Off White, Eggshell, Ivory & Cream
White can sometimes be too bright or too cool. This is where off white comes in. Shades of eggshell, ivory, and cream are a toned down version of white and can work with a variety of decorating styles and in almost any room. Off white window coverings easily harmonize with the contents of bathrooms, bedrooms, and dens.
Off White is a Classic Fit in Bathrooms
Bathrooms are a classic place for off white window coverings. They are crisp and clean but off white hues help keep the bathroom warm and spa-like. For instance, Classic Plantation Shutters in cream let in light while protecting your privacy when covering a window over a tub. Or, Louverwood Poly Shutters are gorgeous in a bathroom in an ivory tone and they stand up extremely well to the heat and humidity.
Neutral Accent in The Bedroom
Off White window coverings are gorgeous in a bedroom because they are neutral and can provide the perfect accent to the colors of your wall paint, upholstery, or even wall paper. For instance, vanilla colored Louverwood Poly Shutters look adorable against candy pink walls in a little girl’s room. Or Hunter Douglas Parkland Classics Blinds in beige are perfect in a brightly painted eclectic bedroom.
Off White; A little Warmer for Dens
Off white is great for a den because unlike true white, off white shades tend to be warmer. We want our dens to be cozy havens from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the home, so off white window coverings are just right. For example, Hunter Douglas Duette Honeycomb Shades in oatmeal give a den a warm and welcoming feel. Hunter Douglas Nantucket Ultraglide Window Shadings in café au lait are perfect for a casual, contemporary den.