These bi-fold shutters are combined with a vertical panel shade. Combining window blinds, shades and shutters with curtains, drapes, curtain panels or valances is a great way to make the window look larger, add design interest to the space or make the window space a focal point in the room. Look through our other Projects with curtains, drapes, etc., to get more home decorating ideas. Windows Dressed Up!!!

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Photo: Bi-fold door shutters. Lafayette Interior Fashions Woodland Harvest.

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Vinita Kunnath added this to Have a Bad View? 7 Window Treatments to Improve It19 November 2019

Here’s how you can combine one or more of these ideas:These bi-fold shutters are combined with a panel shade that blocks the view out in the bottom three-fourths of the window.

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aswini_ks added this to aswini_ks' ideas13 December 2019

nice idea to avoid unpleasant views

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