With this in mind, I will recommend two cost-effective types of curtains that will keep your children's rooms warm and cosy - and you won't have to sacrifice style.
After you have installed your panel curtain, include a valance over it. Valances are typically patterned and used to accent plain curtains. For a whimsical look in a child's bedroom, switch that thinking around. A patterned curtain can be accented by a plain fabric valance. To add visual interest and appeal to the valance, decorate it with a light dusting of glitter or sequins. Not only will it make the valance more interesting, it will also accent the patterned curtain.
We will first start with a kid's bedroom. One of best curtains to use in a kid's room are blackout curtains. Blackout curtains will block out all the light in the windows. Sunlight proves to be a big distraction in the morning and during nap times for kids. There are a few options in blackout curtains that are not only functional but stylish as well. You can find cotton blackout curtains in some nice contemporary styles that are suitable for both boys and girls. There are fancier yet affordable options such as faux silk blackout curtains. These curtains are more suitable for young girls and teens. You can also find some blackout roman shade curtains that will fit inside of the window itself for a neat appearance.
Kids shower curtains come in all sorts of designs. You can tie the children's bathroom to their room theme or you can create a bathroom all for the kids without worrying about matching any of their rooms.
Another great idea is using ribbons as drapes for a girl's bedroom. This kids bedroom window curtain treatment is extremely easy and cheap. All you have to do is use a tie-knot to hand multiple colored ribbons on the curtain rod. The ribbons flutter in the wind, letting in lots of air and light, and they create a lovely effect if you combine transparent lace ribbons with pastel colors. Window treatments are another great kids bedroom window idea that I really liked. As the word states, you can use mini blinds, roller blinds, drapes to create multiple effects at the window.
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