Children's room curtains differ from all other curtains simply by their pattern. Because the children's room should be happy.
What versions are there?
First of all, you have the choice between different mounting variants :
are the most common. Curtains with loops and eyelets are pushed over a curtain rod. A curtain on rails is already offered with the rail and is threaded into the rail at home with small running elements. Loops are best suited for the children's room, because even if things get rough and a child tries to climb up the curtains, the loops give in the easiest and are the easiest to restore. Children's curtains should match the decor of the children's room and radiate calm rather than cause additional excitement. Solid color curtains can radiate happiness but will last longer, not because of the colour, but because your child will eventually outgrow the unicorn pattern/Batman or similar. Also make sure that the children's room curtains are easy to wash and made of natural materials such as e.g. B. made of cotton . Curtains that run in tracks require more effort to dismantle than curtains with eyelets or loops.
What else can I use children's room curtains for?
Another argument for a loop scarf is the fact that it can also be used for other purposes. The loops are quickly pulled from the curtain rod and in no time a wonderful cave is built out of the curtains where you can cuddle or read an adventure book.
Blackout in the children's room
Should the children's room be darkened at night? Then you have the choice between different options. You can either lower the blinds, which are often attached outside the windows, or work with an interior blind or curtain. There are different levels of opacity, so you can choose exactly how dark you want the room to be. However, many children are a little anxious at first when it is very dark in the room and prefer a small night lamp to illuminate the room. A curtain is primarily used to darken the children's room - for example for the afternoon nap - but can also have purely decorative purposes . When using two curtains, carefully match the colors and get inspired. The length also plays a not unimportant role. On the one hand, the curtains should not be too short, on the other hand, curtains that make waves on the floor are not practical for a child's room, because there is a risk that the children will get tangled up in them while playing. Curtains that end exactly when they reach the floor therefore seem to be the best choice, as it also works best with blackout. Even if you value voluminous curtains in the other rooms of your home, this could be contraindicated in the children's room. The width should be such that the drawn curtain covers the entire width of the window. A small overhang on the left and right looks nice and does not pose any danger in the sense of the above-mentioned activities. No matter which variant of curtain you choose: it always helps to make a room more homely and cozy - in summer as well as in winter .