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Not sleeping as well as you’d like? Getting an irritating glare every time you watch TV? It might be time for some blackout curtains.
These curtains can help block out all traces of light, allowing you to hang out and sleep in total darkness. Right now, Amazon has gorgeous Deconovo curtains on sale as part of its Deal of the Day, starting as low as $12 a panel!
If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And even those without Prime get free shipping on orders of $25 or more).
The Deconovo Blackout Curtains are available in 15 lengths and dimensions, so they’ll fit perfectly over any type of window. They’re great for apartment dwellers who want to avoid neighbors’ prying eyes or to hang in your bedroom to give you an excuse to sleep in just a little longer. The poly curtains have a foil printed wave striped pattern for a subtle shimmer. Choose from 17 gorgeous shades, ranging from coral pink to black.
Most sizes run about $20 to $30 for two panels (originally $40 to $50), but some start as low as $12 (was $21).
“Perfect! I absolutely love these curtains,” one shopper raved. “I've had blackout curtains in the past and they were really heavy. These curtains are medium weight but still blackout the room. The material is soft and silky and they hang so nicely. I also hung them from the package. Wrinkle-free! I love the metallic design. I am so pleased with this purchase.”
“These curtains are beautiful!!!” another chimed in. “They look so much better than advertised. This is my second set of curtains by this company. If you're looking for unique and elegant curtains Deconovo has what you need!!!”
A third added: “You know that rare moment when you open something you ordered and it's more? More everything? That was these curtains. Very pleasing to the eye and thicker than I imagined. The first night sleeping with my new setup, I awoke thinking that I only slept a few hours. That is how good the blackout is on these.”
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