Shutters in Bay Windows

Shutters in Bay Windows

Plantation shutters and bay windows are, in the words of Forrest Gump, like “peas and carrots.” They just fit together. To show you a variety of great ideas for using shutters in your bay window, we’ve found gorgeous rooms that feature a wide range of approaches, with...
More Than Just Good Looking

More Than Just Good Looking

Six Reasons to Consider Plantation Shutters Apart from their classic good looks, that manage to work beautifully with any type of décor, plantation shutters offer some important features that make them an excellent choice for your windows in any room of the house....
The Metal Blinds Blues

The Metal Blinds Blues

We all know they are ugly. When I had a custom set of metal mini blinds specially ordered in a lovely color of peach to coordinate with my very 80s bedroom as a child, I thought they were the height of sophistication. Now, not so much. There are so many other, better,...
Woven Wood Shades

Woven Wood Shades

Warm and organic, woven woods shades offer a more textural window treatment than plantation shutters and a sleeker profile than drapery. They make the ideal covering when you need window coverings on both windows and doors in the same room, creating a cohesiveness...
Getting the Best Results with Shutters and Blinds

Getting the Best Results with Shutters and Blinds

There are two important questions to ask yourself when considering the various options available to you for window coverings: is uniformity a consideration, and what is the primary purpose of your window coverings? Giving some careful thought to these issues will...
Design Inspiration: Non-White Shutters

Design Inspiration: Non-White Shutters

In Part Two of our Design Inspiration series covering plantation shutters, we offer up a new way of thinking about a classic window covering. We tend to think immediately of white plantation shutters, and with reason—they are a gorgeous, traditional window treatment...