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Decorating With Kids Curtains

Choose full length kids curtains to make a chic style that lends a subtle hint of drama to your other furnishings or rooms without overwhelming the space. These kids curtains come in a variety of fun prints and colors that can give any room a bright, whimsical flair. This is a great way to break up a plain child’s bedroom and add an adorable touch of color and fun to the room.

Kids like to hang out in their rooms and play. There is no better way to encourage their behavior than to have them hanging out in a fun and funky print room divider. These kids curtains are ideal for children rooms where you can use a bit more guidance with insulation to maintain the room's ambient temperature while you put it on for a little extra fun.

You can find a large variety of prints from animal prints to cartoon characters. There are also a variety of solid colors to choose from, or you can mix and match several different prints for a one of a kind look. Fun prints for kids curtains include butterflies, princesses, sports teams such as football, baseball, basketball and soccer balls and even Disney characters such as Mickey Mouse. The possibilities for this decorative accent are seemingly endless. Of course, the main purpose of kids curtains is to block out the outside light so little ones can stay awake and enjoy their time in their room.

The first step in choosing kids curtains is determining the size of the window or area in which you would like to place the print. Once you determine the size of the window, you can then choose from the various designs available in prints of a specific size. This will give you some idea of what is most appealing to your child, as well as helping you narrow down the options when it comes time to choose the perfect kids curtains.

Once you have decided on the size of the window, it is time to think about style. In general, kids curtains should not be too complicated or cluttered, at least until they are out of their toddler years. The last thing you want is for your kid to have a hard time getting into the bed in the morning because there are too many crumpled up prints in the room. Instead, select fun, colorful patterns that are easy to maintain and clean. A good rule of thumb is for the print to be at least three times the size of the surrounding area.

After you have determined the size and style of the print, you can move onto other aspects of decorating a room with kids curtains. Remember that you want to look for prints that won't interfere with other, larger pieces in the room. For instance, you don't want to put a sports print right next to a children's picture frame. The same goes for wallpaper or drapery. Kids can get very sensitive when it comes to their parents' decorating and may quickly become distressed if they cannot access their dads or moms' room because of a missing wall or curtain.

There are so many different styles of kids curtains that you will probably feel at a loss as to which prints will work for your child. Consider the theme of the nursery and choose from prints that complement the colors used in the room. For example, if your nursery is a princess-themed nursery, then you can choose curtains in light pink or pale green that will help give the room a lighter, more dreamlike color scheme. You can even purchase curtains in the same colors as their walls in order to save money and not saturate the room with one specific theme.

Once you have chosen the color scheme, you need to consider how the kids curtains will hang. Will you have them all hung like a curtain or will you have some additional options? You can buy curtains that are already attached to the hanger or you can hang them by the string. If you have a lot of kids, then it might be better to choose the option that gives you the most control over where your kids want their curtains hung. Either way, once you purchase your kids curtains, you are helping them to express themselves and to become more involved in decorating their room. It is also a great opportunity to introduce your children to the fun process of buying and choosing beautiful home decor items.