Everything to Consider About Sunburst Shutters

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Why Sunburst Shutters?

If you have arched windows in your house, you may be wondering the best way to cover them. Finding a window treatment for arched windows is no easy task. Blinds and shutters from big box stores simply won’t work, as there’s no way to customize their products for this type of situation. If you’re wanting the best product, you’re going to want to go with custom shutters. And sunburst shutters for arched windows are a great way to go! Though some might be worried about their style, there’s no denying their functionality. Here are a few things to consider before you install sunburst shutters in your home.

 

The Perfect Fit

Curtains might be tempting as a cheap solution to needing window treatments on arched windows. But that affordability comes at a cost – For one thing, you’ll be trying to fit a rectangle into a hole. Rather, you’ll be trying to cover a semi-circle with a rectangle. And that’s just not going to give you the clean, elegant look you’re probably wanting. But custom shutters take care of that issue. You won’t have to worry about conflicting shapes or whether your furniture and floors fully protected from excess sunlight. And you won’t have to worry about privacy issues either when. Your sunburst shutters will make it so that your windows are completely covered, edge to edge. 

 

Are They Outdated?

This question is probably highest on your list of concerns. But not every sunburst shutter is the same and you can work with your professional shutter company to get the shutter you desire. Varying widths and styles make it easy to design custom shutters that will represent your home the way you want them to. You can also match existing colors of paint or stain to make your sunburst shutters fit in flawlessly with the rest of your home’s colorways.

 

Are There Other Options?

If you’re not quite sold on the idea of installing sunburst shutters, there are, of course, other options available. You can install standard shutters in the shape of an arch. This works for both large windows with an arched top or small arched windows. These types of shutters give more of a modern look that works well in craftsman-style homes.

Another option is to leave the arch uncovered. If privacy isn’t a concern in the area, you can always go this route for an option that delivers lots of warm, natural light. An uncovered window will give your room an inviting, airy feel that you might prefer to the above options.

 

If you’ve decided on sunburst shutters for arched windows, or maybe want to go a more modern route, Clearview Shutters & Blinds is ready to help with your decision. Serving the Wasatch Front since 1989, we have the experience you need to make your home a space you can enjoy for years to come.

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