Almost every type of corded window fashion is now available in a cordless or motorized style for child safety. Horizontal blinds and miniblinds, as well as pleated and cellular shades, are frequently transformed into cordless products through the use of spring-loaded mechanisms. Wand controls can eliminate cords on vertical blinds and traditionally non-corded roller shades and draperies are always options for consumers.
Here is a combination of stripes and spheres
that create a very distinctive window covering.
Fun with bows and sheers for a little girls room.
A very unique valance using two complementing plaids.
Pink butterfly finials with sun yellow plaid
creates a very cheerful view.
Here is a cute bow accenting a simple rod pocket valance in plaid.
A Roman shade in bold white and navy stripe.
Animal prints are a favorite for childrens' rooms and Roman shades always display the print perfectly.
Another animal print with lions and tigers, oh my!
A soft chintz print on the valance, canopy and pillow.
Here is a nautical-looking plaid Roman shade.
Polka dots with a cross-hatch plaid and coordinating wall panel in a toddlers room.
A stagecoach style valance with Hunter Douglas Silhouette Window Shadings for privacy.
Another stagecoach valance with Hunter Douglas Brilliance Pleated Shades in brilliant red.
And another stagecoach valance with colors to coordinate with the room's tropical lagoon theme.
And yet another stagecoach valance with Hunter Douglas Country Woods blinds.
And one more stagecoach valance with Levolor 2" Riviera aluminum blinds.
Box pleat valance in denim with plaid backing and buttons over Hunter Douglas Duette shades.
Upholstered window seat and pillows with Hunter Douglas Chalet wood blinds for privacy and light control.
Striped draperies and wood traverse rod in a young boy's room.
Checked draperies and wood traverse rod in a young girl's room.
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