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Curtain Ideas

Tara Hall by Tara Hall

Let’s face it, choosing childrens bedroom curtains is probably the most fun job ever. There are so many gorgeous designs to choose from, how do you possibly decide? But let’s not forget, there are some serious considerations to bear in mind too, especially helping your child to get into a good sleep routine. Luckily we’re here to help with both…


For babies and toddlers, the curtain design you choose can have a really beneficial effect on their development. Young children are attracted to bright, primary colours, and colourful curtains featuring animals can give you and your child lots to talk about at nappy changing time, as you can practice naming the creatures and the sounds they make.  This fun Narnia Multi fabric will keep your little ones enthralled and can be made into curtains or Roman blinds.



That matching superhero wallpaper, duvet and curtains your six year old insisted upon can turn into an expensive overhaul when he decides it’s just not cool anymore.  By combining a blind with curtains, and choosing a more grown up design for one, you can keep the window beautifully dressed even when they’ve grown out of the younger design.  In our nursery we’ve teamed a classic Abacus cream curtain with our Narnia Multi Roman blind.



As night draws in, the temperature drops and it can be difficult to maintain a comfortable environment for your child. In the winter months, you can boost the temperature in your child’s bedroom by adding a pair of bedroom curtains with thermal linings which are made using a thicker sateen twill fabric for extra cosiness. Here we’ve teamed Anchors Away Navy children’s curtains with a Lollipop Red striped blind for a nautical theme.



Sleep is an important function that promotes health and wellbeing, and children really benefit from a regular bedtime routine which allows them to get as much as 11 hours sleep each night. However, it can be difficult to maintain your routine in the summer months when the evenings are much lighter. You can solve this problem by investing in a blackout lining for your children’s curtains. All of our curtains can be made with this special blackout lining to make sure your child always gets a  good night’s rest.



When choosing your children’s curtains, don’t forget to think about those all-important finishing touches such as the style of your curtain pleat and what sort of curtain pole you would like. Also, do you want extras like tie-backs or matching cushions? These are important considerations for the overall appearance of your fitted curtains. Speak to your advisor during your in-home appointment and make sure you get the exact finish you want to create a room that your kids will never grow out of.


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