Post # 1
This is so far in the future for us it’s not even funny, but we are looking for window treatments for our guest room which will probably eventually become our nursery, and I really don’t want to buy two sets of window treatments, so I’m looking for ideas on a good compromise.
I’m not opposed to putting up cute curtains or a valance when we have a baby, but I’m wondering what kind of shades to put up first. I’m also very hesitant about anything with cords.
Does anyone have pictures of their baby’s room window treatments?
Post # 3
We’re redoing the guest room for our daughter right now, and we bought cordless blinds for her window. They are like this:
But the ones we actually ordered you can pull down or pull up, so you can let light in at the top without opening up the bottom of the blinds. Lol, I’m not sure if that makes sense.
Post # 4
We do have blinds with cords but I cut them as short as I could (when the blinds are lowered all the way). And then you can get one of those things (I have no idea what they’re called) that you screw in to the side of the window that you can wrap the cord around when you have the blinds raised. We also have curtains but I think it would have been better if we would have gotten ones that clip on to the curtain rod. That way swinging children are more likely to just pull down the curtain instead of the entire rod. 🙂
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Post # 6
@eeniebeans: Those are nice.
We have regular blinds and a blackout shade in the baby’s room. I don’t think we will change them unless we think it will go better with the overall nursery design once we get to that point.