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This collection from our plantation shutter portfolio shows you just how versatile our shutters can be. They’ll match any home beautifully – whatever your interior style may be.
Custom paint plantation shutters with 2 1/2" Slats
These full height shutters are painted in a custom blue shade to contrast the white walls, this ensures they become the focal point of the room. 2 1/2" slats with central pushrods give these shutters a strong traditional look while the poplar 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. Please note 20% surcharge applies to custom colors.
Natural wood stained shutters in tier on tier style
This bay window has used natural wood shutters to contrast in the mainly white design. Using a concealed pushrods alongside 3 1/2" 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 2 1/2" poplar shutters
The poplar 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. Please note 20% surcharge applies to custom colors.
2 1/2" white louvered shutters with central pushrods
Creating a calming look for this room, white shutters have been used to blend with other neutral subtle shades. 2 1/2" 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 older houses.. To better understand the mounting of your shutters take a look at our intensive measuring guides and explanatory videos.
Half solid raised shutters with 3 1/2" slats
This kitchen, in a house situated in Charlotte has used a half solid raised shutter style to create a door effect leading out to the back garden. The 3 1/2" slats have given it a very large open appearance, great for tall or wide shutters. By matching the shutters to the rest of the kitchen a very blended and fitted look is created.
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 2 1/2" 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! Please note 20% surcharge applies to custom colors.
Full height bay window shutters for a lounge
Silk white shutters have been installed to this lounge bay window in Carmel. The colouring perfectly compliments the shades of the walls and radiator, making for a perfect blend of color in this south facing lounge. The shutters themselves are constructed with poplar wood and have used 3 1/2" with visible pushrods, making for a very traditional look.
Polyvinyl shutters for a bathroom with wide slats
This West ern Pacific home has used a monochrome theme in this downstairs bathroom. The sink area has used white shutters with 3 1/2" louvers. By using an open sky look, that is concealing the push rod behind the panel, this shutter allows the maximum amount of light in and also appears as 'decluttered' as possible. Many bathrooms use this design alongside polyvinyl shutters to give maximum protection from water damage.
Full height shutters with 3 1/2" slats for doors and windows
The central doors in this picture have used two midrails to increase the stability of the very tall shutters. This also means the slats are seperated into three groups, perfect for controlling light and privacy individually. The midrails have been positioned to match the rails of the window shutters next to the door, a very well thought out design. The installation is constructed of poplar with 3 1/2" slats and finished in a custom shade of blue. Please note 20% surcharge applies to custom colors.
3 1/2" slat shutters with central pushrods as lounge doors
By using a subtle yellow shade this lounge creates a sunny atmosphere as the light reflects off these planation shutters. Light colors help to create a more airy atmosphere in the room and are favoured by many for lounges and bedrooms. In this case the shutter has been created out of poplar wood and fitted with 3 1/2" slats and a front push rod, giving it a very traditional feel. Poplar is the most commonly used wood type for doors due to its great versatility and finish.
Wide slat plantation shutters with a custom red shade
This kitchen has used bright modern looking colours in fusion with a traditional looking theme to create a very unique appearance. The wooden shutters installed in this bay have perfectly matched this theme by using a bright custom shade in conjunction with visible central pushrods, kept on more traditional looking shutters. Where these shutters have had a full height installation, both tier on tier and cafe style would have been viable options. Please note 20% surcharge applies to custom colors.
Modern looking shutters with 3 1/2" slats finished with custom painted edging
These vinyl shutters have been installed to this bathroom with 3 1/2" slats and concealed pushrods. Vinyl shutters are favoured by many for bathrooms as they are not affected by direct contact with water which some woods can be. Custom colors are not available on polyvinyl shutters.