H.VERSAILTEX Thermal Insulated Top Noise Reducing Blackout Curtains, 2 Panels

Last updated date: March 28, 2020

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H.VERSAILTEX Thermal Insulated Top Noise Reducing Blackout Curtains, 2 Panels

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 110 expert reviews, the H.VERSAILTEX H.VERSAILTEX Thermal Blackout Curtains, 2 Panels placed 7th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note April 16, 2020:
Checkout The Best Blackout Curtains for a detailed review of all the top blackout curtains.

Expert Summarized Score
10 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
2,451 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
It is washer and dryer safe.
- Wiki EZ Vid
Made from microfiber polyester, each of the curtain panels has 8 antique copper grommets.
- Do Best Products
They are made from high quality microfiber polyester and include two panels with vintage grommets.
- Spare Mine
The fabric is among the softest we have seen and they do not squeeze easily — even after washing them.
- Dotbeasts
It will also reduce the noise that comes from outside giving you an enjoyable quiet and peaceful environment in your living room.
- Buy The 10
They are thermally insulated and noise reductive
- Space Mazing
The fabric makes the environment peaceful while blocking out 90-percent sunlight as well as preventing 100-percent UV rays.
- A Guide Product
Making sure that no light passes through these curtains is the inner 1.8’’ diameter which also makes this curtains look luxurious.
- Just Best 10
For a natural blackout in the room, the triple weave not only blocks out light, but also offers you breathable and airy panels.
- The Genius Review
They are efficient in reducing light, noise and UV rays. The classical geometric pattern of these curtains made them look unique and beautiful.
- Paper Window Shades
What experts didn't like
Come wrinkled, but they (wrinkles) are small and disappear quickly
- A Guide Product
Their lighter colors block less light than the darker ones
- Just Best 10

From The Manufacturer

STANDARD SIZE: These blackout vibrant curtain drapes are sold per set including 2 panels. Panel measures: 52"W x 84"L|Set measures: 104"W x 84"L. Each panel has 8 vintage grommets, inner diameter of grommet is 1 5/8 inch. NATURAL BLACKOUT: Crafted from triple inner woven natural microfiber fabric, soft, silky and smooth, skin-friendly, formaldehyde vinyl free, add the peaceful environment. While still can block out 90% sun light and prevent 100% UV ray. SMART FUNCTION: These charming decorative energy-saving window treatment panels are functional and fashionable, have high features on thermal insulated, room darkening, energy efficient, noise reducing and privacy adding. UNIQUE DECOR: Designed with classic geometric pattern, then arrange a clean-lined writing desk and tufted armchair nearby for a cohesive aesthetic, refresh and brighten your space, adorn well for your home, office, apartment, business. EASY CARE: Hassle free for cleaning this stylish nursery window drapes. Machine wash workable for easy maintenance, use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. tumble dry low and warm iron as needed

An Overview On Blackout Curtains

Don’t you love staying at a hotel where the curtains are three layers deep and you never know what time it is when you wake up? Blackout curtains are essential for sleeping in or taking a nap. You’ll find all sorts of styles and patterns to freshen up your space and catch up on some much need sleep.

What makes a curtain or window treatment blackout? When referring to the term blackout, it means that the window treatment is made with a foam or opaque backing. This material then blackens or darkens the room by preventing the sunlight from flooding the room when they are closed. The most common material used to make the curtains is triple-weave polyester. This fabric keeps them light and effective. The NICETOWN Grommet Blackout Curtains, 2-Panels are made from triple-weave fabric and as an added feature are wrinkle-free.

In addition, blackout curtains are not the same as drapes. Curtains are defined as one layer of fabric that filters light. Drapes feature more than one layer and often feature an entire blackout layer. Drapes are typically dark and very heavy. When shopping for blackout curtains, you will find they have blackout features built into the layer of fabric or just a very thin layer sewn on the back, making them much more lightweight than drapes. The Rose Home Grommet Blackout Curtains, 2-Panels is a perfect example of a two-layer curtain that completely blocks out the light.

Blackout curtains are not only good for blocking out the early sunlight. These curtains can also keep your furniture from fading in strong UV rays. In addition, the curtains will keep your heat inside during the winter and the cool inside during the summer. One additional advantage of blackout curtains is their ability to reduce noise or reverb. If you have a large room with high ceilings, blackout curtains can help the space quite a bit. The Deconovo Grommet Blackout Curtains, 1 Panel offers outstanding insulation for those extreme temperatures.

As for style, don’t feel as if you have to compromise when buying blackout curtains. There are many varieties and colors to make your space look beautiful. The PONY DANCE Grommet Blackout Curtains, 2-Panels come in countless colors to accommodate every room in your home. Besides color, you can choose dramatic floor-length curtains, or you can decide which texture you like best. With all the options available, you will certainly find a set to complete your space.

DWYM Fun Fact

The history of blackout curtains started during World War II. The enemies would fly over and drop bombs at night. As a result, the government established ‘blackouts’ so the enemy couldn’t see the lights on in homes. Every household had to keep their blackout curtains closed at night so no light could escape. Britain enforced the blackouts starting in 1939 to confuse the enemy pilots trying to navigate at night. This wasn’t easy for those who had stone-constructed homes or metal window frames. It became a burden for many to hang the heavy cotton fabric and to also remember to close all curtains at night.  Car headlights were even partially covered and as a result, car accidents jumped to a significant high. Crime also had a significant increase during the blackout period.

The Blackout Curtain Buying Guide

  • Always measure your windows before you buy.
  • For the best price, look for a two-pack.
  • If insulation is a concern, look for an insulation rating or terminology.
  • Follow care instructions when laundering.