Pick materials that are easily washable as kids can and will dirty their rooms and curtains. Choose colors that don't show stains or preferably pick fabrics that don't get stained easily. As far as children are concerned curtains are great for wiping greasy fingers, paints on the palms of their hands, sticky hands, chocolate around the mouth and much more. You can't be really monitoring children 24 hours and if something is stuck to their hands or face and troubling them then it has to come off immediately and curtains come handy for these things.
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.
The next decision is finish or color. This one is probably a little easier of a choice. You can choose a specific color to match the walls or something in the room, like a bed comforter or a decorative item. Or you could do a flat black if you do not want it to stand out. It also depends on the color of your painted walls. If you have white walls, a bright color might look great with your room. Look at your curtains and the other items in your room and decide on a finish that will match or complement them.
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