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Block out the light and sleep better

With block-out blinds or curtains, you can make sure your much-needed sleep isn’t disturbed by moonlight or street lights, and that you can enjoy a lie-in without the sun waking you up.

A bedroom with a bed in the middle and windows with INGERT curtains and TRETUR block-out roller blinds pulled half-down.
A bedroom with a bed in the middle and windows with INGERT curtains and TRETUR block-out roller blinds pulled half-down.

Extra easy to put up

You can cut SCHOTTIS block-out pleated blind to the size you need and it’s easy to attach to your window frame. No drilling required.

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Electric block-out blinds

With FYRTUR block-out roller blinds, you can set a timer to let you enjoy a good night’s sleep in the dark and then be woken up by daylight as the blinds go up in the morning. You can control them with a remote control, the IKEA Home smart app which includes a timer, and Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit or Google Home.

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Curtains that keep out light (or most of it)

As well as block-out curtains, you can also get room-darkening curtains, like these ones, that keep most of the light out. They often come in brighter colours than block-out curtains, so you get more options to suit your style.

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Block-out in your living room

You can also use block-out blinds to avoid glare on your TV screen on bright days or if you fancy watching a horror film in total darkness to increase your fear level! Add curtains for more softness and beauty.

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Plan your own curtain track rail projects

Are you thinking of putting up curtains using track rails, maybe lots of cosy layers in a window or a curtain that divides up a room into different areas? If so, why not design everything first on the VIDGA planner?