Other Uses For Shutters Apart From Covering Windows in New Brunswick
If you use plantation shutters on your windows, you know how low-maintenance, energy-efficient, and striking they are. But can you guess the other ideas for using shutters -- plantation and otherwise -- that will benefit other areas of your New Brunswick home?
Savvy homeowners use shutters beyond just covering windows. If you love plantation shutters, here are a few novel ideas for how to get more use from your favorite window treatments all over your house.
Use Shutters To Cover Doors
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Shutters can also be used as an accordion door in pass-throughs between rooms. You can close the panels and louvers anytime you need privacy, filter noise, or block drafts.
Shutters Are Handy For Passthroughs And Cutouts
Shutters can give some enhancement to your passthrough or cutout. If the passthrough doesn’t have a countertop associated with it, you can use the shutters to frame the cutout as if it was a window. When pots and pans start making noise in the kitchen, you can just close the cutout’s shutters to reduce the offending sound. Closed plantation shutters also might mean that the the cook is done for the night!
Even More Ways To Use Shutters
If you love your plantation shutters, talk to your Sunburst rep about some inventive uses for shutters in your New Brunswick home. They can help you explore ideas to bring the style of plantation shutters to all areas of your home.
Need Help Picking Plantation Shutters To Enhance Your New Brunswick Home?
If you’re all set to get inventive with shutters in your home, Sunburst Shutters can help. Just call us at 732-301-6168 or complete the form below to schedule a no-cost in-home consultation. We’ll discuss your goals and demonstrate our product lines of plantation and barn door shutters.