Blackout blinds from Day Dreamer Blinds are a special type of temporary blind that’s designed to completely block light from entering a room. They are attached by Velcro and made of opaque and thick material, so light can’t get through. With a tight seal and a proper fit, these blinds prevent light from leaking in at the edges as well. In fact, if properly installed, blackout blinds can keep any room very dark, even if it’s bright outside.
Blackout blinds from Day Dreamer Blinds are especially useful for families with a new baby as they enable mums and dads to put baby down for a nap in the middle of the day in complete darkness.
With that being said, let’s take a look at some of the benefits that you can get by installing blackout blinds from Day Dreamer Blinds in your home:
Sunlight can slowly heat up your nursery like a greenhouse. This can make your baby uncomfortable and unable to sleep. A tired baby will fuss and sometimes refuse to eat. Instead of spending money on expensive aircon systems and fans, use temporary blackout blinds to keep your nursery cooler and more comfortable.
Better Sleep Quality
During the day, the glare from the sunlight can make baby’s room incredibly bright and not conducive naptime. And at night, streetlights, or the glare of passing headlights may disrupt your baby’s sleep quality as well. Because blackout blinds from Day Dreamer Blinds can block 99% of sunlight from entering a room, it will simulate the nighttime during the middle of the day. Better sleep quality makes for a much happier, healthier baby.
Blackout blinds can give you maximum privacy. Apartments are not safe from prying eyes. Some people use binoculars and even telescopes to spy on others. Today, invasion of privacy is a huge concern. Blackout blinds are an inexpensive and simple way to stop people from seeing what’s inside your home.
Contact Day Dreamer Blinds
To learn more about the benefits of blackout blinds, contact Day Dreamer Blinds today and shop the highest quality blackout blinds the industry has to offer!
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