Absolute Zero Velvet Blackout Home Theater Curtain Panel, 95-Inch, Stone Blue

February 4, 2017 - Comment

Who says you can’t watch movies during the day. Now you can transform any room in your home into the ultimate home theater with Absolute Zero Home Theater Curtains. The patented Thermaback techology is designed to block out 100-percent of unwanted light while providing all of the luxury and style of naturally flowing draperies. Watch

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Who says you can’t watch movies during the day. Now you can transform any room in your home into the ultimate home theater with Absolute Zero Home Theater Curtains. The patented Thermaback techology is designed to block out 100-percent of unwanted light while providing all of the luxury and style of naturally flowing draperies. Watch your favorite movies, any time of the day, in the comfort of your own home without intrusive outside light and noise. From traditional to contemporary, these home theater curtains offer versatility in color, design and style to accent any home decor. Customize your look by hanging multiple panels on a decorative curtain rod. Absolute Zero curtains’ light blocking, noise reducing, energy saving benefits make them perfect for any room in the home. Offered in extended lengths including 63-inch, 84-inch, and 95-inch. Create your look from an array of fashion colors. Easy care, machine wash, tumble dry low, do not bleach. Curtain rod sold separately. Imported.

Product Features

  • Blocks 100-percent of intrusive light
  • Reduces unwanted noise and offers thermal benefits
  • Lush velvet fabric emulates real theater curtains
  • Offered in hard to find extended lengths up to 95-inch
  • Easy care, machine wash, tumble dry low, iron low if needed

Comments

Adele S says:

great product for the price

H says:

Even though it says that it helps reduce noise, … Even though it says that it helps reduce noise, that is not true at all. Do NOT buy this product if that is what you are looking for. Light blocking, yes. Sound reducing (even a little bit) beyond absolutely not.

D. Benson says:

Very dark, not black–4 of 5 panels

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