I’ve been yapping about my naked windows for the entire year that we’ve lived in this house.
If they had minds of their own, I’m sure they’d be thinking I had some sort of commitment phobia to fabric.
I definitely have a problem committing to just one fabric because there are so many dang good ones out there.
But, I am also realizing once again how very practical I tend to be about most things.
I know picking out fabric for a window treatment isn’t like choosing a spouse. For real.
But, spending money on something I’ll get tired of in two years or six weeks isn’t an option.
I learned that lesson with the colorful shower curtain that is now sitting in our linen closet.
Like every other space in our house, this eating area in the kitchen has been a true work in progress.
First, we added the family rules sign, then we added city scape art, the plank walls and the bamboo shades.
And then we went and replaced the city scape art with a new sign.
And finally, we added these old shutters we already had on hand to the side of each window!!!
Waaaaaa laaaaah…window treatment problem solved!
I am loving them! We painted them Sea Salt from Sherwin Williams.
The color is so soft and so light, but it makes all the difference on that white planked wall.
What do you think? Are window treatments hard for you to commit to?