If you have been seeking a way to infuse your residence with a bit of classic style, introducing shutters to your home could be a great step to take. As these Hunter Douglas window treatments can effortlessly work to bring sophistication and functionality to any space, integrating them into your existing decor is a wonderful idea to contemplate. At Blinds & Designs, we can teach you a bit more about the unique styles so that you can decide which type is right for your unique design goals.
The first style that you might want to think about when introducing shutters to your home is our Heritance® Hardwood Shutter. These are intentionally crafted out of genuine hardwood, which give you the look you want with the long-term performance you expect. During the creation process, an Integra™ finish is applied, which creates high luster and durability.
Choosing to go about introducing shutters to your home is also a great idea thanks to the impressive range of available colors and stains. A few of our favorites include Fall Rustle, Mission Oak, and Midnight, but you are welcome to come leisurely browse our wide selection in order to pick the color that's the best fit for you. A notable benefit of purchasing one of these Hunter Douglas offerings is that when you do so, the company makes a donation to the Arbor Day Foundation. This will benefit their work surrounding preservation.
The second style that may be of interest to you when introducing shutters to your home is our Palm Beach™ Polysatin™ Shutter, which is made from a UV-resistant compound. This means that they are durable enough to withstand extreme conditions, including rooms that exhibit high amounts of moisture and heat. Therefore, these are ideal for areas such as kitchens or bathrooms. With colors such as Bright White and White Silk, the gentle neutrals can effortlessly work to tie any space together upon implementation.
Finally, NewStyle® Hybrid Shutters combine aspects of each of the aforementioned styles to produce an entirely new type of shutter. While these appear to be made out of hardwood, they are instead a blend of real wood and manmade materials. This, in turn, makes them wonderful additions to rooms that experience high-traffic or require a bit of extra durability. As these can also be used on unusually-shaped areas of your home, such as arches and circles, you have the freedom to incorporate these Hunter Douglas window treatments wherever you like. As you can see, introducing shutters to your home is a great idea for many reasons.
If you would like to find out more about introducing shutters to your home, our drapery workroom, or any of our other products, feel free to get in touch. Our showroom is located in Fletcher, NC. We are proud to serve all of Western North Carolina including Asheville, Hendersonville, Fletcher, and Weaverville, NC. We look forward to hearing from you.