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Use blackout drapes to add an extra layer of protection to your home

Especially if you're on a densely settled street, use blackout curtains inside to shield you house from busy-bodies outside.

Especially if you're on a densely settled street, use blackout curtains inside to shield you house from busy-bodies outside.

Blackout curtains work wonders keeping out natural light when you need them to while still being a stylish part of your interior design. However, these window treatments can serve another purpose that you may not be thinking of when decorating your home.

Velvet blackout drapes offer a level of privacy and security that other styles aren't capable of providing. Though they won't keep your windows locked or stop an intruder from entering your home, this kind of drape will shield items and people within your house from potential prying eyes.

If you have a dining room in the front of your house with a large chest or shelf displaying your prized china, don't leave the windows uncovered, exposing your treasures to passers-by. By closing your blackout drapes at night, no one can see inside, making sure your prized possessions are concealed and out of view from potential thieves.

Whether you are worried about adding protection from burglars, or even just privacy from nosey neighbors, these curtains can help. If you are having a private party or conversation, keep it that way by using heavy drapes to put busy-bodies at bay.

Especially if you are an urban dweller, who may live in a first floor unit that faces a busy sidewalk, blackout curtains can be the wall that separates you from the action on the streets, giving you added peace of mind.

Of course blackout curtains are a far cry from any sort of sophisticated security system, but they do help in making sure you're not overexposed.