To solve this dilemma, a few shutter manufacturers offer faux wood blinds available in colors which coordinate with their poly or wood shutters. As such, these faux wood blinds and can be used in areas that shutters might not be preferred - such as bathrooms, over kitchen sinks, kid’s playrooms and other humid or hot environments. These color coordinated faux wood blinds are also perfect for garages, attics and outbuildings. Poly faux wood blinds are generally made from 100% PVC but have the look of wood combined with the durability, ease of maintenance and wash-ability of PVC. Color coordinated faux wood blinds provide an inexpensive alternate to shutters on some windows for which a shutter would be unnecessary or undesirable.
Of course, we would love to help you color coordinate your wood or faux wood blind project with your shutter project. Also, for a rough idea of what your project might cost, check out our online wood and faux wood blind calculator.