What color should your plantation shutters be to complement your home?
Shutters can be a great investment for your home. Well made Shutters can last a lifetime providing quality light control and adding a nice decor element to your home. But whenever your picking out a set of plantation shutters you will want to keep in mind the Color. The color of your shutters can have a massive impact on the exterior look of your home. Picking the wrong color can mean your shutters clash with the rest of the house, leaving it looking patched together and ugly. You wouldn’t want to invest so much time and money into picking out some shutters just to have them look ugly on your home would you? Kirtz has some tips on picking out the right color for any style of home.
It’s important to keep in mind the color palette of your home when picking out shutters for it. Most exteriors are designed around 3 main colors. The Base, The Trim, and The Accent.
The Base color refers to the main dominating color of the house. This color will cover most of the exterior of the house and is usually the color most people will think of when thinking of the house. Ex. The “Blue” house.
The Trim is the series of lines running at the base and sometimes in the middle of the house. The Trim is usually colored a white or cream though some homes will use a darker color. Others still will use another more adventurous color on the trim of their homes.
The Accent is the one to pay attention too though. The accent is the color of Doors, windows, and yes, shutters. The accent is the place to get creative with a home’s color palette as these are the easiest parts of a home to replace.
Join us next week as we talk about what specific colors work best for plantation shutters. And if you’d like to order a set, call us today at 800-416-6455!
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