Cute & Safe Window Coverings for Your Child’s Room

Did you know that the right window coverings can make all the difference in your child’s bedroom? Not only can it solidify the theme and the space’s style, but the right window coverings will be cordless. After all, cordless safety is the most important thing to consider if you have children or pets in the home. At, you can find all the right window coverings.

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Take a look at the entire selection here:

Fox Bedding – Love it or Hate it?

fox beddingWhat do you think of this fox bedding? Love it or hate it?

Mermaid-Inspired Bedroom for Teens

What do you think of this room design for teens? Love it or hate it?
Mermaid Bliss for Teens


Columbus Day Sale is On at Select Blinds


The 2016 Columbus Day sale has come early this year! That means you don’t have to wait any longer to save BIG! Get the window blinds and shades you’ve been keeping your eye on, and now you can save even more money. Start shopping at

Unique, Non-Traditional Ways to Use Panel Tracks in Your Kid’s Room

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Panel tracks are the modern version of vertical blinds, and they have more uses than just as window coverings. And the great thing is that they’re perfect for your child’s room. Here are just some of the unique and non-traditional ways to use panel tracks:

To Separate Room Space

Do your children share a room? If they do, you can use panel tracks to give them separate space within the same room. Everyone needs their own space, and this is the perfect way to do it. Plus, the panel tracks can be pulled back whenever to open the room back up.

To Cover a Closet

No matter if your child’s closet is uncovered and missing doors or you just want a unique look, you can use panel tracks to cover a closet. It creates a streamlined look that adds some major visual interest.

To Create a Homework Area

Sometimes homework time can be full of distractions. Use panels tracks to create a study space or a homework area. This will help you child focus and stay on task.



Teen Girl Bedroom – Why It Works

teen room

This room is the perfect space for a teenage girl, or maybe even a pre-teen girl. Actually, let me amend that once more. It would be great for a college student, too. It’s simple and chic. But here’s what really makes this room work:

The Window Coverings

That’s the first place my eye goes. The unlined bamboo shades add fantastic texture, and they’re the perfect pairing with the print of the curtains.

The Daybed

Even though this may not be a real daybed, the pillow positioning makes it look like one. There is something cozy about this space, and I think it all centers on the way the bed is situated and decorated.

The Color Palette

The neutral tones provide a great base, and the pops of color give it a fresh look and feel.

What do you love most about this bedroom?


Adorable Bedroom Vanities for Young Girls

A little mirrored vanity in your girl’s room can take the room from ordinary to adorable! Here are two of my favorite examples:



What do you think?

Favorite Teen Bedding of the Month – Pink and Loving It

This month, it’s all about pink. What do you think of this bedding? Are you drooling yet?

pink bedding

Update Your Child’s Room with New Blinds & Shades – 2016 Labor Day Sale

New blinds or shades is just what your child’s bedroom needs. And here’s a little tidbit for you. Consider blackout blinds or shades so your child sleeps better at night and even during naps.

If you have corded window coverings anywhere in your house, it’s time to upgrade to cordless. Corded window coverings are one of the top 5 hidden dangers in the home, according to the CPSC. So, if you’ve been waiting for the right time to upgrade, now’s the time. just started their 2016 Labor Day Sale, and it’s not something you want to miss. This is their biggest sale they’ve ever had. Go take a look and start shopping!



Favorite Kid Bedding of the Month – Sail Away Edition

This month, we love this bedding! It’s simple, chic, and timeless. It’s also a great gender-neutral option, can can be used for a large span of ages. What do you think? Do you love it or hate it?