Shutters are the ideal window treatment for a living room, not least because they look beautiful in any style of home. With window shutters, you can turn your living room from ordinary to extraordinary in just a few hours.
Bespoke colour shutters
There are many ways to make lounge shutters work with your interior design. Our bespoke colour shutters mean you can easily complement your décor or create a bold contrast. If uniformity is more your style, our colour matched shutters can be made to match your lounge walls, woodwork, or even your accent furniture.
Control the light
One of the biggest advantages of lounge shutters is that they give you complete control of the light. You can close them completely to make your room snug, or open them fully to let in the sunshine. With plantation shutters you also have the option to adjust the slats to bring in a lower level of light for a more relaxed mood. Tier on tier
shutters give you even more flexibility, allowing you to open the top and bottom halves independently to ensure both light and privacy as needed.
A good level of privacy is important in any lounge, especially if you live on a busy street. Many modern window treatments like curtains or blinds only provide privacy when they’re completely closed. With plantation shutters however, you get the best of both worlds. Just slant the slats for privacy, and enjoy natural light at the same time.
All in all, you’ll go a long way to find a more flexible and stylish window treatment for a living room.
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Common questions answered
Will shutters work on my lounge bay window?
Shutters work really well in a bay window. They offer privacy, security and style while showing off the natural shape of the bay. Take a look at our bay window shutters page
to see how they could transform your lounge.
Do you have any ideas for large windows in a lounge?
Finding modern window treatments for a large window isn’t easy. With shutters, you can be completely flexible. You can have smaller panels if you want to fold them back, or wider panels if you want to leave your shutters in place. You can also add a mid rail, or choose tier on tier shutters to get different levels of light.
For more ideas, take a look at our gallery