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Internal Timber Shutters – Plantation Shutters

Internal Timber Shutters – Plantation Shutters

Named after the popular design of shutters found on American plantations – Plantation Shutters deliver a classical and elegant look to the decor of both modern and older homes. Plantation shutters were originally designed as an external window covering for the hot climate. But nowadays they are more frequently used inside the home because they offer an elegant alternative to curtains or blinds with great versatility in light, ventilation and privacy.
High quality fixings for durability The finest eco-friendly wood Individually handcrafted Available in a wide range of colours
High quality fixings for durability The finest eco-friendly wood Individually handcrafted Available in a wide range of colours

Wooden shutters

Wooden shutters are made by hinging a number of panels together to enable them to fold back. Control of the louvers (oval shaped slats) between each panel can be done by an elongated rod, connecting each louver, allowing for unison adjustment of each set of louvers. Modern Louvers come in a variety of sizes - with the following being amongst the most typical sizes: 32mm, 48mm, 66 mm and 89 mm.

Plantation shutters

Plantation shutters can come in a variety of styles such as café style (A single shutter set will cover only a portion of the window opening), full height (A single shutter set will cover the entire height) and tier on tier (Two shutter sets will cover the entire height of the window opening).

Interior Shutters

Can be customized to suit your tastes with different colours and stains for an individual look. However when choosing a stain for your shutters keep in mind that over time the stain will darken slightly. Plantation shutters were originally made in wood but now there are a number of alternatives to suit your budget. These include various woods such as Poplar and Cedar.

High quality wooden shutters

A beautiful solution for every room in your home that will keep you warm in winter and cool in summer. Let us help you create stunning rooms in your home to suit your individual needs. Whether you want to create an opulent dining room or a chic lounge, high quality wooden window shutters will add timeless beauty and practicality to any area in your home.

One more benefit of Wood Shutters - Noise Insulation

People are increasingly fitting wood shutters, not just for decoration purposes but also for noise insulation, especially if their windows face busy roads. Wood Shutters give you control of light, exceptional privacy, thermal insulation and noise insulation / soundproofing - while also decorating and adding value to your home. An unbeatable combination of benefits. - Providing you with information, advice and conservatory quote requests.

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