Some plantation shutters look beautiful for years and even decades, while others can chip, crack, warp, or yellow within a few years. So what’s the difference? The material they’re made from. We’ll walk you through the best material for plantation shutters - and what types of material to avoid.
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When some people think of using wood in interior design, they may think of a rustic cabin filled with antlers or the paneling in your grandmother’s basement rec room from 1976. However, wood can be an essential element to design. By strategically placing wood throughout a space, you can make a small room look bigger, add needed contrast, and divert the eye exactly where it should go. The key is to embrace wood accents like wainscoting, flooring, furniture, and window treatments without overindulging.
2/10/2019 9:05 pm
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.
10/9/2018 9:25 am
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.
7/17/2017 9:00 am
Sunburst Shutters & Window Fashions is proud to announce that our Reclaimed Wood Shutters were honored with the prestigious Judges’ Award as part of the Window Covering Manufacturers Awards announced in 2017.