Traditional Shutters are also known as Plantation Shutters or American Shutters. Our shutters in the picture shown are made from Elm hardwood , they are kiln dried so there is no warping and twisting, covered in the black walnut stain and then they are sprayed with a UV protective spray so there is no damage from the sun.
These shutters are full height with a mid rail so that you can independently move the louvres at the bottom and the top.The louvres are connected with a push rod so that they can be easily moved up and down. Hinges are provided and there are 6 different finishes you can choose from, antique brass , brass, brushed steel, chrome, white or ivory.
Shutters are great for the bedroom as not only can you ensure privacy they also insulate the windows and keep out the daily noises that can disturb your rest.
Our product shown has the following features;
- 64mm louvres with a push rod
- Finished In Black Walnut Stain
- Full Height Panels with a mid rail
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As you can see from the picture shown, the black walnut stain works well with the flooring in this home. You have 12 standard wood stains to choose from or 8 paint finishes to match your decor.You can order samples on line from our online store. If you cannot find anything from our standard range then you can opt for the colour matching service that is also on offer. Simply give us the colour number or name or a piece of flooring you want matched and we will match it as closely to the same colour as we can.
Nothing is manufactured untill you see the finished colour and you sign it off to go ahead. Naturally this takes a little longer and we usually add on 10 days to the normal 7 - 8 week shutter delivery timeline for manufacturing.