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THE PERFECT CURTAINS THAT KEEP THE COLD OUT

Did you know there are curtains that keep the cold out of your house? Winter can make for a chilly house on the inside, which can make your electric bill climb high. If you've been looking for a solution then this post will show you how to cover windows to keep the cold out.

Curtains That Keep The Cold Out This might surprise you, but there are curtains that will keep the cold out of your home. Unlike the beautiful windows, we accessorize with, like the ones in our old window post. The windows on our house sometimes need some help to make our lives more comfortable. Have you ever touched your window to see how cold it was outside? Imagine how much chill comes from those windows.

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Curtains That Keep The Cold Out

There are solutions without losing style.  So let's see how to cover windows to keep the cold out.

Wontex Curtains

Curtains that keep the cold out by Wontex grey with grommets

These blackout curtains are thermal and insulated. They balance the temperature in the room and help not only keep the chill in the air out in the winter, but they keep the heat our during the summer.

There are many colors to choice from and they have grommets too for easy open and close!

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Deconovo Curtains

Curtains that keep the cold out by Deconovo sky blue These insulated curtains are both decorative and functional with a silver coated side. The amount of heat loss with these polyester curtains will be perfect to answer your search for curtains that keep the cold out.

Melodieux Elegant Curtains

Curtains that keep the cold out Melodieux Elegant Curtains grey polyester cotton blendThe gorgeous curtains you see are triple weave fabric and they block out light and also soundproof your windows. If replacing windows are in the budget this winter, these are a great solution.

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Honeycomb Cellular Shades

Curtains that keep the cold out honeycomb cellular shades If curtains aren't your style there is another solution on how to cover windows to keep the cold out. These are cordless cellular shades that are light filtering, energy efficient, and safe. The honeycomb construction creates air chambers that insulate and shield your room from the outside heat or cold.

Trader Blinds

Curtains that keep the cold out trader blinds that are honeycomb Color options are many on these. From ivory to linen, to white. You'll find yourself with the perfect match for your home. If you're getting ready to paint this New Year and need some color tips before you hang your blinds, check out our Popular Sherwin Williams Paint Colors post. The blinds can be raised or lowered with the touch of a finger. Your home will be insulated once these cellular shades are installed.

Plantation Shutters

Curtains that keep the cold out plantation shutters Our last option for keeping the cold out is plantation shutters. Not only do they look amazing but they are very functional.  Plus they help with heat in the summer.

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Conclusion

No longer do you have to throw your money out your windows. You now have some great options of curtains that keep the cold out. We'd love to hear and see what you end up using in your home. And did you know that another way to keep your home warm during the winter is to reverse your ceiling fan to circulate the warm air down into the room? Read more about installing ceiling fans and how to shop for one in our enclosed fan post.

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Tuesday 4th of June 2019

[…] We have a few tips on buying curtains in our post Curtains That Keep The Cold Out. […]

liz

Thursday 10th of January 2019

I can take the plastic down! Thank you.

Linda McDonald

Thursday 10th of January 2019

Yes the plastic can come down and you can enjoy insulated curtains.

Cindy Littlejohn

Tuesday 8th of January 2019

Great efficient ideas.

Linda McDonald

Tuesday 8th of January 2019

Thank you! :)