You know shutters are a great way to transform your windows and doors, but did you know there are many other ways shutter blinds can be used throughout your home? Discover these 4 alternative ways to use plantation shutters in your home:
1. Shutters as a headboard
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Shutters can bring real character to the room and installing shutter blinds behind your bed can create a really charming headboard. Shutter blinds as a headboard can create a traditional or contemporary look in your bedroom depending on the colour of shutters chosen.
2. Shutters as wardrobe doors
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Installing shutters as wardrobe doors is a popular choice. As more customers discover the benefits of made-to-measure shutters, we’ve installed many shutter blinds for wardrobe doors. If your home is particularly prone to damp, louvred shutters as wardrobe doors is a great way to keep air flowing through the closet while hiding the clutter inside.
3. Shutters to hide a TV screen
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Wall mounted TV screens are a big perk in the home, but they can dominate the look of a room. A TV screen can be easily hidden when not in use with made-to-measure shutters.
4. Shutters as bathroom hooks
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For a shabby chic look, use plantation shutters as bathroom hooks. Simply lean the shutter to one side, drill in some hooks and you have yourself a completely unique hook system perfect for hanging towels.
Feeling inspired? Get in touch with Totally Shutters today on 0203 960 6963 to book your free no obligation in-house survey. All shutters from Totally Shutters come with a 5-year guarantee.