The Guide To Living Room Window Treatments In Boston, MA
The living room is where you display your decorating skills. And gorgeous windows are your chance to install an equally stunning window treatment to accent your furniture and accentuate the window’s shape.
You’ll want to consider your window’s shape since many living rooms have beautiful arched or specialty shaped windows. You’ll also want to take into consideration how you want to frame the view outside, how much light comes through them, and how much privacy you want. Your living room window treatments should let you control privacy and light so that your guests feel they’re right at home.
Your living room window treatment options in Boston include:
Unlike shades, draperies, and blinds, living room shutters accentuate your triangular, octagonal, arched, circular windows - even your french doors. They’re custom built to your window’s exact dimensions. All the corners, angles, and curves are preserved. And your guests will take note of your eye for architecture - and appreciate your concern for their privacy.
If your living room is formal, you’ll want window treatments that are more sophisticated. Plantation shutters are known for their broad horizontal louvers enclosed in a frame. Whether you choose a traditional white paint for Polywood®, a deep stain for Ovation® wood, or weathered reclaimed wood, the resulting window covering matches your living room’s style.
If your living room will be used to entertain, how functional a window treatment is has as much weight as its appearance. You can move the shutter louvers with a tilt rod to get more or less light. And you can open the panels all the way to operate the window.
Living room shutters keep you and your guests pleasantly warm all through the visit. All you have to do is close the shutters properly for temperature control. And with Polywood shutters for living room shutters, you’re also taking advantage of the resulting energy savings.
Enjoy the scenery outside the window when you slide the barn door panels on a track. Once the panels are on the sides of the window, they frame the view and become standalone pieces of art.
Some shades may not be effective at blocking light. Consult with a window treatment professional about the room darkening efficiency of a certain shade.
Searching For More Window Treatment Inspiration For Your Living Room In Boston?
Find your inspiration in this idea gallery that includes images of window treatments for living rooms and other rooms in your home. You can scroll through examples of our work from around Boston and see for yourself what works best for your living room. And if you want to talk with an expert about window treatments for your living room - or any room in your home, contact us at 781-352-2205 or fill out the form below!