Curtains. Monday , October 09th , 2017 - 06:32:57 AM
There are fairly thin living room curtains that help reduce the noise a little but on the opposite end are theater and acoustic curtains that block out a lot more however these are usually a lot more costly. Several curtains will come with various layers like foam or vinyl that can help silence that annoying noise. The curtains with multiple layers even if thin are the ones that have the best results. Recently double curtain setups which reduce noise even more are becoming a popular trend to reduce the noise even further.
Acoustic blankets can help out greatly though in areas where it’s hard to hear yourself think over the car noise. Unfortunately no set of curtains will make a room completely soundproof even if you help out the curtains with acoustic blankets. If you are looking for a complete soundproof room there are alternatives like double pane windows, special insulation in the walls, or even different types of drywall. However if you’re looking just to help lower noise and get a better sleep while keeping the costs low then curtains are the way to go.
This Sheer Grommet sheer curtain is perfect to provide an elegant finish the living room. Because this set of curtains come in 84,96 and 108 inches long, you might also decide to use a colored tie to tie them in opposite directions.Or you can also tie them both together at the center.You can also just push the curtains sideways in opposite directions if you wish to have a perfect view of the outdoor.
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