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This gallery will make you believe that anything’s possible. It’s packed with homespun inspiration from our happy (and proud) customers.
Wide dining room french door shutters.
This Wandsworth dining room has installed Pure White Hardwood Shutters infront of their french doors. The removal of the front pushrods means these shutters can easily push back to reveal the doors clearly and easily. In addition by adding T-posts between the 2 outer panels and the 4 inner panels, the window has been given far greater stability and allowed this incredible wide window to have shutters safely the entire way across. The arched window at the top of the french doors has been left open, however California Shutters are able to provide arched shaped shutters if required.
Pure White finished shutters with 64mm slats in a bay window.
This Hove home has transformed their office from a bland room into this deep blue design with bright contrasting white shutters. White shutters tend to draw more light into the room due to reflecting more light, this is perfect for rooms you want to take as much light into as possible with only one window. By outside mounting the frames they have completely filled the bay window to give a fabulous finished look to the whole area.
Subtle bright white shutters inside mounted to recess.
The pure white shutters in this image have been installed using an inside mount to the recesses in this flat in Epsom, Surrey. Many flats and modern build houses have recessed windows allowing for very simple shutter installation and not needing to protrude from the wall. The shutters have been designed with a midrail approximately two thirds up the window, this allows for the top group of slats to be moved independently from the lower section - allowing greater control of the light in the room.
Bay window shutters and half solid raised in Pure White.
This house in central London has contrasted bright whites with dark shades, this bedroom gives the impression of far more light being let into the room. The three section bay window is a perfect location to add in these full height shutters, while white and bright shutters draw added light into the room and reflect more to give airy atmospheres. These shutters are constructed from smooth poplar wood and finished in bright white colouring with a central pushrod.
These 64mm cafe style shutters have been installed to a child's playroom. Perfect for keeping privacy, yet allowing plenty of natural light - so ideal for chidren to play and create a happy environment. Shutters are often an ideal choice for playrooms as they are quick and easy to clean, plus are incredibly safe around young children. The shutters themselves are constructed out of poplar wood and finished in a custom shade, Farrow and Ball Skylight.
Café style shutters in the dining area of this modern kitchen
This home in Norfolk knocked through a central wall to create a large kitchen/dining area. The dining area at the front of the house has used café style shutters. Café style shutters are often used on house fronts as they allow maximum light to enter the room, while keeping privacy from any passers by. These have been constructed with Hardwood and finished in Alabaster paint to give a smooth modern finish. By concealing the pushrod the appearance is even more minimal, matching to the general theme of the room.
Lounge café style shutters finished in an off white paint.
Boxed bay windows are perfect for shutters. They typically have a small recess so can either be outside or inside mounted, in this case they are outside mounted. Their appearance is favoured by many homes in Sussex, typically being built with bay or boxed bay windows in old Victorian houses. This lounge has finished the shutters in a soft, Silk White colour blending perfectly with the subtle tones of the room. A nautical atmosphere has been created using light blues and whites - again, sought after by those on the South Coast of England.
89mm louvered shutters painted in a custom shade.
This Victorian house in the suburbs of London has been completely redone using subtle shades and minimal rooms looking for a more modern appearance. The shutters here, bought from California Shutters, have had a custom colour matched by our paint experts. The yellow colour gives a very summery look to the room and helps to add a burst of colour to the otherwise greyscale lounge. Using central midrails in combination with 89mm slats the tall shutters have kept their traditional shutter look.
Hardwood shutters in an arch, as seen from the outside.
Arch window treatments can be difficult to choose and shutters may look difficult to measure for but realistically they are very simple if you follow our easy DIY video instructions. Zac from Brighton commented, "being apprehensive on damaging the windows in our new home we were worried about messing up the installation, the youtube video put our mind at rest and made the whole thing seem simple."
There are several designs of arched shutters that you can go for, the windows in this Victorian home have been installed with a sunburst design - taking its name from the appearance of a sun with beams of light protruding. The shutters have been constructed out of Hardwood, our most popular range due to the smooth finish. Finished off in an Ivory paint, these look great seated in the sash windows.
Please note a £150 surcharge applied to custom shapes.
Luxurious dark stained teak shutters with 64mm slats
This seafront property in Worthing, East Sussex, has used dark stained shutters to contrast the otherwise bright look of the room. By doing this the focal point of the lounge becomes the shutters and any extras put in, in this case the cushions and rug. The tall windows are perfect for these outside mounted full height shutters, giving a large striking appearance. Also by using a central midrail the shutters have kept that desirable traditional feel that so many people in Britain seek for their period houses - it certainly suits the white painted flooring in this room.
Dark stained shutters with large slats covering an external door.
Fitting with the wooden theme of this room, these dark stained shutters are perfectly suited. The installation is split into three separate frames so as to match the irregular window shapes in this modern new build home. Additional to this the shutters' ability to bifold allows them to easily be folded back and not protruding into the room too much. Many people never fold back their shutters and simply tilt the slats, obviously when designing your shutter door installation this is something that must be thoroughly thought out.
Custom coloured full height shutters in a child's bedroom.
Plantation shutters are great for children's bedrooms, giving the ability to fully control light and especially for those with early bedtimes! This shutter has fitted narrow panels and central pushrods to create a busy, yet traditional look. This look is favoured by many wanting to keep their child's room looking quaint. The shutters have been outside mounted to the sash windows in this bay. Sash windows, found commonly in older homes, are perfect for plantation shutters as long as they are fitted taking care of the mechanisms. Please note 10% surcharge applies to custom colours.