There’s just something about using wood in my home decor that makes it feel cozier and more like a home. That is exactly what people say about my home, when they come to visit…that it feels cozy and warm.
I made some shutters and gave them that aged, distressed look, for a wall in my living room and I hung a large painting in the middle of the shutters. It looks amazing and has added so much charm to the room.
In this tutorial this gal makes a matching farmhouse window for a friend to hang in her home. I really love that idea, but I had the perfect painting to go in the center of my shutters so I went with that idea.
I may end up hanging the old window in the center, since I saw one posted on Pinterest with a wreath placed in the center of the window and really loved it.
Also, by adding shutters to an interior window is such a quick and inexpensive way to give a room character. She make these shutters for under $20 too! In my opinion, that’s really cheap window treatment, right?
Some people make individual shutters to hang on the wall with a mason jar filled with flowers attached to it and that’s also a lovely idea. So many ideas…never enough time!
Meanwhile, check out this step by step tutorial by the Daily DIYer and make yourself these great indoor shutters with a matching farmhouse window!