Adding Wood Accents to your Home New Braunfels, Texas (TX) Using Parkland Blinds for Living Rooms

What is considered popular in the world of home design changes over time. Homes have been built with a variety of wood accents, carpets have covered wood flooring, wallpaper has gone in and out of favor, and a movement toward natural materials has emerged. But major projects to keep up with design trends can be overwhelming. With window treatments from Hill Country Blinds, you can change the design of your home with support through the whole process.

With a movement toward natural materials, the world of interior design has embraced wood features in homes. Often this takes form in the refinishing or installation of hardwood floors. However, that may not be practical for everyone. Using wood in homes creates a feeling of warmth and comfort, but it doesn’t have to be a massive feature. Instead, adding accents to different areas of your home can create the same effect without investing in a major project. This is also best if you want to redesign every so often. Adding wood accents to your home with window treatments is a great option because you can place them in any room with a window, and the natural sunlight coming in complements the effects of wood.

If you are looking for real wood window treatments, you have a few different options. Wooden blinds are a functional option. For an upgraded, plantation-style home appearance, you can install Heritance Hardwood Shutters. This product is made with the finest North American Hardwood and is handpicked for quality. Since they are custom made to order, you can find the perfect fit for your home. These shutters have Integra™ finish applied, so they will stand the test of time while maintaining their alluring luster. With this coating, you don’t have to invest a ton of time in maintaining and cleaning them. If you are adding shutters to existing wood accents in your home, the ability to choose your paint or stain color means that you can custom match any wood materials already in your home. If you want to add character as well, you can choose from six different artisan techniques to enhance the feature: glazed, glazed and burnished, classic distressed, heirloom distressed, rustic, or textured.

If you are looking for real wood window treatments, you have a few different options. Wooden blinds are a functional option. For an upgraded, plantation-style home appearance, you can install Heritance® Hardwood Shutters. This product is made with the finest North American Hardwood and is handpicked for quality. Since they are custom made to order, you can find the perfect fit for your home. These shutters have Integra™ finish applied, so they will stand the test of time while maintaining their alluring luster. With this coating, you don’t have to invest a ton of time in maintaining and cleaning them. If you are adding shutters to existing wood accents in your home, the ability to choose your paint or stain color means that you can custom match any wood materials already in your home. If you want to add character as well, you can choose from six different artisan techniques to enhance the feature: glazed, glazed and burnished, classic distressed, heirloom distressed, rustic, or textured.

If you want to embrace more natural materials in your interior design, but want something a little different, you can choose woven wood shades. This style takes a variety of natural materials, such as grasses, wood, and reeds, to make a beautiful shade. With this product, you can add warmth, unique style, and texture to your home.

On the other hand, many of us live hectic lives. While we may like wood textures, we worry our kids, pets and lifestyles would cause damage to natural materials. In those cases, faux wood products like faux wood blinds come in handy. These faux wood products create the look and feel we want while providing functionality and durability. These products can withstand high heat and humidity and resist warping or fading.

If you want to keep up with design and add wood accents to your home with your window treatments, let our staff at Hill Country Blinds walk you through the steps. Located near New Braunsfels, Texas, we proudly serve Bee Cave, Austin, Lakeway, Georgetown, and the surrounding areas. If you’re ready to create a warm and welcoming space, contact us today to schedule a free in-home consultation.

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