Do you love plants? Do you wish you could love them more? Well, you can with the help of planters! Planters are containers that plants can grow in. They’re a great way to keep greenery alive indoors, and they also look pretty neat stacked together. Whether you’re an avid gardener or just looking to spruce up your home, shutters and planter boxes are a great choice. Here’s everything you need to know about window shutters and planter boxes.

Window Shutters and Planter Boxes

Also known as Venetian blinds, window shutters are the perfect way to add privacy and shade to your home. You might already have a window shutter or two if you’re already a homeowner. A great way to redecorate is decorating your shutters with fabulous wallpaper for an even more attractive appearance. Decorative shutters are also a great way to block out sunlight during the summer months and create an excellent effect in rooms with less lighting. Window shutters can also be used for privacy: vertical ones can make a divider between rooms.

In addition to being decorative items, window shutters are also helpful in blocking out sunlight and providing privacy in areas that don’t need full-time illumination (areas like the kitchen). In these cases, they’re referred to as ‘blinds.’ This can be one of the most cost-effective ways of giving your home extra natural light without buying an entirely new window structure! It’s also easy: find pieces of door or fence post at your local hardware store (or even use PVC pipe on its own!), attach them using nails or screws along the bottom edge of each piece, and slide them into place over each window frame.

Shutters can also make an incredible addition to a room. For example, they are great ways of creating privacy in bedrooms and bathrooms, where they’re often needed. Also, think about using them at the top of the stairs so that you don’t have to climb up and down every time you want to go up or down.

You’ll be able to see the full effect for yourself soon: visit our showroom in Fairwood this weekend for shutters out of stock at our current warehouse.