Why choose custom wood shutters for your windows?
If you’re looking to find top quality wood shutters for sale, you’re in the right place. Naturally beautiful, real wooden shutters will add character and warmth to any room. Interior wood shutters are timeless and versatile, they’re perfect for complementing both traditional and contemporary styles. You can choose a stain that lets the natural characteristics of your wooden shutters shine through or go for painted wooden shutters to complement your décor. We offer three types of natural wood shutters for inside your windows; Classic Poplar Hardwood, Premium Elm and American Poplar Hardwood. You may notice that we don’t offer cedar window shutters, we prefer our range of materials because they combine beauty and durability for interior shutters. Our wooden shutters are 100% solid, never hollow or composite, to withstand the test of time. Poplar wood offers a smooth finish, while Elm offers a deep, textured grain for a more rustic look.
What type of wood is best for internal shutters?
Classic shutters made from Poplar Hardwood are solid wood with a smooth finish. Our best-selling range, they’re a versatile choice as they come in 10 paint colors and 9 stain colors. Alternatively, you can opt for an unfinished set, and they’ll be ready for you to paint or stain yourself. This range has the largest variety of shutter frame styles and frame sizes available. A great choice for solid panels and special shapes, we can accommodate special requests such as color matching and fixed louvers.
Premium Elm Hardwood
Premium Elm Hardwood shutters are the perfect choice for a more rustic shutter style. This shutter range has a deep wood grain and textured surface. The natural appearance of this wood looks great with traditional or farmhouse style décor. Available in the same color, frame and slat size options as our Classic Poplar Hardwood range, the Premium Elm Hardwood is also a versatile range.
American Hardwood Shutters are proudly American-made, with this range crafted from solid poplar hardwood in our California facility. The biggest difference between this and the Classic Poplar Hardwood range is where they’re made and the manufacturing time. The American Hardwood is ready to ship in about 3-4 weeks, cutting out transit time, but this range isn’t available for tier on tier style, special shapes or custom color matching like the other wooden ranges are.
What styles of shutter are available in solid wood?
Choose from our range of indoor shutter styles, whether you’d like solid wooden panels ideal for full height shutters, or wooden louvered café style shutters, each type looks stunning when crafted from our range of natural wooden materials. As shades and appearance can vary on your screens, we encourage you to request some free shutter samples because we want you to find the perfect match for your windows.
Custom made-to-measure wooden interior shutters
Whatever the shape and size of your window, our wooden shutters are built to fit them exactly. Whether you’ve got bay windows that are a challenge to cover, portholes, arches or triangular windows, we craft our wooden shutters to your window measurements. Once finished, we’ll deliver them to your door, along with all the parts you need to install the shutters. Once your set of DIY wooden shutters arrives, you can follow our easy-to-follow instructions to install them (you can see how to do this with our comprehensive shutter installation videos)
You can choose hardwood shutters for your home and rest assured that we do everything we can to minimize the impact to the environment. Our wooden shutter range is built from timber that’s sourced from well-managed forests. We handle all waste responsibly, recycling as much of our packaging as possible. As usual, our imported ranges are shipped by sea, helping to reduce emissions, and our American Hardwood range is crafted and delivered directly to your door, reducing road miles to depots, warehouses and shops.
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We also offer an affordable Polywood and Fauxwood range ideal for steamy or damp locations like bathrooms.
Common questions answered
Are wood shutters better than vinyl?
A great deal depends on the look you want to achieve and where your shutters are going. In kitchens and bathrooms, for example, a waterproof vinyl may be a better option, while in living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms, beautiful wooden shutters can add a touch of class.
Do wood shutters warp?
Wooden shutters that are built from high quality timber and crafted using premium coating will withstand high heat and direct sunlight without warping. Find out more by reading our ‘Ask Yasmeen’ blog.
Which wood is best for shutters?
Poplar wood is best for custom color matching, special shapes, and for a smooth texture that is low maintenance and easy to clean.
Elm wood is best for visible wood grain and texture creating a more rustic, traditional look and feel.
Look at our gallery to see wooden shutters in all kinds of stains and finishes or shop for wooden shutters.