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This collection from our shutter portfolio shows you just how versatile our shutters can be. They’ll match any interior beautifully – whatever your interior style.
Painted shutters with 89mm slats.
These minimalist shutters are suited for bathrooms creating the same great look as the rest of your home. These shutters have had their pushrods removed to give an extra modern look to this resdesigned bathroom.
64mm slat shutters for a bay window
Bay windows are perfectly suited to shutters and to help you fit them we have plenty of step-by-step guides on the website. These shutters have been installed with narrow panels to really show off the tall windows and high ceilings in this victorian property. The 64mm slats help to give the shutters a busy look, along with the pushrod this helps to keep a traditional look.
64mm Stained shutters with central pushrods
Creating a calming look for this room, Stained shutters have made this conservatory into a perfect room. 64mm slats and a traditional push rod have been used to give a real country feel to this room. A mixture of outside mount and inside mount installations have been used for these conservatory windows to ensure a close blended fit. To better understand the mounting of your shutters take a look at our intensive measuring guides and explanatory videos.
Full Height shutters with 64mm slats
This house in Surrey has added white shutters to this dining room to give a truly classical look. White shutters, as opposed to a striking feature colour, are beneficial to rooms such as dining rooms and living rooms, as even if redecorated will still match your colourscheme. In addition the complete control of light is perfect to ensure there is no awkward glare when sitting round the table.
Grey shutters with 89mm slats.
This central London flat has installed thin paneled shutters to exentuate the height of the room. By using wider 89mm slats the shutters have a very modern look, in keeping with the design of the room. Many London houses choose shutters as privacy is an important issue while still allowing maximum light into the room, a function shutters are perfect for.
Fauxwood shutters with 64mm slats.