For all its frosty beauty and captivating snowfalls, winter can be quite the challenging season for your home. Are you dreading drafts and high utility bills this winter? Insulating your window is key when it comes to combating the winter weather. These thermal window solutions will help you get started, whether you want to change your entire window treatment or insulate your existing curtains.
The Ultimate Blackout Thermal Curtain Panel features a three-layer construction, with a tight weave of colored yarns on the front and back sandwiched around an inner layer of black yarns. The thick fabric and density will block drafts and help to maintain room temperature. This grommet-top, insulated panel is available in three curtain lengths, as well as a patio panel size.
Available in both pinch-pleat and tab-top styles, the Crosby Thermal Curtains have an acrylic foam backing that has insulating qualities. Use your clip rings to hang the pinch-pleat curtains or patio panel.
If you prefer a bold pattern, consider the Trellis Thermalogic™ Insulated Curtains. These grommet-top, energy-efficient curtains make a splash with their trellis design. These Thermalogic™ curtains have a Weathermate thermal shade backing that keeps out the cold in the winter. These versatile, insulated curtains can be paired with the Weathermate Solid Color Curtains for a coordinating look.
Fond of your existing curtains? Keep them up! – but consider making an update or two. A thermal curtain liner placed behind your current curtains will make your window more energy-efficient. The Ultimate Thermalogic™ Blackout Curtain Panel Liner can be used with tab-top, pole-top, grommet-top, and pinch pleat curtains. This white liner has an acrylic suede backing.
Are you dealing with drafts at the sides of your curtains? The Blockaide Wrap Around Curtain Rod is a wonderful solution. This metal curtain rod has a clever design that allows your curtains to wrap around the sides. This rod is adjustable from side to side and can be used with tab-top, grommet-top, and rod pocket curtains.
Draft guards are also convenient protectors against cool-air currents. Use draft blockers at the bottom of a door (or possibly on a wide windowsill) to provide insulation. The cute Kitten and Puppy Doorstopper Draft Guards are 36”W and will appeal to pet lovers with their rows of sweet animals.