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    This is our old house in Sydney that we sold. The shutters are on the upstairs windows and you can’t even notice them unless they’re closed. I don’t think they look bad at all. IMG_4498.jpgIMG_4499.jpg

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    Thanks ladies!

    Sounds like the roller shutter is the way to go for complete darkness.


 

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