But you should know, curtains for kids room have their down sides too: if you put them into a toddler's room who isn't properly supervised, (s)he might get tangled into them and risk suffocation or real injury by pulling it down together with the heavy curtain poles. That's why curtains in any rooms should be properly mounted and children who are big enough to understand it, educated about their dangers. You might also want to choose your curtains' fabric according to light absorption and heath insulation: if the sun shines in all day, get a thicker, coated curtain, if it's a darker room, a light colored sheer curtain could bring brightness into it. But no matter what you choose, make sure you get not only some useful but the same time some nice colorful curtains for your kids room.
In cold weather, it can be almost impossible to regulate the weather in our kids' rooms without it costing us a lot of money in energy bills. Thermal curtains help keep the temperature warm and toasty by insulating the windows, thereby keeping draft out. This helps us save a small fortune in utility bills as we don't have to turn up the heating as high as we usually would. Good choices for kids rooms are thermal curtains in bright, vibrant colors like orange, yellow, green or lilac. I also recommend keeping the curtains open in the day to allow some light to enter the room.
First, you need to decide what style of curtain rod you want. What kind of curtains are you going to use? If you want to go with a tabbed curtain or are going to use rings, round curtain rods are best so the curtains slide easily. If the curtains are going to be stationary, you might want to use a more decorative rod, such as a twisted rod or rope style rod. If the rod is not going to show, keep it simple with a round rod.
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