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Posted: 2022-05-26 20:23
How to deal with daylight in a room? My friends advised me to buy darker curtains. However, I'm not sure that's a good idea. Can you advise you to choose?

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Posted: 2022-05-26 21:12
Hi, why don't you even consider using blinds instead of curtains? I think this is a great alternative. You can constantly adjust the amount of light in the room. Blinds are easier to look at and they hold up well. Especially since there are no problems with choosing blinds. You can choose both standard blinds and under the order in blinds company in Calgary. So then all that remains is to make a decision. I gave you options.


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Joined: Oct 2021
Posted: 2022-05-27 13:23
Interesting tips. I have the same problem now and I think your opinion is quite correct. It is worth using. Thank you.

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Joined: Sep 2022
Posted: 2022-09-23 08:55
There are some elements to deal with daylight such as curtains, blinds, awnings, quordle, and light-colored furniture. You can choose one from them. weaver game


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Joined: Oct 2022
Posted: 2023-01-16 13:12
Daylight is very important but sometimes I want to sleep for more hours and it disturbs my sleep cycle. I took physical therapy in lake forest CA for my back pain last year and he has suggested I take proper sunlight.
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