For many people, Tuscany is a dream destination, a romantic interlude, and the height of old-world charm. And even if you’ve never been there, you can still bring the look and feel of a Tuscan hillside to your home. It’s easier than you think! To get some design ideas or to see some window treatments up close, speak with a trained consultant at Shutter Guy serving Charleston today.
The Color Palette
To achieve the Tuscan color palette, use earthy, unassuming hues such as pale terra cotta, earthy red, olive green, yellow-gray, yellow-blue, and blue-apricot. This doesn’t have to be huge pieces of color. Touches could appear in your sturdy furnishings, accessories such as candle sconces or light fixtures, and painted tiles.
Adding Window Treatments
Today’s Hunter Douglas Design Studio™ Roman Shades will add touches of the cheerful Tuscan color palette to your window. The collection in includes 320 timeless fabrics sourced from the finest mills around the world. Plus, you can choose from 73 coordinating decorative tapes and trims. In addition to manufacturing the Roman Shades to your specific sizes, Hunter Douglas also makes all of the textiles available to purchase by the yard for the ultimate in coordination for custom-made accessories.
Don’t Forget the Exterior Spaces
Tuscan homes are synonymous with outdoor living spaces. To give your home that outdoor Tuscan look, decorate your porch or patio with comfortable seating infused with the earthy Tuscan colors. Consider creating a couple of intimate areas that have traditional Italian design elements, such as arches or iron railings. Then get ready to relax amid your new surroundings. Enjoy!
Creating Old-World Charm in the Charleston SC Area
The window treatment professionals at the Shutter Guy are trained to assist you in the selection of the right treatment for YOUR windows! Our knowledgeable and experienced staff knows how to ask the right questions to ensure your new window treatments exceed your expectations. We service Charleston, SC and surrounding areas including, Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, Folly Beach, Mt Pleasant, Georgetown, Myrtle Beach, Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Awendah, Goose Creek, and the “Low Country.”