How Carpets Can Help Protect Your Children around the House
Kids are kids. They are going to be naughty, spill things, and create a mess in general. Don’t fret too much. Enjoy the process of them growing up. But do invest in child-friendly furniture and accessories for your house wherever you can.
Making the house as child-friendly and accessible (to them) as possible, while keeping the safety and comfort quotient high is your best bet then.
Carpets are one of the most important components of making a home kid-friendly and your floors much safer for your toddlers. Here are just a few ways in which your carpets can keep your children safe and happy. These can also serve as guidelines for when you are buying a carpet for your home.
What Kind of Carpets to Choose?
There will be a number of things you will need to take care of while choosing a carpet. A medium-to-dark colour carpet that is also stain-resistant is a must-have in a house with kids. Not only should the fabrics have a stain-protective finish, but the fibres should be durable as well. Another fact that should seal the deal should be how warm and comfortable the carpet will be for your child.
Nylon or wool-nylon carpets are the best choices when you take the above into consideration. They are perfect for all the spilling, scribbling (nylon-wool carpets do a great job of repelling dirt and moisture) and falling your toddler will do. It is definitely a safe place for your toddler to wobble around and play on.
So whether you opt for wall-to-wall carpeting in the entire house or go ahead with carpet tiles, ensure they are durable and will keep your kids comfortable and you worry-free. A no-skid, low-pile carpet is an absolute necessity for homes with kids.
A Cushion for Your Child
Most parents opt for carpets either in the family room, the kids’ bedroom, or in the playroom. But with toddlers in the house you need to rethink this. Hard floors can be very dangerous and slippery, and a full-of-energy child sprinting around an uncarpeted room can get hurt very badly if she trips (always a possibility)
However, do avoid velvet and plush in carpets mainly meant for kids as these are difficult to maintain and clean.
The Playground for Your Child
Kids just want to have fun and it is criminal to stop them when they are at it. So as parents you need to let them have their fun but ensure that the ground beneath their feet stays firm. This is where carpets come in. Double-taped and no-skid varieties are perfect for kids’ rooms and playrooms.
Colours fascinate kids, so colourful and wear- and stain-resistant carpets are a great option. The bright colours exude vibrancy and positivity and also camouflage stains well.
Good-quality carpets are a great help around children. Bright colours and absorbing patterns on the carpets can keep them occupied so they may leave other things alone. Is that good news for you or what?
Besides, gorgeous carpets designed like board games are a great entertainment option for the whole family. And remember, when there are things children are encouraged to touch, they’ll be less tempted to get into the forbidden stuff.
No Allergies for my Angel
With all the benefits that carpets bring, one thing that must be considered above everything else is that none of your family members should be allergic to the carpets you buy. Also, little kids are extremely sensitive to dirt and dust. Hence you must ensure that your carpet is vacuum cleaned daily and the area that is carpeted is well-ventilated. Getting your carpet professionally cleaned once every two months is also a good idea.
This way your angel will enjoy all the benefits that carpet flooring has to offer without facing any trouble.
Kids are kids. They are going to be naughty, spill things, and create a mess in general. Don’t fret too much. Enjoy the process of them growing up. But do invest in child-friendly furniture and accessories for your house wherever you can. A good carpet is just one of many things that can help you out with this.
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