Safety always comes first when choosing the window coverings for your kids’ rooms. Since playful curiosity can lead to strangulation, GoDear Design gives priority to developing cordless window treatments to reduce the potential hazards. All our products are tested and certified under the Best for Kids™ Certification Program, providing a child-safe, pet-safe, and senior-friendly environment.
Choosing the right window treatment for your kids' bedrooms can always be a bit challenging. Here are some cordless window treatment ideas to inspire you.
Cordless Zebra Roller Shades
Zebra shades are popular choices for children's rooms and ideal for achieving the right light levels at different times of day. Their dual-layered sheer fabrics overlap and alternate to ensure adequate darkening and privacy while letting natural light in according to your light desire.
Café latte tone zebra shade provides warm and soft vibes to the rooms and don’t give them too much visual weight. You don't even have to be worried they might not be able to fit in with the future decorating schemes. Its sleek yet contemporary appearance will perfectly complement any design in your home.
When Cordless Blinds Meet Paper Fabrics
GoDear Design’s paper woven fabrics have been tested and complied with California Proposition 65 (CA Prop 65) requirements. None of them have been detected harmful content like lead, cadmium, and phthalates. The sliding panel track blinds are easy for children to operate, and you may rest assured that these resin-coated paper fabrics are firm, sturdy, and durable when they are used correctly. It won’t be torn easily under normal conditions.
Summer Pastel Blue Blinds
We strive to make our window blinds vibrant and versatile apart from other existing white and grayish ones this year. The nursery pattern collection in pastel hues is inspired by Dr. Seuss' endearing tale Horton Hears a Who! which tells the story of Horton the Elephant and his great adventures.
Home decor in soothing cozy blue, like Elephant and Bubble Elephant, is one of the most common color schemes can be found in kids’ rooms. Children who have trouble sleeping may benefit from staying in blue surroundings.
If You Want Anything but Cute
It is well known that yellow is inherently soothing and evokes a strong feeling of summertime happiness. Taking inspiration from its vitality, we expect our cheerful pale-yellow Midsummer can create entirely different looks and spritely vibe to your kids' rooms. Balance the yellow window covering with neutrals can keep the room toned down a little bit.
Decorating with a neutral monochromatic color scheme can provide a unique flavor to your children's rooms and will fit well with their future decorating styles. Blinds in soft oat milk hues are an ideal option for your children's room if yellow is too bright to incorporate into your decorating plans.
Putting window covering cord safety at the top of childproofing checklist should be a top priority, since the cords can still potentially pose strangulation risks to small children. Danger may not be obvious, going cordless is the safest solution. Why not inject these cordless vertical blinds with lovely patterns into your children’s room for a fresh and easy update?