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Nature Coast Shutters & Window Treatments

4910 West Knollwood Street, Tampa, FL 33634
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Business Description

Nature Coast Shutters & Window Treatments is a family-owned and operated business that has been operating in Tampa since 1963. It provides high-quality products, such as natural wood plantation shutters and modern composites. These can be customized to fit a wide variety of windows and can serve as a long-lasting fixture. Nature Coast Shutters & Window Treatments is committed to providing products that are easy to maintain and can be added with an extra layer of insulation.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What are some ways to drape a scarf window treatment?

A scarf curtain, also known as swag scarf curtain, can be draped with:

  • Curtain rods
  • Brackets
  • Loops
  • Hooks
  • Finials
  • Sconces
A scarf can have one drape across the length of the window or multiple drapes. Scarves can be layered and have symmetrical or asymmetrical side lengths.

What are some ways to darken a room with window treatments?

Awnings, curtain liners, and privacy film help to reduce light. You can also layer window treatments, such as pairing blinds or shades with curtains and drapes. Cellular, roller, and Roman shades darken rooms very well. Black-out curtains and shades block the most light.

How do you measure for window treatments?

With curtains and drapes, measure six inches (15 centimeters) or more on both sides past the edge of the jamb. For inside-mounted blinds and shades, measure the window trim dimensions, from inside trim to inside trim. When using outside mounted treatments, measure the area you want them to cover.

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