View some of our recent projects at Goyne's Blinds and Shutters.
The customer has tilt in windows and wanted shutters for a clean look.
The customer had an eyebrow window in they're game room that had white trim around it and a lot of stained wood in the room. We chose a stained shutter to blend with the other stains in the room and to cover the eyebrow.
Our customer wanted to update her house and get rid of the cellular shades, that worked great but were an open or closed situation. We went with 3 1/2" Hidden Tilt Shutters to give her more light control and darken the room when needed.
The customer was tired of 2 inch Faux blinds and the fact that when they were closed a lot of light was cut out as well as there was not any pizzaz to the treatment. We added patterned roller shades that were light filtering for decorative statement.
Our client wanted to get rid of the "heavy" balloon shade that was over her Master tub. It was hard to pull up and she wanted more light in the bath. We decided to do a faux shutter with a divider rail allowing her to keep the top open and the bottom closed for privacy. What a difference it made.
The customer lives in a high rise condo building and was going to do draperies, but to keep things light and airy, plus give the area a more spacious feel we went with shutters, giving her light control and still keep the view. These had to be installed inside a metal frame with a small z frame so as to not protrude more from the window.
The customer was tired of his Master Bath being "Over Decorated" in his words. We decided to take out the heavy treatment of swags and cascades plus the cellular shade that was hard to operate because of the tub. We used 3 1/2" wood shutters to give a more open feel.
It's always hard figuring out what to do with those bay windows so we the customer took our suggestion and went with the clean shutter look. You will notice stained trim but to keep the room light and airy we went with a subtle white color. The outcome speaks for itself.
This customer has had the "temporary" paper shades on his windows for 3 years. He finally pulled the trigger and purchased 4 1/2" clearview shutters on his windows. What an upgrade and appearance changer
If your trying to dress up that "Huge" window and don't have a lot of room, shutters do the trick. The client has a small living room with a lot going on, so we installed shutters for a clean look that didn't take up a lot of space like draperies would. The before and after pictures tell the whole story.
The staircase windows in this beautiful Tyler, Texas home were bare and stark. There is a full view of anyone accessing the stairwell from the neighbor's property. Window enhancement and privacy were important for the homeowner. They called our experts at Goyne's Blinds And Shutters for help.