Wooden shutters bring a lot of versatility to your windows, with their limitless painting and staining options. Whether you want to paint them a darker color or stain them to match other wooden elements in your home, you can create a unique look that will last for years. You can also add decorative elements like contoured tilting bars and beveled blinds to further enhance the style of your shutters and your home. However, if you're new to window treatments or the installation process seems overwhelming, it's best to work with a design consultant over the phone.
They can help you choose the best option for your home that will last more than 10 years, save you money on energy bills, and look stylish on your windows. When it comes to choosing between painted and stained blinds, the main difference is how the shutter material interacts with color. Smooth-finished blinds tend to look more modern and elegant, while blinds with a textured finish look a little more historic. Plantation type blinds are an integrated feature of the house, which are installed directly inside the window frames. Before installing your blinds, it's important to bring samples of blinds to your home so that you can build a personalized treatment for your windows together.
You can choose from a collection of sample photos or upload your own to add blinds to window and door openings.