As a smart Toronto homeowner, you decide on your window treatments based on what they can add to your home’s interior. But have you given much thought as to which window treatments look best from the other side of your windows, and which ones increase your home’s curb appeal?
Below are our top recommendations for window treatments that look great both outside and in.
Shutters Up Your Home’s Curb Appeal
Shutters are fantastic for upping your curb appeal because they’re so easy to see from outside. With their crisp, clean shape and thick louvers, shutters “pop” more than other window treatments, and complement just about any style of house. With the stunning whites of our composite shutters or the muted and natural looks of our wood shutters, they can be a great counterpoint to any kind of siding, from wood siding to brick.
Shutters can also help add some uniformity across each of your windows. Mismatched window treatments on one side of the house can give you a jumbled look, so being able to coordinate the window treatments across all those windows is a great benefit. Our shutters are custom-built to fit any style and size of window, so you can get a clean, uniform look no matter what.
Finally, shutters are incredibly durable and easy to clean, so there’s no need to worry about them looking dingy, wrinkled or dirty in the window like you would with a fabric window covering.
Shades Open Up Your Colour Palette
Even though they may not add the same “pop” as shutters do, shades’ biggest benefits are their clean, solid look and wide variety of colours. If you have an incredibly specific color combo that you want to stick to across every party of your home – shades are the window treatment for you. With nearly endless options in colours and patterns, shades are a do-it-all window treatment.
Increase Your Curb Appeal With New Window Treatments
If you’re ready to catch some more eyes in your neighbourhood with the help of shutters, blinds or shades, call Luxury Window Coverings today 905-449-3929 or get in touch with us here. We’ll walk you through all of your options, and help you find window treatments that work best for your Toronto home.