(The second in a three-part series)
In part one of this series, we considered how different types of curtains suit different types of rooms. We discussed goals that work in every room, as well as focus areas that empower sound curtain design decisions. We then applied this to bedrooms in general, and children’s bedrooms in particular. In this article, we’ll take a more detailed look at kid’s curtains – in their bedrooms and beyond.
(The first in a three-part series)
Do you know the feeling? You dress your child, step back and take a look. As your eyebrows rise involuntarily and a strained smile spreads across your face, you think, “Whoops! Got it wrong today.” You chose an outfit that misrepresents your child’s personality, perhaps stifles their potential or even inhibits their function and movement. Similarly, every room has a unique personality, potential and purpose. Today, we’ll explore how different rooms require different types of curtains.