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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...

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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...

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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...

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Arched Plantation Shutters

Plantation Shutters are the perfect window covering for your arched windows. They provide the look and privacy of shutters, with a custom fit to your arch. They work with all types of décor as you can see from the variety and scope of the design used in the rooms...

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The Layered Look: 5 Great Ideas!

Today’s design inspiration story focuses on the dramatic effect created with a layered look on your windows. We love the combination of curtains with wood blinds, shutters, or woven wood or honeycomb shades. As you can see in the examples below, you can combine...

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Design Inspiration: Plantation Shutters

Part One: Bathrooms & Sliding Doors Plantation shutters offer a classic look for window coverings that work with every imaginable décor type. Whether you have a traditional, eclectic, cottage, or farmhouse aesthetic, plantation shutters offer the look and privacy...

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Tips: How to Clean Blinds

How You Clean a Blind Depends on the Type of Blind You Have and What You Are Cleaning Off Wood Blinds If it is a wood blind, you should never clean it with a water-based cleaner. The finish on a wood blind is the same as a piece of wood furniture. You can dust it with...

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