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A Dream Home for Retirement

A Dream Home for Retirement

Our client and his wife decided to gift themselves a dream home for retirement! After the interior was completed they decided they wanted to finish the exterior of the home. Changing the exterior can be both exciting and exhausting. It is the very first thing that...

Designing Your Exterior Around Neutrals

Designing Your Exterior Around Neutrals

Can you make your home stand out with a neutral color palette? Often we see homes in a neutral color tone. Why is that? Neutrals typically serve a purpose to be the backdrop for more bold colors and textures, a method used so no colors are over-powering each other....

Enhance Curb Appeal

Enhance Curb Appeal

When our clients bought their house, they already knew they were going to be renovating the inside. They wanted the outside to be just as stunning.  They knew they could enhance curb appeal with functional looking shutters. Therefore, adding exterior shutters were on...

Creating an Outdoor Living Area

Creating an Outdoor Living Area

One of the hot topics of conversation about the pandemic has been how people view their homes.  People went from working at offices and going out on evenings and weekends, to spending almost all our time at home.  As a result, people started thinking about what they...

Improve your outdoor space with Bahama porch shutters

Improve your outdoor space with Bahama porch shutters

Do you wish you could hang out on your porch more often, but you are so close to the neighbors you feel like you have no privacy? Or does the sun beat down so strongly, that you can’t enjoy your porch during the summertime?  You can improve your outdoor space with...

One House, Different Shutters

One House, Different Shutters

It's true! You can have one house with different shutters. A fun fact about shutters is that way back when a lot of the old homes that you find today in Charleston, Virginia, New England, had raised panel, lower shutters and louvered upper shutters on Windows. It was...