No matter how much you adjust the thermostat, there are going to be rooms in your house that accumulate moisture. Sometimes humidity originates from a steamy shower in your bathroom. Other times it’s from the natural dampness of a basement or mudroom. And while you can use exhaust fans and dehumidifiers to combat the wetness, the fact remains that high-humidity rooms can wreak havoc on your window treatments -- unless your window treatments use material that is moisture resistant.
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As personalized style becomes a lasting trend, more and more people are looking to incorporate materials like reclaimed wood into their decor. After all, the unique look of reclaimed wood definitely gives you a one-of-a-kind conversation piece, while adding a bit of historic ambiance to your rooms. Of course, using too much reclaimed wood can also be overpowering. That’s why some people have looked at scaling the material to a single featured piece of furniture or something like window treatments, such as shutters.
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Do you have a chilly spot in your home next to your windows that you avoid? Or do you feel like your heater is constantly on, even when it’s not that cold outside? There’s no need to feel chilly when a little home winterization can go a long way. One of the first places to start is with your windows.
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Board and batten siding can make a home stand out from blocks away, but board and batten interior wainscoting can make an equally big impression inside your home. Couple that with the right furniture, window treatments, and other decor, and your space can capture that Craftsman style you see on TV.
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Tilt and turn windows aren’t extremely common, so it can be difficult to find window treatments that work with those kind of specialty windows.