This is part 2 is a series of posts where I take you through the process of choosing window treatments with the help of a Next Day Blinds in-home design consultant, Leslie Press. You can enter to win $200 to Next Day Blinds here!
Design Advice for a Kid's Room
Leslie takes me through the various options for safe window treatments for the Twins' room. I had cordless honeycomb shades from another vendor which were great but one broke and then I replaced it with a DIY one from Lowes.
We are ready for something a little more sophisticated but still very safe, and sturdy.
I was thrilled to learn about the warranty, the variety of choices, and that I wasn't stuck simply choosing a new color of the same shade I already had in there!
These are my child safe choices from Next Day Blinds:
Cordless honeycomb shades like I already had
Cordless but colorful roller shades
Fancier roman shades on a continuous cord loop
If you are looking for window coverings that are safe for your kids, check out the options offered by Next Day Blinds HERE. If you are in the DC area, be sure to take advantage of the FREE in-home design consultation.
What safe window option do you have in your child's room?
Disclosure: I received a set of roman shades for the girls' room at no charge from Next Day Blinds in exchange for covering the in-home consultation and purchasing process on my blog. Leslie is THAT good as you can see in the video and I only edited the end slightly to shorten it by a few minutes. I am very impressed with the quality of the blinds which you will read about in later posts. All opinons are my own and this post was neither reviewed nor approved by Next Day Blinds prior to being published.