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16 blackout curtains to keep you cool and comfortable this summer
While the summer sun is great for a day outside, it can pose an issue if you're trying to get some rest or stay cool. Thankfully, blackout curtains are a simple solution to those irritating problems.
According to Dr. Daniel Barone, a neurologist at Weill Cornell Medicine and New York-Presbyterian, one of the easiest things you can do to get better shut-eye is to make sure the room is dark.
“We’re designed to be sleeping when the sky is dark,” he told TODAY. “You want the room to be as dark as possible without it being dangerous,” he added. To achieve a dark room, he recommends using blackout curtains — curtains that block out light to help you sleep through the night.
Their benefits go beyond the bedroom. Blackout curtains are designed to reflect the majority of UV rays that hits it, reducing unwanted solar heat from entering your home.
We searched for bestselling and top-rated blackout curtain options available online. From Amazon to Bed Bath and Beyond, this list will help you find the perfect set of blackout curtains for your home.
Bestselling blackout curtains
1. AmazonBasics Room Darkening Blackout Curtains
These AmazonBasics curtains have over 29,000 verified ratings and a 4.5-star average. They're designed to fit on any standard or decorative rod, and they're made with 100% polyester. The two-panel pack also comes with velcro strips to tie the curtains.
2. Nicetown Blackout Drapes
Available in over two dozen color options, these blackout drapes from Nicetown are designed to match the decor in any room in your home. Each package comes with two panels, and the silver grommets make them easy to install.
3. Nicetown Double Layer Blackout Curtain Panels
Block out every bit of sunlight with these double-layered curtain panels. While they're crafted to make your room pitch black, the brand also claims that they can reduce noise from outside.
4. BGment Thermal Insulated Room Darkening Curtains
Each BGment curtain panel has six metal grommets that make hanging easy. They're designed to block out over 85% of sunlight and they're insulated with high-density yarn for insulation.
5. Aquazolax French Door Blackout Curtains
If you have French doors leading to your bedroom, you can still experience total darkness with these blackout window coverings. They come in 11 colors and include velcro ties that will let some light into the room while giving you privacy.
6. Mainstays Energy Efficient Single Curtain Panel
Save money on your energy bill with these energy-efficient curtains. They're designed to reduce outside noise, block light and help your home stay cooler in the summer.
7. Eclipse Kenley Solid Color Blackout Single Curtain
These solid blackout curtains are just as practical as they are stylish. Available in five mature colors, the thick polyester texture helps block plenty of light from the sun.
8. Sun Zero Kylee Energy Efficient Curtain Panel
If you live in a loud area, these curtains may help you get a better night's sleep. They're made with thick, woven material that's designed to reduce noise and block light.
9. Brockham Solid Blackout Grommet Curtain Panels
Add an elegant touch to any room with these blackout curtains from Wayfair. Crafted with 100% polyester, they have a transparent top layer and a solid blackout layer on the back.
10. Clontarf Geometric Room Darkening Curtain Panels
These thermally-insulated curtains are made to reduce external noise and energy lost through your windows. Plus, they're available in seven cool geometric patterns!
11. Solid Blackout Thermal Grommet Curtain Panels
These blackout curtains have a modern design that can go with nearly any home decor. The triple-weave fabric blocks out sunlight while providing a sophisticated design to any room.
12. Darcy 84-inch Blackout Curtain Panel
These finely-woven panels combine utility and style. The blackout curtains are machine-washable and have top grommets that make them easy to install.
13. Quinn 84-Inch Grommet Top Blackout Curtain Panel
Maintain privacy and complete darkness with these polyester curtains. The texture of the material is designed to absorb heat, which helps keep your room temperature-controlled during the heat of the summer.
14. Quinn Geo Blackout Window Curtain Panel
Need to add some decor to an otherwise basic room? These geometric curtains will bring some excitement to your home while keeping it cool and dark.
15. Plaza Grommet-Top Lined Blackout Curtain
The Plaza curtains have an elegant, shiny look made from 100% woven polyester while the grommets have a distressed bronze finish.
16. Wallace Blackout Grommet-Top Curtain
This single panel curtain is machine-washable and easy to hang. It comes in eight colors and five lengths to fit any size window.
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This article was originally published on June 4, 2018.
By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jason Amadi, Naval District Washington Public Affairs
WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Naval installations within the National Capital Region are preparing to participate in the scheduled exercise Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain (CS/SC) 2020, which is set to take place Feb. 3 - 14.
All Navy installations within the continental United States participate in the annual two-week anti-terrorism and force protection (ATFP) exercise. Citadel Shield takes place the first week and is run by Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC). The second week, Solid Curtain, is run by Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFFC). During CS/SC, Navy security forces undergo realistic scenarios intended to help maintain a high level of readiness.
“Now that we have completed the annual training and inspection of the Navy security forces, we try to use Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain as a continuation of our training for our ATFP security forces,” said Tim Stoessel, Naval District Washington (NDW) exercise analyst. “We usually either do an active shooter or active attacker scenario.”
Real-world events like the shootings at Naval Air Station Pensacola and Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard highlight the importance of exercises like CS/SC.
“One of the things we’re looking at is the possibility of internal threats,” said Matthew Brown, NDW training and exercise director. “I think we’ve done a really good job of protecting our fence lines, but unfortunately, some of the incidents that have occurred recently have taken place inside the fence lines. We’re taking a new look at that, how to prevent those incidents from occurring and how to react to them if they do.”
“I think from the highest offices in the Navy on down to our region and the installations, people are aware of these threats in their everyday lives now. The recent events provided us a new opportunity to help people to understand that these exercises are extremely important because these scenarios, unfortunately, could unfold and if they do, we want to know what to do and our people to know how to react,” said Brown.
Personnel should register for the AtHoc wide area alert network if they have not already done so in order to be aware of force protection conditions and other emergency, environmental, or exercise related impacts on the area. Staggered entry and exit times for personnel working on installations should be considered in order to limit traffic at entry control points. Personnel should also familiarize themselves with their command or tenant command anti-terrorism plan to better know what to expect during the exercise.
For more AtHoc information visit: www.cnic.navy.mil/regions/ndw/about/waan.html
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Preparedness, Practical Training Highlighted as NDW Wraps Up Citadel Shield/Solid Curtain
Story by PO2 Chidi Amadi on 02/15/2019
WASHINGTON (NNS) Naval District Washington (NDW) concluded its participation in exercise Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain (CS-SC) 2019, Feb. 15.
CS/SC is a two-week anti-terrorism and force protection (ATFP) exercise conducted by Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) and U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFF) on all Navy installations in the continental United States.
During the first week of the exercise, Citadel Shield, the six NDW installations – Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Naval Support Activities Annapolis, Bethesda, South Potomac and Washington- took part in active shooter, bomb threat, hostage barricade, entry control point penetration, mass casualty and surveillance scenarios.
“NDW conducted another successful Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain exercise throughout the region,” said Matt Brown, NDW training and exercise director. “These two weeks allowed for both NDW region headquarters and our installations to push their forces to their limits from an ATFP perspective.”
During the second week of the exercise, Solid Curtain, the major training scenario involved Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Baltimore, which was a new challenge for the region.
“For us within NDW, the Solid Curtain exercise appeared to concentrate predominantly on off-installation activities,” said Jeff Sanford, NDW emergency management program director. “I think you can trace much of the angst back to the Chattanooga incident a few years back where recruiters were engaged and then later a NOSC was attacked. As far as installations scenarios go, we’ve been practicing those for quite a while now. Within the region, we work closely with our off-installation activities and civilian partners, and including them in this year’s exercise was a win-win for everyone.”
“I believe we performed very well, but I think there is always opportunities for improvement. It’s far better to learn these lessons when the scenario isn’t real, than to learn them when the threat is real.”
For more information on events happening in NDW, visit http://www.facebook.com/NavDistWash.
For more news from Naval District Washington, visit www.navy.mil/local/ndw/.
You could just make a new panel (from Curtain Wall Panel.rft). Basically the panel could be a simple extruded box.
Load this in your project and assign it to the panel of your curtain wall. You could use a small mullion for the 'spaces' between the panels.
You will end up with something like
You can further finetune it if necessary.
On the internet (e.g. youtube) plenty of videos can be found to create a curtain walls with mullions and curtain panels.
Attached the simple panel I used
Please mention Revit version, especially when uploading Revit files.
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Solid color curtains allow you to decorate windows with your favorite hues. From aqua mist to merlot, we offer solid color window ensembles in an abundance of sizes and styles.
Solid Curtains for a High Impact Look
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