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Which Window Treatments are Best for Your Sleep Style?

The number of sheep you have to count before falling asleep is largely based on the set-up of your bedroom.

Whether you prefer to sleep in a pitch-black, noiseless space or prefer the warmth of the rising sun on your face, we have recommendations to make your window treatment dreams come true.

If you want to sleep in a darkened space, read on! Up next, the second installment of this two part blog series will talk about treatments for homeowners who favor more light in their rooms. So stay tuned!

Window Treatments Best for Your Sleep Style

Part 1: The Darker, the Better

If you are one of the aforementioned sleepers who need a darkened room, shades are the best way to go. This is because of one simple fact: they are in one piece.

The curved design of some blinds can do similar things to the amount of light in a room. However, shades are still your best bet because they won’t warp and ruin your sleep!

Shades can be ordered with different needs in mind, such as room-darkening. The two main components of all window treatments are what they are made of and how they are constructed.

If you’re interested in new window treatments with light sensitivity in mind, check out this list of shades carried by Dannenmueller Blinds, Shutters, and Closets.

  • Honeycomb Shades by Kathy Ireland Home are unique in their cellular construction and provide sound absorption. Selections range from light-filtering to room-darkening, so you can either rise with the sun or sleep like the dead.
  • If you’re going for a more organic feel, Woven Wood Shades by Kathy Ireland Home are made of natural materials. And customers can choose from a variety of additional room-darkening liners.
  • Mylar and sheer weave styles provide varying degrees of light filtering. All roller and solar shades in the Kathy Ireland Home line help protect your furniture and you, from damaging UV rays.

For more information on these shades and more, check out this page.

Remember, studies have shown that better sleep leads to better health. Help yourself by letting us help you!

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Contact Steve Dannenmueller, the Authority on Shutters, Blinds, & Closets.

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