The Rustic Window Treatments
Rustic Window Treatments – Use blinds as a window treatment adds an element of outdoor to a room. Shutters are often used in country French province, South West or rustic decor schemes. Vintage shutters can be found at flea markets, garage sales and antique malls. New can be purchased at home improvement stores and distressed to add an old look
Picture windows are designed to let the outdoors in, so rustic shutters mounted on both sides to further strengthen this theme. Decorative shutters soften the modern edge of a picture window and adds a touch of rustic country charm. Shutters can be painted forest green, soft blue or any shade to match the room’s decor. Arched windows have an elegant, old-world look, and discreet wooden shutters pair well with them as rustic window treatments. They allow striking architecture of the window to shine and give a rustic counterpoint. The shutters can be stationary or they may be hinged to close at night for privacy.
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Wooden shutters can stand in their vintage condition, painted to match the room or stripped and grew to a natural look. When used in a small rustic window treatments, shutters paired with unlined drapes or sheers. The shutters provide privacy while sheers or curtains are merely decorative; adds softness and movement to the hard wood.