You should not underestimate the effect that a coloured roller shutter has on the interior when it comes to colour schemes. Similar to the wall design, the style of your furniture or the colour of the carpet, a colourful roller shutter profile can add an accent to the room. Light tones, such as yellow and orange, for example, radiate freshness and vitality, which is further enhanced by light falling through individual slats.
In addition, these colours are intended to encourage thinking and creativity, which is why they are ideal for the roller shutters in children's rooms or studies. On the other hand, windows with roller shutters in bright white open up the room and make it appear higher and wider.
Then again, green has a calming effect and also a very natural look. Especially in combination with furniture made from light wood, this can look very modern and fresh.
Typically, green can therefore work well on roller shutters in bedrooms, as can all light shades of blue. However, we should be careful with dark colours, such as brown, as they create strong contrasts and can quickly appear cold and unwelcoming.
However, you do not have to worry about your home getting overheated even with dark roller shutters, since the closed aluminium roller shutter curtain always keeps the heat out, regardless of the colour.