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3D rendering of arched windows.

Arched windows are architectural gems.

They’re also an architectural nuisance if you can’t find the right window treatments.

No one wants an uncovered eye-level window, but so many coverings detract from that graceful arched form. What’s a homeowner to do?

A bathroom with white shutters and gold fixtures.
No one disputes the natural beauty of natural wood, but composite shutters come close in the aesthetics department. In certain situations, they may be a better choice. Here, we’ll dig into the pros and cons of wood and composite shutters to help you make the right decision for your home...
A living room with white shutters and a coffee table.
Window shutters date back thousands of years. Shutters protected the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans from the elements, regulated light and airflow, and provided privacy and security. Mediterranean cultures greatly influenced their design and use. The traditional shutters of Italy, Spain, and France have fixed louvers angled to let in...
A man is painting the shutters of a wooden house.
Decisions, decisions. You have 50 choices of cereal at the grocery store and 30 choices of salad dressing. Now, you have to pick a finish for your new indoor shutters. It’s enough to make your head explode. Fortunately, it boils down to a simple commitment: stained or painted shutters. There...