Sash Window Shutters

Coming in a variety of styles, from full height, to café, to tier-on-tier, there truly is a shutter for every sash.

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Why should I choose shutters for my sash windows?

Besides looking fantastic, shutter blinds have several advantages over other window dressings. Whether it’s privacy, light management, heat retention, noise reduction, or acting as a deterrent to would be intruders, we’re sure you will love everything that sash window shutters have to offer.

Save costs with affordable DIY shutters for sash windows

There are lots of measure and install companies out there, so why opt for the DIY shutters option? Well, we're glad you asked. Measuring and installing wood shutters for sash windows is much easier than you might think, and you can save a few pennies in the process too.


In fact, you could save up to 40% on the price of shutters by measuring and installing your own sash window shutters.

Plantation shutter styles for sash windows

When choosing wooden shutters for sash windows you should always consider your window and specific needs. If you have short sash windows, we suggest full height shutters.


For taller sashes you will have a few more options (think Georgian or Victorian sash window shutters). Full height is still a great choice, but why not mix it up with Tier-on-tier shutters? These give you separate panel control, so you can hinge open the top and bottom sections independently.


If you think you can do without the top half, then café style shutters for sash windows are another great option. These normally go halfway up the window, meaning you have the privacy afforded by shutters, while still allowing plenty of light to shine through.


Truly though, there is no correct style when it comes to DIY internal shutters for sash windows. So, no matter your choice, you’re sure to find the right style for you.

A modern neutral dining room with Cream cafe style wooden shutters

Berkeley Cafe Style shutters in Cream

What's the most popular design for sash window shutters?

As already mentioned, shutters for sash windows can come just as you like, whether it’s full height, café style, or tier on tier. And while we service all kinds of requests, there are some design choices that we see more often than others.


Our most popular colours are our different shades of white shutters, with full height shutters being the most common style.

Window shutters for period homes

While sash windows are common in modern homes, they’re ubiquitous in period properties. Victorian sash window shutters are a great addition to any traditional space, as are Georgian sash window shutters.


While contemporary white shutters look great in any home, an old property will be enhanced by our limewash shutters. With their distinctive grained look, they offer the perfect finish for a more rustic or traditional homestead.


When considering sash window shutter ideas in a period property, there are plenty of colour options too. As already mentioned, white is a great choice for contemporary homes, but you can't go wrong with white shutters in an old home either.


We also offer a series of darker greys which lend themselves to a more heritage style. If you want to go a step further, why not consider either our limewash or wood stained finishes?

Fitting shutters to sash window

If this is your first-time fitting shutters, then you might think this is a complex undertaking. Lucky for you, installing shutters is super straightforward.


The only equipment needed for fitting our shutters is a drill, a hammer, a spirit level, and a screwdriver. All our shutters come with pre-drilled holes too, so you don’t even have to worry about drilling your own. Just like measuring, we have easy to follow installation guides for you to follow.

How much do sash window shutters cost?

So, now that you're ready to get the ball rolling, all you need to do is select your desired style, material, and enter your measurements into our calculator to receive your free quick. So, let’s start your shutter journey today!

How DIY shutters work

Ready to add some sophistication to your space? Here's how to get the look for less.

Step 1 Measure


Grab a tape measure and get started with our easy guides.

Step 2 Configure


Got your measurements? Now it's time to customise.

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Step 3 Install


You'll be amazed by how easy it is to fit your new shutters.

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