Updating your home with KIRTZ SHUTTERS

I had the foresight on this recent project to take some photos before, so you can truly see how stunning the after can be with the right window treatments.

Initially the windows had been treated with faux wood blinds by the previous homeowner.  The new homeowner loved the look of shutters and, like many parents, had safety concerns with the lift and tilt strings on the wood blinds.

Take a look at the transformation!

before plantation shutters

before plantation shutters

plantation shutter in breakfast nook by Kirtz Shutters

plantation shutter in breakfast nook by Kirtz Shutters

after adding 4 1/2" maple wood plantation shutters by Kirtz Shutters

after adding 4 1/2" maple wood plantation shutters by Kirtz Shutters

The only thing I hate about these photos is that they don’t show the awesome view you get with a 4 1/2″ louver on a plantation shutter.  To get them open enough to show that detail, the sunlight is so bright you can’t see anything at all!  But, a 4 1/2″ louver is on 4″ spacing, meaning you only have a louver every four inches.  Clients are AMAZED at how different that can make a room look.
These next photos show how a Kirtz Shutter (especially a large louver)  really does make a space feel more grand!
Home Office with Wood Blinds

Home Office with Wood Blinds

Home Office with Plantation Shutter by Kirtz Shutters

Home Office with Plantation Shutter by Kirtz Shutters

Another question I am often asked… “Should I leave those second story windows open?  I love the natural light!”   Personally I sway back and forth on my answer to this question, but here is a look a a room where we did leave the windows open.

Kirtz Shutters in lower windows, transoms open

Kirtz Shutters in lower windows, transoms open

Call or email Kirtz Shutters today-  We can help you with quality wood plantation shutters in your home!

800-416-6455

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