Net curtains. Net curtains are back in fashion, and should no longer be associated with fusty, old-fashioned interiors. Plain white, thin net curtains make a room appear more elegant, and from a practical side, stop people peering into your living room. If you prefer patterns, it's advisable to keep it minimal, or focussed only on the bottom half of the curtain. Patterns such as leaves and flowers are usually preferred, as they serve as a connection between the outside and inside space.
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.
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.
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