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This collection from our shutter portfolio shows you just how versatile our shutters can be. They’ll match any interior beautifully – whatever your interior style.
64mm Grained Hardwood shutters with central pushrods
This country-living style room has been fitted with cafe style shutters. In keeping with its period design the design has been left with their central pushrods to give a classic appearance. Additionally leaving the shutters in their natural state and staining the grained Ash Wood gives an age-old appearance, typical of older properties.
89mm slat full height shutters with a hidden rod design
These full height hardwood shutters have been finished in a custom red to compliment the design of the room. To keep in theme with the contemporary aesthetics of the room, the pushrod has been removed to give a clean and modern appearance. We offer this open sky appearance at no extra charge. If you are considering going for coloured shutters you may want to check out our California Collection of exclusive paint colours.
Custom paint shutters with 64mm Slats
These full height shutters are painted in a custom blue to contrast the white walls, this ensures they become the focal point of the room. 64mm slats with central pushrods give these shutters a strong traditional look while the hardwood material leaves a smooth modern finish for this room. Plantation shutters are great for rooms and offices with South facing windows as they allow for full light control throughout the day. Look at our California Collection of exclusive paints for further inspiration.
89mm tier on tier shutters in a period bedroom.
Sold raised full height shutters with tall panels
These full height panels have been constructed with incredibly tall panels. While we would not often recommend this, being solid they have additional structural benefits & the narrow panels help to give less pressure on the hinges. Bay windows look fantastic with shutters, in this case the solid panels revisit how the original windows would have looked in their original construction.
64mm hardwood shutters with pushrods removed
This child's bedroom has been fitted with our poplar smooth hardwood shutters. Wooden shutters are often a good choice for a child's bedroom as light can be adjusted for those essential early nights at a younger age, to reducing glare at homework time as they age! These shutters have had their central pushrods removed for a more modern look, the mechanism is instead attached by a hidden steel rod behind the shutter panels.
Full height raised hardwood shutters
Solid shutters are an obvious choice for a young child's room; the ability to block so much light gives a clear advantage over many other window dressing - including louvred shutters. The ability to block so much light early in the day is essential to give children the necessary rest they need. These solid shutters have the 'raised' solid design.
Perfectly flowing room with tall 89mm shutters
These tall shutters have been fitted over a french door in this perfectly flowing deep blue room. As these doors are recessed the shutters were able to sit at the front, giving plenty of room for any door handles. When designing your own room's shutters you must keep in mind any protrusions from the windows/doors to ensure your louvres can operate fully.
Natural wood stained shutters in tier on tier style
This bay window has used Grained pure wood shutters finished in a natural stain to contrast the mainly white design. Using concealed pushrods alongside 89mm slats these shutters give a clean, modern finish to this room. Tier on tier shutters are beneficial for many ground floor rooms as the top panels can be folded back while the lower panels are kept closed - perfect to keep any prying eyes out of rooms in the front of the house.
Central pushrods on 64mm poplar shutters
The hardwood shutters in this room give a great clean appearance for this reading area. By using a darker colour than the rest of the colour scheme the shutters appear more visible to the eye and create a more focal point in the room. Visit our California Collection of Smooth Hardwood shutters for further inspiration.
64mm white louvered shutters with central pushrods
Creating a calming look for this room, white shutters have been used to blend with other subtle shades. 64mm slats and a traditional push rod have been used to give a real country feel to this room. An outside mount installation has been used for these sash windows, commonly found in Victorian and period housing. To better understand the mounting of your shutters take a look at our intensive measuring guides and explanatory videos.
Tier on tier shutters in a bay window finished in a custom shade
This bedroom uses tier on tier shutters to give full light control for the room. The shutters consist of 64mm slats with central pushrods and are finished in a custom yellow shade. The vibrant yellow used draws bright light into the room and gives a real summery feel, perfect for those days it may not be quite so summery outside! Check out our California Collection of exclusive paint colours for great inspiration.