Looking to jazz up your little girl’s bedroom? Window treatments offer an easy way to add lots charm and character, and there are tons of options available that will make both you and your daughter happy. Here are some of the most popular choices for window treatments that moms, dads, and daughters are going for now:
- Curtains – Curtains are a great choice because they’re versatile and stylish. They come in a huge range of colors, styles, fabrics, textures, and more, and they’re easy to care. Many can be washed or spot-cleaned as necessary, and opening and closing to let in light is a breeze!
- Valances – Valances are the decorative pieces that are found at the tops of windows. Like curtains, there are many styles to choose from, and they add a touch of class and dignity to any space.
- Blinds and shutters – Blinds and shutters are very practical. Durable and long lasting, they provide privacy and allow you to let in as much light as you like. They also look great on their own, or paired with curtains or valances. However, if they come with a cord, they may not be the best choice for smaller children, as the cord could pose a choking hazard.
Once you’ve established what type of window treatment to put in your daughter’s room, now it’s time for the fun part – picking the style and color! If your little girl is old enough, include her in this process so she can have a say and enjoy the fun of it.
Traditionally, girls’ rooms have been decorated in colors like pink, lavender, cream, and yellow, and that includes window treatments. While these are still popular choices, it’s much more common now to see the full range of color in girls’ rooms. When selecting a color, consider the color scheme in your daughter’s bedroom and coordinate with that. In terms of style, anything goes. Traditional, contemporary, elegant, quirky – there are window treatments for all tastes.
Finally, don’t forget to ask for her input!
After you do get her input, contact Gallery of Shades today for a free in-home consultation for all your window treatment needs.