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Celeste Custom Luxurious Dutch Velvet Total Blackout Curtains
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Deconovo Thermal Curtains 

Deconovo drapes have many superior functions, including total blackout, noise reduction, thermal insulation, energy savings, and privacy protection, ensuring optimal performance and comfort. Our curtains are made from eco-friendly, high-quality fabrics and are easy to maintain and wash.

Thermal curtains & drapes will introduce you to the new meaning of the word luxury. They combine visual comfort and a pleasant atmosphere in the room, ensuring protection from the outside temperature.

Our materials mix sustainability with elegance: linen, wool, and cotton, as well as luxurious cashmere and Dutch velvet, will infuse your home with lavishness. We cover a broad color palette, so you can choose thermal curtains that perfectly fit your room’s design.

Thermal Curtains for Winter & Summer 

If you were wondering whether our thermal curtains are intended for use during summer or winter, the answer is - both! 

The reason lies in the specific nature of this product's insulation. Deconovo heavy thermal curtains are ideal for icy windows. During cold weather, they create an insulating wall between the windows and the indoors. This makes it easier to maintain heat in your home during the winter, which can also reduce energy consumption. 

Drapes from this collection will protect your space from hot weather just as effectively. Thermal curtains are convenient during hot summers when the sun is sometimes too intense. They provide insulation from the strong sun rays and excessively high temperatures, keeping your space fresh despite the external heat. 

We have a wide selection of colors and patterns, so you can easily match Deconovo curtains with the style of your home.





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Benefits of Thermal Curtains

Thermal curtains and blackout curtains are useful additions to any home. Though you may be familiar with blackout curtains, it's important to recognize that they aren't exactly the same as their thermal counterparts.

Often, thermal window treatments are heavier and made with a thick layer of insulated backing. This can be made from vinyl or another sturdy insulating fabric like felt. They are intended to better regulate the temperature in your home, but they have other benefits as well. They are very effective.

To find out how your home can benefit from insulated curtains, check out the four benefits listed below.


Four Reasons to Install Thermal Window Treatments in Your Home

Better Temperature Control

The primary purpose of these window treatments is to help you better control the ambient temperature in your house. In the winter, this means that the curtains are able to keep the cold drafts from penetrating into a room. During summer, they help to keep your home cool by blocking the intense heat of the sunlight that would normally filter in through your windows.

Improving your home's insulation means that your heating and cooling systems won't have to work as hard to keep your house at a uniform temperature throughout.

Lower Energy Costs

This benefit is a direct result of the previous one. When your heating and cooling systems aren't constantly running to maintain the desired temperature throughout the house, you will see an immediate reduction in your utility bills.

Certain brands of curtains advertise a specific percentage of lowered energy costs, but the average home usually sees up to a 25 percent drop in overall heating and cooling bills.

Increased Privacy

Because thermal curtains are generally thick and created with a solid, insulated backing, their opacity can offer your home a bit of extra privacy. This can be especially helpful for areas of your home that tend to be the most lived-in such as the den or dining room. It's also great for bedrooms that can be seen from the street or that face a neighbor's house.

Improved Soundproofing

Again, due to the insulating nature of this style of window treatment, you may notice an additional level of soundproofing in the rooms that have thermal curtains. Fortunately, this effect works both ways.

If your house is in the middle of a big neighborhood or near a stretch of busy road, adding insulated curtains can help to dampen some of the outside noise you may be dealing with. The sound dampening effect also means that you don't have to worry as much about the neighbors complaining if your television is turned up or if your kids are making more noise than usual.

Thermal Window Treatments Are a Wise Investment

Even if your home is already energy-efficient, you can still benefit from switching to insulated curtains, especially in bedrooms and high-traffic areas of your house. Not only do they increase privacy and help regulate your home's temperature, but many offer light-blocking properties that can aid in getting a better night's sleep.