Imagine a stylish, safe alternative for the ones you cherish, in the spaces they love the most.
Your child’s bedroom is the part of your home that is uniquely theirs. Likely to be untidy, covered in posters or stickers, and possibly filled with stuffed animals, the bedroom can be a little world where your kids can really be themselves.
Made to measure your vision (or even that of your child if you’re feeling brave!) the custom colour option for S:CRAFT shutters lets you choose a colour to suit their tastes. Blue or pink, green or red, there is an almost limitless colour palette to help spark their imagination.
S:CRAFT shutters are a safe alternative to many types of window covering, without cords or ties acting as a hazard for inquisitive young minds. As a member of the BBSA (British Blind and Shutter Association), S:CRAFT supports the Make it Safe campaign, helping parents and carers make informed decisions about the safest window treatments for the home.
To help your children sleep, whether napping during the day or through the night, S:CRAFT shutters have a room darkening option, which includes an integrated blind. This sits in its own channel behind the shutters, blocking out virtually all light from the outside world, creating the perfect conditions for your kids to sleep.
Adding a layer to your windows, plantation shutters provide your home with additional insulation, helping keep your kids’ rooms warm during the colder winter months. They also help reduce external noise, letting your children get the rest they need after a busy day.
Helping make a children’s bedroom a germ free zone, S:CRAFT shutters can also be coated with a hygienic coating called Hygienilac. This wood lacquer is efficient at killing bacteria found in dust for up to 10 years, making it a popular choice for nurseries as well as care homes and hospitals.
Think how your kid’s bedroom could benefit from safe, stylish and healthy window coverings, then see your vision come to life with S:CRAFT. Contact your local supplier to arrange a home visit and discuss how you could make a world of difference for your little ones.