Whether you like your décor to have a country-style twist, prefer traditional schemes, favour a contemporary look, or simply like to include an organic element, wood is a must-have ingredient. Our window shutters come in a huge range of natural wooden finishes, and there’s a wood tone for every style of interior and every room.
The all-rounder: beautiful oak
Oak’s one of our favourite woods because it works all round the home. Our Phoenix hardwood shutters come in five oak tones to create exactly the detail you’re after. For a window treatment that won’t ever be out of style, you could opt for Golden Oak, which works in living spaces, kitchens and bedrooms.
Lovers of classic room schemes will fall for Red Oak with its rich, warming effect – it’s ideal teamed with a turned-leg sofa and footstool in the living room.
Additionally, in between brighter Golden and classic Red, we offer Oak Mantel, Medium and French, so you can match with other woods in your room or simply showcase subtle natural colour.
Traditional favourites: cherry, mahogany and teak
If you’re a fan of refined decorating schemes, adore looking at antiques, and choose plains or classic patterns when it comes to upholstery fabrics, our shutters in Medium Cherry, Red Mahogany or Old Teak should be at the top of your list. Where can you use them? They’ll all suit both living and dining spaces – especially formal, separate rooms – to a tee.
Use them for the bedroom, too, for classic hotel style. An upholstered divan impeccably dressed in white cotton, pale painted walls and neutral carpet are the other essential ingredients for quiet luxury.
Devotee of the calming minimalism of Oriental style? Shutters in Medium Cherry will continue the fuss-free lines of the room and add authenticity in a bedroom or living room.
Contemporary classics: wenge, ebony, walnut
Wood finishes can be a winner in modern decorating schemes as well. You can get the look of designers like Anouska Hempel with dark wood finishes like our Wenge, New Ebony and both Rich Walnut and Black Walnut.
Get the designer look by setting your wooden shutters off against white walls in the living room with long, low sofas and armchairs completing the contemporary look. Choose these woods, too, for kitchen-diners that have flat-fronted units with slim, modern handles or even handleless designs. Dressing bedroom windows? They’ll add to the opulence of a room featuring plain coloured bed linen, a pair of matching bedside lamps and a soft deep-pile rug in pale tones to step on to in the mornings. Luxury!
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