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Winter Window

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If you want to sleep in on those chilly winter mornings, or reduce your energy bills by keeping heated air inside your home, these window treatments will help keep you cozy through the coldest months of the year.

1) Thermal Insulated Blackout Curtains

If you want to keep your heated air inside during the winter, these thermal insulated curtains will save you from frozen toes and high heating bills. The curtains come in a variety of colors, and are made of a smooth, durable microfiber. They’re also perfect for late sleepers, and block out 99 % of light.

2) Light Filtering Roller Shades

These cordless roller shades from Chicology are designed to filter light, so you won’t wake up to a harsh glare in the morning. The shades come in several colors—brown, grey, and white—so you can match your window treatments to your existing décor.

3) Motorized Window Shade

You don’t have to get out of bed and tiptoe across a cold floor to open or close these shades. The cordless roller window shade can be raised or lowered with the press of a remote control. Raise the shades from bed to wake up slowly to natural sunlight, or lower them without getting up late at night.

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