Our wide range of Blackout Curtains and Blinds are perfect for adding style whilst reducing noise and unwanted light in any room. Whether you prefer light, natural eyelet curtains, bold-coloured roller blinds or interesting patterned curtains, you can find a style that will keep your room dark in the summer and warm in the winter.
Shop our range and find the right Blackout curtains and Blinds at Harry Corry. Remember, we have click & collect available on most of the range so that you can pick up in-store!
When would I need blackout curtains and blinds
Blackout curtains, sometimes referred to as drapes, are occasionally made of a double-lined, tightly woven material designed to block out light completely. They are increasingly common for those who want pitch darkness for a good night's sleep, or anyone who working the night shift who wants undisturbed sleep. Roller blinds are used in the same vein as blackout curtains, but for smaller windows.
Types of blackout curtains and blinds available
There are various types of blackout curtains and blinds to pick from, so you will be spoilt for choice. The most popular you'll see in stock at Harry Corry include:
Eyelet curtains - the curtains always hang from a curtain pole, which is threaded through metal rings.
Roller blinds - a single piece of fabric which wraps around a casing and fits into the top of your window frame.
Pencil pleat curtains - the header of the curtain is tightly gathered that looks semi-cylindrical or pencils.
Thermal eyelet curtains - the curtain has a protective thermal layer that helps keep prevent warmth from escaping.
Remember, all of our curtains are ready-made for your convenience. You can use the side menu to filter products down to the width and drop you need.
Blackout curtains and blinds in colours for every home
Given their popularity, blackout curtains and blinds now come in different styles, designs, and colours to match your décor perfectly. Our range comes in the following colours:
What do I need to measure when buying blackout curtains and blinds
Measuring blackout curtains is difficult as it depends if you're measuring for blackout eyelet curtains or blackout pencil pleat curtains. Please see our Ready Made Eyelet Curtains page for how to measure eyelet curtains or our Ready Made Pencil Pleat Curtains page for how to measure pencil pleat curtains.
For measuring roller blinds, you'll need to determine where you want to install the blinds and measure the width and height of the window frame. Next, add a few extra centimetres to the measurements to ensure a snug fit. If you plan to mount the roller blinds outside the window frame, measure the width and height of the area you want to cover. Double-check your measurements to ensure accuracy before placing your order.
Fast delivery of blackout curtains and blinds
Qualifying orders come with free delivery in the UK & ROI. We try our best to dispatch curtains as fast as possible. If you need any assistance, don't hesitate to contact us.
Need blackout curtains for your doors?
If it's a case of keeping light out around your front or back door, take a look at our single-panel blackout curtain range, which features smaller versions of some of the premium Iona range you've seen here.