Living in a coastal area means that how you approach your home design will be a little different than homes in other parts of the country. Not only do coastal homes around here have a distinct style, but they’ll also have a few considerations that other homes might not have – especially when it comes to window treatments.
Let This Shutter Blog Be Your Guide To All Things Window Treatments
11/20/2017 11:50 am
11/17/2017 1:40 pm
If you live in the South, you probably take your home design pretty seriously. And Southern homes take a few special considerations when it comes to your window treatments.
10/23/2017 10:55 am
A lake house is a fantastic place to spend your weekend, a chunk of summer, or any time you can make it with friends or family. The cool surroundings, waterside views, and cozy atmosphere make a lake house an unforgettable place – and you can improve all of those with the right window treatment.
8/21/2017 10:55 am
You probably see condensation accrue on some of your windows from time to time. What you might not easily see is that same condensation buildup on your window treatments. In humid places – in rooms like the bathroom, kitchen, or laundry room, or in humid environments like coastal and midwest homes – condensation can make the wrong window treatments warp, mildew, or worse.
5/2/2017 10:30 am
You know those tall, extravagant houses that populate the historic neighborhoods in American cities? Those are almost always Victorian houses. Unlike other home styles we’ve looked at, there isn’t a true Victorian “style,” but rather a Victorian era of home architecture that includes Queen Anne style homes, Shingle style homes, Second Empire homes, and more.