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8 Blinding nursery curtains

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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See what we did there? Yes, curtains for your nursery can often raise a few questions: which quality, which price, how playful should the design be, how quickly will they be destroyed etc. etc. But fear not, it just so happens that, here at homify, we've got every solution thought of; to make you realise the best solution for your living situation. Let's take a closer look at exactly what we mean…  

Draped in elegance

A costly option, yes. However a curtain like this will be very difficult for a child to 1. destroy and 2. stain badly -due to its cleanable properties. Velvet in the nursery might seem a little extreme at first but, as you can see, it pays off sometimes. 

Ballerina style

For your little prince or princess, a themed bedroom might be just what you're after. And why stop at the bedding and carpet? A wall tattoo, like this one, would ad a removable touch (for when the change their mind) a nice pair of curtains, fitting to the theme, would add the icing on the cake.

Colour for the creative

You may be looking at a more loud option for your child. That being the case, think about a colourful design to let their creative side come out. The colours used in these designs are often so loud that you wont even notice staining on them, so it's a win win situation!

Mix and match

Matching the curtains with the wall paper is a nice way to spread a theme all over the room. The design break up of this example, through the feature wall, is a particularly nice touch. 

Blue blinds for boys

Little LEIVARS:  Nursery/kid’s room by LEIVARS



Maybe a curtain isn't what you're after at all, and you want a more practical solution to keeping light out of your nursery. A blind will do this job and, just like curtains, the designs are many. A touch of blue for the boys bedroom is always a safe design bet and you can be sure that you won't get too many repainting requests when they get old enough to start becoming little designers of their own!

Nursery shutter blinds

Keep the light in or out with minimal effort and a stylish finish. Privacy and style all in one go -what more could you ask for? We really love the armchair in this scene, if you're in the market for a bedroom chair your self, take a look at our ideabook bedroom chairs for some more inspiration.

In the jungle

 Nursery/kid’s room by mori

Maybe you want the day light to transform the look of the room, through your nursery curtains. In this case select a translucent material, pick a theme and get started on your own little grotto -a jungle, a cave, an undersea world, the choice is yours. 

Replaceable curtains

 Windows & doors  by fotokasten GmbH
fotokasten GmbH

Fotovorhang für das Kinderzimmer

fotokasten GmbH

If you want to let their creativity run free, what about some replaceable parer curtains like this? They can get to grips with their artistic side at the same time as making a new feature for their own bedroom.

Want some more nursery ideas? have a look at some kids bedroom ideas right here.  

Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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