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Side stepping from architectural and interior design centered around making spaces feel light and airy, is the uniqueness of utilizing darkness to contrast and draw visual intrigue to certain elements of the home. From black walls, to dark furnishings, to black window shutters – utilizing dark colours and textures to enhance the overall aesthetic of your home - when done well - can enhance your home’s curb appeal and overall visual intrigue.



If your utility bills are through the roof, you’ll probably want to consider ways in which to cut costs in your home. Reducing energy consumption is one sure-fire way to cut down on costs. One great way to reduce energy consumption is by installing interior window shutters.



While we specialize in interior and exterior window shutters, we also provide alternate window treatments for those who want a different look for their home. Here are a few of the alternate window treatment options we provide.



 



California Shutters in Toronto is highly experienced in the manufacturing of both interior and exterior window shutters in Toronto and across the GTA. Offering multiple options and customizable design, California Shutters in Toronto is capable of accommodating budget while still ensuring you maximize your home’s potential for curb appeal through high-quality window shutters.



 



Give the Original California Shutters a call today and make a memorable first impression of your home!



Windows are an important aspect of a home’s construction. Windows offer an openness and brightness to a space, serving to enhance the interior and exterior design of a home. However, most people probably would never consider the historical underpinnings of the modern-day window, or California Shutters in Toronto. Despite maybe not seeming to be the most interesting of topics, the origins of the modern-day window shutter are actually more interesting than initially considered (if considered at all). Rather, the development of today’s window shutter is largely a reflection of the changes in hundreds of years of human development and construction. From Ancient Greece, to the Tudor Era, to the plantations of the American South, the history of the window shutter is rich and are indicative of the grander shifts of people, places, and climates of the past.



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