What Are Thermal Drapes?
With all of the different styles of drapes out there it can be difficult to choose the right drapes for your home. Did you know that there is one type of drapes that can actually save money on your heating bill? Thermal drapes are by far the best energy efficient drapes in the world. How do you choose the right curtains for your home though? Well, that is exactly what we are going to explore in this article. We are going to cover everything from closet hanging options, window treatments and even room divider ideas that will work to split that one bedroom dorm room into two.
The very first black out drape that we are going to explore is the Mainstays Casual Canvas Thermal/Foam-Lined Energy Efficient Curtain Panels. These are actually extremely modern, contemporary and heavy. These drapes are available at Walmart for just about $14.92 per panel. These make great replacement drapes for a living room, dining room or even a bedroom and they will keep all of your heat locked away to allow you to save on your energy bill!
Another set of drapes that is available on Overstock.com and it is the Thermal Backed Hopsack Blackout Curtain Panel Pair, these are blackout curtains that would be fantastic for any condo, apartment or home. These are available for $44.99 and are offered in three different colors so you will be able to find the right color and style for your home!
The next set of thermal drapes work great for a nursery and are actually available at many different suppliers at many different prices, however Kmart has the best prices. The Thermal Weave Taupe Window Panel are only about $14.99 per panel and these curtains are so thick and beautiful, they add in a level of elegance to any room that they are in. You want style that no one has? These are the drapes that will be able to offer you that.
Next up is a beautiful set of curtains that would go perfectly in a living room or dining room. The Whisper Iridescent Thermal Back Panels are available at sears.com for just about $26.36. These are incredible looking pea colored drapes that are thick and will be able to save you quite a bit of money on your heating bill. They are also extremely energy efficient.
Up next is the Aurora Antique Satin Thermal-Backed Window Panel, these are incredible looking red curtains that are pleated and available at Kohls.com. If you are looking for something bright and bold, these are the curtains for you. They are bright, bold and certainly a great way to make a statement. They are only about $49.99 per panel and they are worth the price, for you will be able to have them for quite some time.
Finally, the last product that we are going to talk about is the Thermal Backed Belvedere Blackout Curtain Panel Pair, these are another thermal pair of drapes that have blackout options as well, so if you are looking for a way to block out that sunlight in your bedroom, this is it. These window treatments are also designed with energy efficient thematic lining in mind. They are available on overstock.com for just $41.49.
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