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Proper Installation for Light-Blocking Curtains? Good Questions

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by Regina Yunghans (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Oct 17, 2011

Q: I'm hoping the AT readers can help solve a friendly debate between my husband and I. :-) We have a lovely East-facing bedroom with big windows, but need some kind of light-blocking curtains to kee




 

 

1017_03.jpg Q: I'm hoping the AT readers can help solve a friendly debate between my husband and I. :-) We have a lovely East-facing bedroom with big windows, but need some kind of light-blocking curtains to keep us from getting up at the crack of dawn (or staying awake because of the street lights). Thankfully, there is a double curtain rod already in place. So, here's the question: Are the thick, light-blocking curtains hung inside, closest to the window, or on the outside, closest to the room?



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