It is springtime and you want to make some changes around the house, so you decided to do a design makeover. You bought a few gallons of paint and brought in some new furniture. So far, everything seems to be going well, but something feels off. You can't quite put your finger on it, but the room does not feel quite complete... Have you paid any attention lately to your windows? A lot of people under-appreciate the power that window treatments can have on a space. Those old plastic mini-blinds are neither functional nor aesthetically pleasing, so make it your goal to replace them as soon as possible.
Plantation Shutters for Interior Design Success
There are wonderful options out there that won't break the bank. With that in mind, plantation shutters are widely regarded as the end-all, be-all of window treatments. Roman shades, Venetian blinds and fancy drapes are all deserving of praise, but nothing compares to the versatility of these
faux wood shutters. Featuring a wide-louvered design and custom-manufactured to fit any window size and shape, they are the perfect selection for any design style. Though they were originally made to suit the housing needs of those living on plantations in the south (hence the name), they have since evolved into a major product in the window treatment market. With a seemingly endless array of styles and patterns, you do not have to live in a one-story ranch to experience what interior plantation shutters
have to offer. From a design perspective, they without a doubt make an aesthetic statement. As such, an increasing number of people have turned to incorporating faux plantation shutters
with other window treatments (e.g., lower half shutter, upper half roman shades). They look just as great in turn of the century Victorians as they do on modern builds sporting industrial/contemporary themes. No matter what your housing style, be it eclectic or rustic, rural or urban, consider our plantation shutters
an ideal design addition. The functional advantages they have over other window treatments cannot be overstated either. Since the shutter covers the window directly, it keeps more air out, meaning your home will stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. They are also virtually maintenance-free; no need to clean, dust or untangle rope cords. In a word, they are a homeowner's dream come true and they can be had for much less than you might think. Give us a call today to discuss your options!