Design a room with cordless cell shades that grows alongside children

Jan 27 2011

Design a room with cordless cell shades that grows alongside children
Design a room with cordless cell shades that grows alongside children
A newborn baby can bring a lot of excitement to a household, and one of the things that parents often do is design their room with bright shades that will appeal to the young child. However, this may not be the best strategy because kids grow fast - and that means that their preferences will change, too.

Instead, couples should invest in design strategies that are sustainable.

"When it comes to colours you definitely want to grow with it and have something that is easy to change as the child grows," interior designer Hanne Gokstad told The National. He suggested hues such as light pinks, yellows, greens and blues, or others that feel natural.

Parents may also want to use water-based paints, which are some of the safest for young children. For flooring, Gokstand recommends going with a wooden finish covered with a rug, because this can make the whole space appear a little softer.

Window treatments are another essential component to any room. Versatile cell shades offer a long range of rich and adaptable colors that can be suitable for years and they are also available in cordless models, which are ideal for households with young children.
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