Planting shutters are thick wooden shutters, typically for use in windows that face strong winds. While historically associate with homes by the ocean that are affect by weather. Such as hurricanes, plantation shutters are now use in homes around the world. Because of their beauty and charm. These robust wood sliding door blinds come in a variety of styles and can be dressed up or down depending on the style of your home.
The proper plantation shutters look gorgeous on their own, without any additional treatment needed. Add some accent paint to keep the effect simple while the sliding door blinds stand out. Paint the molding in a contrasting color to add a good highlight of the plantation shutters. Paint the surface of the wall around the blinds, up to 3 inches wide; add a nice contrast with the windows. Painting acts as a great window treatment. So do not hesitate to be creative or make it simple, whatever suits your taste.
A valance is a small curtain that only covers the top of the window. A valance can add a touch of color to the blinds of the plantations. As well as tie them in the theme of your room. There are several styles of valances, ranging from 6 inches to 1 foot in length. Hang from a curtain rod on your sliding door blinds.