The best window blinds and shades for child safety are cordless blinds. All window blinds use cords....
Below is a list of window coverings that can be upgraded to cordless blinds & shades for childen window safety:
Children Window Blinds Safety
Blinds Chalet Announces New Cordless Wood Blind
Jul 10 2012
Blinds Chalet announces three new cordless wood blind products. Available in 2" and 2 1/2" inch sizes. Cordless blinds improve child safety and add a unique look.
Blinds Chalet's cordless blinds offer safety for young children
Aug 25 2011
Eliminating the dangers of cords around babies and young children is one of the child-proofing steps that parents should take for their youngsters' safety and their own peace of mind.
Ultimate cordless cell shades provide style, durability and child-safe construction
Aug 11 2011
With toddlers and young children around, the most child-safe window treatments to have are cordless window blinds.
Child's room needs to be attractive and safe to suit youngsters and parents
May 11 2011
Decorating a child's room should take into account the changing interests of a youngster to come up with a space that makes them feel comfortable.
Child-proofing a home should start with window safety
Mar 9 2011
Door knob covers. Anti-scald devices. Tip-over anchors. These may be foreign terms to anyone who hasn't had children, but to parents of babies and young kids, they are potentially life-saving additions to their homes.
Design a room with cordless cell shades that grows alongside children
Jan 27 2011
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.
Cordless window blinds offer safety for outfitting windows in a child's room
Jan 13 2011
A child's room needs to be outfitted with furniture that is not only attractive and child-friendly, but safe as well. There should be no sharp edges or small moveable parts that can be easily removed and surfaces need to be easy to clean.
Cordless blinds or shades can be a safe choice at holiday time
Oct 26 2010
Trying new arrangements of lights each year brings a fresh look to holiday decorating, but DoItYourself.com recommends a number of safety tips that apply to decorative light schemes, whether new or old.
Cordless blinds are an easy and safe aid in child-proofing
Oct 12 2010
Child-proofing a home is a major undertaking, but well worth the time and effort it takes to make a house safe for babies and young children.
Childproofing a hotel room
Jul 22 2010
When vacationing away from home with young children, it's crucial to make sure that the hotel or home in which one is planning to stay is a safe environment. There are many features of a room for parents to consider, especially if there is a baby in the family, according to Babble.com.
Summer vacation is the time to childproof windows and blinds
Jun 8 2010
Summer vacation is almost here and children will undoubtedly be spending more time at home. Parents who want to make their homes more "kid-friendly" may want to start with the windows.
UK making a push for blind-safety
Jun 1 2010
An English coroner has urged parents with small children to be safer when choosing and installing blinds for their homes, after two tragic incidents occurred within five days of each other. According to the Daily Mail, Coroner Andrew Haigh, of Staffordshire, England, has also asked his government to follow America's lead and ban blinds with looped cords.
Connecticut seminar teaches parents about child-safe blinds
Jun 1 2010
New parents who are unsure of how to best decorate their child's room are in luck. According to NorwalkPlus.com, Ring's End Lumber is hosting a free seminar in Wilton, Connecticut, on June 8. Experts will share recommendations on how to dress children's living spaces, including child-safe paint and window blinds.
Select functional shades when decorating a nursery
May 25 2010
When creating a combined office-and-nursery for expectant couple Chris Buck and Michelle Golden, designer Kevin Dumais told the New York Times that "It wasn't just about decorating a room [but involved] space planning and organizing and really making their existing space handle two purposes." New parents who are pressed for space can take a cue from Dumais and design a shared space.