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  • Writer's pictureJean Powell

Child-Safe Window Treatments: What They Are & Why You Need Them

Updated: Dec 16, 2018

Your home is a haven for adults and children alike, which is why ensuring your window treatments are easy to use and child-safe is of paramount importance. As design and window treatment professionals, we offer a vast array of window covering style, fabric, and hardware options that are both beautiful and safe for all members of your family.

How to Choose a Safe Window Covering

What does "child-safe" actually mean? As shown in the video above, a child-safe window treatment--be it blinds, drapery, or shades--is one that doesn't have any loose cords, ribbons, or rods. Children tend to play with anything they can reach, especially the things that aren't actually toys. This means you must child-proof your home in every way possible. Nothing is worth that risk.

Should you use child-safe treatments even if you aren't a parent?

While you might not be a parent, if you have children visiting your home at some point or plan to sell in the future, toting child-safe window treatments will bring you and any future owners peace of mind. Besides, any reason to upgrade your interior is a good reason, right? ;)

Ready for child-safe window treatments?

We make it our mission to provide drapery, blinds, and more for discerning adults who want to provide a hazard-free place for children to visit and live. Contact us today for a consultation and let's make your home a more beautiful and safer place.

Ask Us About our Blinds & Custom Window Treatment services.

safety highlights

got kids ages 3 and under?

According to US Consumer Surveys, children age three and under are at the greatest risk for window cord deaths, with one occurring every two weeks.

safety tip of the month

make the nursery safe

Make sure the nursery is outfitted with modern and safe window treatments as soon as possible. Don't give children easy access to windows, regardless of the treatments you use.


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