Pet Friendly Window Coverings
If you share your home with pets, you are probably no stranger to the havoc they can wreak on some window coverings. There are a variety of options of pet friendly window coverings. Curtains and other window coverings can be difficult for some animals, particularly cats, who would like to sharpen their claws on the lush fabric dangling at their level. Even if an animal doesn’t damage the curtains, they may leave behind pet hair and dirt if they often walk by the window coverings. Roman-style shades, valances and other fabrics that stop at the window sill are a good choice to keep them out of reach of a new puppy or kitten. When choosing fabric for a window treatment, the consumer should always look for fabric where the pet hair will easily wipe off. Cotton is probably the best fabric to look for, but anytime you have fabric hanging down near the pet’s level, you’re going to experience a hair problem.
Mini-blinds are probably the most logical choice, but curious cats and dogs can easily bend or break them, or get caught in. If you really want mini-blinds, opt for faux wood or aluminum blinds, which are sturdier and can better withstand pet damage. These window coverings are a little bit more expensive, but the additional expense is worth it. Cordless blinds are also available and are a nice alternative to using the child-proof cord savers, which can be difficult to figure out.
House Window With White Mini Blind
When it comes to both vinyl or aluminum mini blinds, they are very likely to get bent or destroyed quickly. The smaller profile of mini blinds (usually 1" slats) also means that there is less visibility, causing pets to bend and break slats to see outside.
Home Office Windows With Mini Blinds
Finding the right pet proof window treatments is important because a cat or dog can really destroy regular window treatments and cause a lot of problems.
Living Room With Pet Friendly Window Treatments
Shutters are most traditionally found outside windows on the exterior of the house.
Baby Nursery With Pet Friendly Window Treatments
While most of our cellular shades are cordless, they are still made from a polyester fabric material. If your cat is a climber, you're likely to find your shades torn to shreds quickly.
Large Living Room With Pet Friendly Window Treatments
Because introducing a pet into the family is as important as bringing home a new baby to many people, it's important that the home be safe for the animal.
Kitchen With Window Roller Shades
Roller shades are another great option for window treatments that are pet friendly. Pets can slip behind the shade without damaging anything. And they won't collect much pet hair, making them easy to clean!
Kitchen With Pet Friendly Window Treatments And Undermount Sink
Because of the fabric nature of our roman shades, they would be a quick victim of cats climbing up the shades.
Living Room With Modern Pet Friendly Window Treatments
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