Collection: Kids Room
9/16" Classic Single Cell Light Filtering Cordless Top-Down/Bottom-UpSold out NewRegular price$94.00Sale price$94.00Regular price
9/16" Classic Single Cell Light Filtering CordlessSold out NewRegular price$73.00Sale price$73.00Regular price
2" Cordless Classic Faux Woods WHITESSold out NewRegular price$38.00Sale price$38.00Regular price
1" Economy Cordless Aluminum Mini BlindsSold out NewRegular price$22.00Sale price$22.00Regular price
3/8" Budget Double Cell Light Filtering CordlessSold out NewRegular price$55.00Sale price$55.00Regular price
1/2" Budget Single Cell Blackout Cordless Top-Down/Bottom-UpSold out NewRegular price$100.00Sale price$100.00Regular price
1/2" Budget Single Cell Blackout CordlessSold out NewRegular price$79.00Sale price$79.00Regular price
3/8" Budget Single Cell Light Filtering Cordless Top-Down/Bottom-UpSold out NewRegular price$40.00Sale price$40.00Regular price
9/16" Classic Single Cell DAY/NIGHT Cellular Shades CordlessSold out NewRegular price$132.00Sale price$132.00Regular price
9/16" Classic Single Cell Blackout CordlessSold out NewRegular price$98.00Sale price$98.00Regular price
2" Cordless Classic Faux Woods WOODTONESold out NewRegular price$46.00Sale price$46.00Regular price
When it comes to choosing kids’ room window treatments, safety and durability are at the top of every parents’ mind. Because dangling cords pose a choking and strangling hazard, Factory Direct Blinds advises installing cordless shades for your kids’ bedrooms (and you might want to consider these child-safe options for other rooms of your house, such as the playroom, as well).
If you’re looking for blinds for the kids’ room, your best bet is either faux wood blinds or aluminum mini blinds, both of which we sell at Factory Direct Blinds. Either of these options are more durable than genuine wood blinds, and thus will hold up longer. Plus, they’re more affordable, so they will be less expensive to replace if your kids do accidentally break them, especially if you have large windows.
As for other window coverings, Roman shades in a kid’s room offer the softer look of curtains combined with the easy functionality of a roller shade. For a more contemporary look, you can go with an actual roller shade, or a cellular shade for more of a light filtering effect. If you’re looking for the most light control possible, we recommend top down bottom up shades, which allow you to endlessly adjust the exact amount of light that gets into the room.
Speaking of light filtering, you might want blackout blinds if your kids wake easily in the early morning. This is especially important for window treatments in a nursery, which must help keep fussy babies asleep. Keep this in mind as you shop for kids’ room window treatments at Factory Direct Blinds.