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3 Rules to Follow When Picking the Color of Your Window Shutters

by | Jan 9, 2020 | Shutters | 0 comments

When it comes to choosing the color of your window shutters you need to make sure you get it right. If you were to choose the wrong color you could end up with some lovely new shutters that could look better. Do not worry! We are here to help you. Here at Sun Devil Shutters, we know more than a thing or two about choosing the right shutters for your home. In fact, we have 3 rules to follow when picking the color, so you always end up with shutters that look great.

1. Consider your Home’s Exterior or Interior

Exterior shutters

If you are planning to have exterior window shutters, consider what your home’s exterior looks like. Think about the colors in your yard or front garden in addition to any brickwork, rock, or any painted surfaces nearby. You might also want to consider what the houses in your neighborhood look like. Ideally, you would pick colors that complement the houses in your area. If you plan to sell your home one day, you should avoid using bold or bright colors.

Interior shutters

If you are planning to have interior window shutters, consider what the room in question looks like. Think about the most obvious colors in that room and how you can add to that color scheme or complement it. If you plan to decorate your room any time soon you should consider using neutral colors as they tend to go with just about anything.

2. Consider what you want to Bring to your Home

If you are planning to have interior window shutters, consider what the room in question looks like. Think about the most obvious colors in that room and how you can add to that color scheme or complement it. If you plan to decorate your room any time soon you should consider using neutral colors as they tend to go with just about anything.

3. Consider your Window Trim

A lot of people fail to consider their window trim. However, this is a very important aspect to consider. Your new window shutters and the window trim will come into contact every time they are used. This means that if you use colors that don’t work together, your new shutters might not look as good as they could.

Pick a color that works well with your window trims and either enhances or complements them. You might also want to consider picking a color that matches your window trim so it looks as though you have one whole piece up against your window.

As you can see, the 3 above rules are vital if you want to pick the right color window shutters. If you take time to consider what will surround the shutters, you’re much more likely to purchase shutters that look great.

If you have any questions or queries about choosing the right color, or anything else, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here for you.

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