Choosing the right shutter color for your house can be as exciting as it is daunting. With The Shutter Store's broad range of hues, from crisp whites to elegant creams, versatile greys, and classic natural wood stains, you're sure to find the perfect match for your home. While personal taste is always key, we're here to guide you through the best shutter colors for different house styles and colors. But there’s something we need to talk about first.
Which Shutter Style is Best for My House?
Before diving into colors, let's consider the different plantation shutter styles. Whether your home is modern, traditional, or somewhere in between, we’ve got styles to complement every type of architecture. Think about what you want your shutters to achieve – is it a pop of the “wow factor”, a classic touch, or a modern twist? Choosing the right style sets the stage for the color that will bring out the best in your home. Here are your options:
Full Height Shutters
Offering complete window coverage, Full Height Shutters provide excellent privacy and light control, making them ideal for any room in the home.
Café Style Shutters
Café Style Shutters cover only the bottom half of your windows, allowing natural light to enter while maintaining privacy at eye level. Perfect for street-facing windows.
These shutters offer the ultimate in flexibility, with independently opening top and bottom panels that allow for full light and view, complete privacy, or a mix of both.
Solid Raised Shutters
Solid Raised Shutters, with their all-wood design, not only add a traditional, elegant look to your windows but also provide excellent insulation and noise reduction.
Which Shutter Color is Best for My House?
Now, let's get to the fun part – colors! Well, the other fun part. Below, we’ve got some of our suggestions for the most common house colors. But don’t forget, if you’re ever struggling to decide or want some advice, you can always order some free samples.
Shutter Colors for Brown Houses
Enhance the warm, earthy tones of a brown house with shutters in light natural wood stains for a harmonious look. For a more striking contrast, dark grey shutters can add depth and definition to your home’s appearance.
Shutter Colors for Beige Houses
Beige homes provide a beautiful backdrop for versatility. Cream shutters can offer a subtle, refined look, while dark grey shutters create a visually arresting contrast without overwhelming the softness of the beige.
Shutter Colors for White Houses
White homes are a classic, and with shutters, you’re free to really play with contrast. Dark natural wood stains or dark grey shutters can create an elegant and timeless contrast. If you prefer a more monochromatic look, white or light grey shutters can give a clean, cohesive appearance.
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