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Safe and Stylish Baby Nurseries

NEW YORK, NY -  Having a baby is such an exciting time for new parents and nothing is more important than that infant’s safety.  Designing a nursery for your baby can be fun, but parents must not forget that safety is the most important element of any room your baby is in.  Keep your baby’s nursery safe and chic with these stylish design tips. Wall Coloring and Coverings A brown ... Read More

Study Released on Cord Safety

NEW YORK, NY - A February 2012 survey conducted by Opinion Research Corporation for the Window Covering Safety Council concluded that 89 percent of Americans surveyed are aware that pull-cords on certain drapes and window blinds can pose a strangulation hazard to infants and young children. In addition, 78 percent of Americans surveyed were aware of a potential hazard associated with the interior cords running through the slats of some window ... Read More

Safe Décor for Savvy Parents

NEW YORK, NY - When it comes to interior decorating, style and children don’t always mesh well. But that doesn’t mean parents should toss out the trendy design magazines. It’s still possible to maintain a modern, stylish home while raising small children. By selecting colors, fabrics and furniture that will withstand the attention and activities of toddlers, you can ensure that your home is chic yet child-friendly. Here are some ... Read More

Keep Children Safe at All Ages

NEW YORK, NY - Despite what many parents may think, the potential hazards of window coverings are not exclusive to infants and newborns.  Curious toddlers may climb onto low-standing furniture or bookcases, either to peek out a window or to use the window cord as a toy. In the eyes of an imaginative young child, a window cord can become a cowboy lasso, a necklace or a Tarzan-type vine to ... Read More

Toddlers and Windows: A Dangerous Combination

NEW YORK, NY - Keeping up with active toddlers and making sure they’re safe around the home can be a challenge to any parent or caregiver. Guiding energetic and curious toddlers away from such common hazards as stairs, electrical outlets, hot stoves, or the harassed family pet are typically on a parent’s child-safety radar. A hidden home safety hazard that might slip a parent’s notice, however, is the danger posed ... Read More
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