Inspirational Plantation Shutter Ideas for Your Home
1:29PM 05 April 2022
If you’ve come to our website, then you’re looking for window shutter ideas. But how to choose the best shutter for you and your home? With a wide selection of ranges and finishes - whether it’s one of our many shades or wood stain options – the choices can sometimes seem daunting. But there really is no need to fret. We have a style to suit every window, and a finish to suit every décor. And, luckily for you, you’re in the hands of the experts.
Plantation Shutter Ideas
At The Shutter Store, all tastes are catered for, which is why we offer so many ranges. But apart from their aesthetic qualities, each has their own practical use too.
Full Height Shutters give your window full coverage with the panels opening out as one. You choose as many panels as you wish across the width of your window.
Full Height Shutters
Café Style Shutters cover the lower section of your windows. This is normally halfway but can be customised to stop at whichever point you like. Café Style offers a level of privacy while still allowing plenty of light in.
Café Style Shutters
Tier on Tier have the best of both worlds. The top and bottom sections can be controlled independently, meaning you can hinge open the top half while keeping the bottom section closed.
Solid Shutters offer a more traditional look. These solid panels are great for creating a heritage inspired feel and are also great for light reduction.
Shabby Chic Shutter Ideas
Are you going for a shabby chic look? Perhaps one that wouldn’t look out of place at a beach hut? Well then, you’ll need a set of shutters with a heavily textured finish. Fortunately, we have 4 different limewash finishes, each one perfect for achieving that shabby chic aesthetic.
For a similar vibe but without the grained texture of limewash shutters, we also have 11 different wood stains for you to choose from.
Dark Grey Shutters
We sometimes have our customers ask us about coloured shutters. This is not something we offer, with the main reason being shutters such as these tend to age significantly worse than their more neutral counterparts. Imagine, if you will, that you’ve installed some green shutters, or maybe French blue shutters. Should you decide in a few years to redecorate, you will have to consider matching to your shutters. So, if you’re intent on a bolder choice, we would always recommend our dark grey shutters or a slightly lighter hue.
If you would like to learn more about what shutters can do for your home, get in touch today. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or questions and one of our friendly team will get back to you. We can't wait to hear from you!