't be possible with regular blinds, no matter how dark in color. As soon as the first rays of the sun hit your window and the beams filter through the sides, it's over.

That's why paper blackout blinds are universal and fit anyone who needs them. They cover your windows from edge to edge and keep natural and street light out. As they're made of paper, you can even cut them yourself if you are slightly off with the dimensions during the purchase.

Moreover, paper blackout shades require no special installation tools, making them a perfect DIY project for homeowners of any age. They feature no cords, so you can freely put them in children's rooms and ensure your little ones aren't exposed to harmful UV lights.

A wide range of blinds, shades, and shutters are on the market today. You can choose from a multitude of blackout blinds, blackout cellular shades, pull-down blackout shades, and blackout roller blinds. And if you can't find what you're looking for, some blind brands offer custom blinds.

If you don't want your room to be pitch-black, compare room darkening vs. blackout shades. These products sound similar, but they have different qualities and have their own respective purposes.

Visit Factory Direct Blinds to find the best blackout blinds.

FAQs

How long do paper shades last?

You might've bought blackout paper shades to cover your windows for a few weeks. But they'll last you for much longer. You might be surprised that your blinds are holding up months after the initial installation.

What is blackout paper?

Blackout paper refers to paper shades specifically designed to prevent any light from entering your room. They absorb the sunlight and damaging UV lights without yellowing or cracking under heavy heat exposure.

Do paper blackout blinds keep heat out?

Although it's often thought that black attracts sun and heat, that's not the case with paper blackout shades. These paper blinds are heatproof and won't warm your room even during the year's hottest months.

What type of shades are best for blackout?

The best type of shade for blackout is, unsurprisingly, blackout shades. They'll keep your room 100% dark while you sleep, during movie nights, and even during the day.