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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.

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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!

Fun Fabrics

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-backsCurtain 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.

Use Garlands

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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.


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