As part of a spring plan to give my house a much needed makeover, I decided to get rid of the shutters that sit in front of the windows. Every day while being in my home, I would see the shutters just sitting there, and I didn’t really care for them. So I took the shutters down and had them destroyed because I didn’t want them anymore. Had I been thinking, I would have sold them for money. After a month, I wanted the shutters back. Without the plantation shutters, the window looked so barren. I added curtains, but they just didn’t look right.

This isn’t the first time I’ve gone back on a home improvement decision. Once I painted all of the rooms in my home a light blue color, but decided that the blue made everything look like a child’s bedroom, so I reverted back to an egg shell color. This was especially annoying since I did all of the painting on my own. I once changed the tile in one of the bathrooms and then decided that I didn’t like the pattern and had replacement tile that resembled the old tile put in place. I’m not much of a decisive person.

Since the shutters had been destroyed, I had to buy new ones for the windows. I already knew of a good shutter company and told them about my needs. It didn’t take long for them to come over and put the shutters on the windows. Once the shutters were back, the window looked complete again. Everything in the room just seemed to come together when the shutters were there. I’ll try to hold off on making any more home improvement decisions until I’m absolutely shure that I’m ready. It will save me more time and money in the long run.

I Had to Get Them Back