From plain blinds and curtains to diy garlands, there are so many ideas out there to make nursery windows more exciting! Here are a few of our favourite finds.
Keep it Simple
Window coverings don't have to be the main feature of a nursery. Pick an accent colour from your room decor and choose blinds or curtains in the same hue. This works particularly well if you have more than one window to consider.
From farm animals to the king of the jungle, animal prints are a classic nursery addition and using your child's favourite can add a personal touch. We love beautifully illustrated fabrics like these Longleat curtains and the tie-backs by Anthropologie are the cutest we have seen yet!
There are so many amazing fabrics available today
Add a Tie-back
You don't have to resort to knitted monkeys for nursery tie-backs – they may be cute but have a limited shelf life. Choose one of these chic options for a design that can be worked into an updated room as your child grows.
Curtain tie-backs, from left to right: Rabbit tie-backs by Anthropologie, image courtesy of Design Sponge. Wing and Cherry Blossom tie-backs by Urban Outfitters.
You can dress up a plain window with a garland of your choice. Choose a theme and use found objects, such as feathers, or cut-out shapes and hang with string.