The ever increasingly popular plantation window shutter is perfect for all manner of windows, from Victorian/Edwardian sashes to large crittal patio doors. They come in a huge variety of shades including popular whites and off whites – to the more impactful bright colours of anthracites.
The slats are available in various depths to suit the size of the window, and the material used to create the shutter can also be varied depending on it’s environment. For example, when using shutters for a bay window, we use engineered wood that is lighter and puts less strain on the brackets, and for bathrooms we use waterproof materials than mean the slats will now bow or bubble due to moisture.
You can choose the orientation of the shutters, which way they fold, and how many folds each panel has. The control option is usually a central tilt rod however you can also have this removed so manual tilting of one slat, tilts all slats.
Shutters can even be shaped to triangle tops or arches so is perfect for those awkward shaped windows. Easy maintenance and always offering a classical clean look, they are increasingly popular.