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Walls, Windows & Floors: Indoor Shutters

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Walls, Windows & Floors: Indoor Shutters

Julie Carlson October 13, 2009

Not a fan of curtains or shades? We like the way painted (and unpainted) shutters filter the light in unexpected ways. For sourcing ideas, see Walls, Windows & Floors: Black Interior Shutters, featuring Smith & Noble products.

Above: A bedroom from the portfolio of Peter Margonelli.

Above: A bath in the UK via Light Locations.

Above: A house in Pasadena by designer Madeline Stuart.

Above: Shutters painted gray, via Jane Cumberbatch's Pure Style.

Above: Wooden shutters in Washington, DC-based Darryl Carter's townhouse, via Point Click Home.

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