How To Choose Safe Window Treatments for Your Nursery

Nursery Window Treatments

How To Choose Safe Window Treatments for Your Nursery

Tips for Choosing Safe Window Treatments for Your Child’s Nursery

  1. Opt for Safe Window Treatments: Avoid floor-length draperies with pull cords, as they pose a strangulation risk for young children. Noosa Screens and Curtains offers a variety of safe options, ensuring peace of mind as your child explores the nursery.
  2. Avoid Beads and Trims: Children are naturally curious and may view beaded valances or trims as toys, posing a choking hazard. While decorative elements are attractive, consider waiting until your child is older to incorporate them into the nursery decor.
  3. Professional Installation is Key: Ensure that your window treatments are professionally installed by Noosa Screens and Curtains. This eliminates the risk of loose hardware causing accidents in your child’s room.
  4. Choose Child-Safe, Blockout Blinds: Opt for blockout blinds that are easy to clean and do not reach the floor. Noosa Screens and Curtains provides options such as wand-operated or motorised blinds, eliminating cords and creating a safer environment for your child. These blinds also help regulate room temperature, reducing the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
  5. Position Your Child’s Crib or Bed Wisely: To prevent climbing hazards, keep your child’s bed or crib away from windows and window treatments. As your child grows and learns, you can reconsider the placement of furniture near windows.

By following these guidelines, you can create a nursery that is both safe and visually appealing for your child’s development. For expert advice and a wide selection of child-safe window treatments, contact Noosa Screens and Curtains to explore your nursery decor options.