Full height shutters
Full height plantation shutters are one of the most popular and versatile styles of interior shutter installations. This style covers the entire height of the window or doorway, this can be from floor to ceiling or from the sill to the top of the reveal, providing complete coverage and maximum privacy control. Full height shutters are a great option for those who want a classic, clean look that complements any home decor style. They are also ideal for rooms with larger windows or doorways, as they provide a seamless, unified look.
Cafe style shutters
Café-style shutters are inspired by the charming half-shutters often seen in the windows of Parisian cafes, pastry shops, and restaurants. By bringing this style to your home, you can add a touch of European elegance while also enjoying the practical benefits of this window covering. Café-style shutters are designed to cover the bottom half of your window, leaving the top half open. This allows natural light to flood into your space while providing privacy at eye-level. They are a great option for living rooms, lounges, and dining rooms, as they allow you to control the amount of light and privacy in your space.
Tier on tier shutters
The tier on tier shutter style is a popular choice for those who want maximum flexibility and versatility in their window coverings. This style features two separate shutter panels that are stacked one on top of the other, each with its own set of louvers. This allows you to open the top and bottom panels independently, giving you greater control over the amount of light and privacy in your space. This style offers a classic, timeless aesthetic that can be customized to complement any home decor. They are especially well-suited for tall and narrow windows, as they provide excellent coverage while also allowing for maximum ventilation and natural light.
Solid panel shutters
Solid shutters are a timeless classic that can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your windows. Unlike their slatted counterparts, solid shutters feature panels that are not slatted, resulting in a more traditional look and significantly reduced light penetration, a fine choice for those who want to maintain a classic Victorian appearance for their windows. They are especially well-suited for older homes with high ceilings and grand bay windows that rise from floor to ceiling.
Tracked bi folding shutters
Tracked bi-folding shutters are an excellent option for large windows and doors, such as those found in conservatories. They can also be used to divide a room into separate spaces. The shutters are mounted on a tracking rail system at the top or bottom of the opening. This provides a secure and supportive structure to ensure that the panels operate smoothly and stack together neatly when opened. The shutter panels are interconnected through sturdy hinges, ensuring that they remain in alignment and function properly over time.
Tracked bi pass shutters
The tracked bi-pass style uses the same tracking mechanism and fixings as the tracked bi-folding Style. However, in this style, the panels slide to the side to open. This is made possible by a set of two or even three parallel tracks. When opened, the shutters typically cover half of the space and do not protrude into the room, making them an excellent choice for smaller areas. With their sleek and space-saving design, the Tracked Bi-Pass Style shutters offer both functionality and style to any home or office.
French cut shutters
When it comes to choosing coverings for French doors, our dedicated shutters are by far the most stylish and functional solution. With their elegant design, French door shutters offer a number of benefits that make them an excellent choice for any home and they can be fitted to work with all existing protrusions such as door handles and locks.
Some windows may require a more tailored solution, especially if they have unique shapes or sizes, and our special-shaped shutters can be customized to fit any window perfectly. Whether you have an arched window in your living room, a circular one in your bathroom, a triangular window in your attic or a hexagonal or octagonal window in your bedroom, our custom special-shaped shutters can provide the perfect solution for your needs.
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Shutters with integrated blackout blinds
The slated shutters alone are unable to provide complete darkness by fully blocking out light. However, with the new design of our blackout plantation shutters, you can now achieve complete darkness in your room. Featuring a mix of a blind system and louvered shutters, they allow you to completely black out the space, thanks to the special frame that allows an integrated blackout honeycomb blind to fit inside the shutter frame, providing the perfect combination of style and functionality.