Try shutters as room dividers in your Geelong home

November 30, 2015

Have you considered using shutters as a design feature to divide rooms in your home in Geelong or further afield?

Some might consider it thinking outside the box, while to others it is a practical solution. Either way, it’s an attractive decorating decision that bestows interest and functionality on interiors.

Internal shutters, especially in white, are a mainstay when it comes to window treatment. They look equally good when installed in a wall cavity between rooms, working effectively to connect and separate rooms with the easy tilt of the louvre blades. This gives you control of air flow, light and the level of privacy you want.

While shutters are stylish, they also give you increased options when it comes to linking your rooms. For example, using shutters to create a divide between a study and a lounge area means, when they’re open, the two rooms feel connected and the space seems larger. But close the shutters and you immediately create a private haven in the study where you can put your head down and get to work. You are hidden from view.

Hard-wearing shutters are also a cost-effective option as a room divider. They are quick to install, come in a wide range of colours and add appeal to your home.

At Champion Blinds, we just love shutters when used in interiors. They are a trend that keeps on going and diversifying. And it’s no wonder, because they’re just so versatile, don’t date, slot effortlessly into both traditional and contemporary homes and are a clever, flexible option as room dividers.

If you would like to know more about shutters for your Geelong home’s interior, please contact us at Champion Blinds.