Dressing the windows of small children can present many challenges. There is a balance between safety, aesthetic, stimulation, and privacy that must be struck, and not any old window treatment will do the trick. Consider these suggestions for nursery window treatments, and you’ll end up with the perfect window for your little one’s room.
Blinds have all but been banned from the bedrooms of kids and babies — and for good reason. The thin lengths of controlling cords are a hazard in any house with small children. There are, however, a number of Hunter Douglas cordless variations of bestselling blinds such as Roman shades and honeycomb blinds. Roman shades can be customized to fit seamlessly into your nursery’s established design and offer a lovely balance of light and privacy.
Pirouette shades may also be an option to consider. These shades have a classic silhouette and are available in cordless varieties. Pirouettes are unmatched in creating soft, panoptic light, perfect for play or naptime.
Valances and Panels
For a time-honored tone, you can’t go wrong with luxurious swag valances and matching panels. Employ textiles with heft to insulate your child’s nursery from brisk autumns and frigid winters, and switch to an airy, sheer textile for late spring and summer.
For more interior design ideas and inspiration, visit Bolliger Window Fashion’s online showroom.