It gives a good feeling, when you decorate a room for a child. Its a big challenge to find out the type of colour or pattern that a child likes, although they will be aware of there favourite colour or character at a very young age! These days curtains specially made for children are filled with those cartoon characters, funky looks and funky colours.Curtains are widely available in a variety of beautiful and vibrant colours. Its a guarantee that you will definitely have a lot of fun while you are trying to choose the right ones to suit your interior design style and satisfy your child's preferences!While shopping for the right combination of window treatments, bedding, accessories be sure to bare in mind practicality as well as fashion trends. Curtains which have favourite cartoon characters, colours are fine for younger children whilst toddlers may prefer trains, alphabet letters, ballet dancers and fairies etc.The internet is a good source to locate a wide choice of curtains or fabrics. Many online retailers will provide samples of fabrics to help you make the right quality and colour choices.Before choosing any curtains for your child's room bare in mind the following tips.Give consideration to the thickness of the fabric, as the lighter the weight the more light they will let in Fashion rose Jacquard Knit Opt to have the curtains lined as this will not only help to prevent the fabric from fading, it will also help the curtains to hand better and prevent unwanted light.Black out lining is ideal for childrens bedrooms, as the will keep out any unwanted light meaning your child should not be awake at the crack of dawn or be prevented from sleeping during the lighter evenings!* Remember that children are fickle! Try to choose a design which will last longer than the fashion fads if you are looking for real value for money!A combination of a roller blind or Venetian blind along with curtains may be a good idea, but ensure you choose the designs which have a wand operating type systems or pay careful attention to the pull cords as these are a know risk to children and vulnerable people.Colour schemes can be vibrant, using primary colours if the room is large or for smaller rooms use pastel shades which give the illusion of more space.Contemporary designs are in-vogue for nurseries and childrens room. Using monochromatic black and white with great effect, which is a little more adventurous than the more traditional blues and pinks.* Involve you child in the choice of colours, bedding and curtains as much as possible, after all their bedroom is their place of sanctuary, as such they should be encouraged to make choices whenever this is practical.This seasons clash of colour combinations are a great way to let children be inspired by 'breaking the rules' of more conventional styles of interiors.With the vast choices of childrens curtains at affordable prices you can create wonderful rooms which children will love spending time playing in as well as sleeping.