Inside Mount Shutters
Inside Mount applies to windows which have a window recess.
To check if this applies to you, click to read the Inside mount 1. There are 2 ways of installing inside mount shutters – either tight up to the window, inside the recess or at the front of the recess, flush with the internal wall.
From a design perspective, your main consideration again, should be how often you will open back the panels. If mounting at the front of the recess, flush with your internal wall, the panels will have the ability to fold 180° flat back on the walls either side
of the window. If mounting tight into the window, the panels will open but be restricted to a 90° angle. This may be OK if you have a deep recess or narrow panels, but if you have wider panels and you want to open then up, they’ll stick out into the room.
Again, keep thinking back to how often you’ll actually open the panels. If they’re rarely opened, mounting inside, tight to the window works well as you can then use the sill and will have increased the feeling of space by having the sill within the room, as opposed to being hidden behind the shutter.