Shuttercraft has got the UK covered, including here in Downton. It’s reassuring to know that an established national brand is right here on your doorstep.
So make that call today and take the first step to creating a stylish new look for your home.
We help make light work of choosing the right interior window shutters for your home, offering free, no obligation appointments when you can see our range of samples, obtain expert advice and get a survey for a competitive quote. Shuttercraft Winchester offers a local service in and around the area including Downton, Salisbury, Romsey and Winchester.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
Shuttercraft are trusted by people in Downton and the surrounding area to make light work of helping choose the right shutters for their homes, providing a friendly, dependable service as well as only the very best plantation shutters and blinds.
Whether you are looking for window coverings to suit a contemporary or a classic style of interior, then look no further than your local Shuttercraft. If you are living in Downton, then we can help you choose the shutter styles that make the most of your space.
A perfect finish for windows, shutters also work well as room dividers, coverings for glass doors, or providing ventilation for built-in wardrobes.
We supply the UK’s widest range of wooden shutters and plantation blinds, so you’re guaranteed to find a window covering you love with your local Shuttercraft. You’ll deal with one person, from start to finish, with no pressure to buy and no pushy sales tactics.wardrobes.
Downton has traces back as far as the Neolithic period, and has had an interesting history considering it is such a small village. A 4th century Roman Villa, motte-and-bailey castle, Trafalgar Park manor house, tannery and motorsport engineering works have all been situated at Downton throughout the years, and the village was featured in a sketch by renowned artist John Constable in 1820.
One of the most characteristic elements of Downton is The Moot, an ornamental 18th century garden based around the earthworks of a castle, which was thought to have been made of wood. A number of churches are also prominent buildings in the village, including St Laurence’s, with parts of the building dating back as far as the 13th century, and the local Baptist Church which has existed since 1791.
Being situated on the River Avon, water has always been easily accessible for local business, being used in the large tannery in the centre of the village, as well as breweries, mills and more recently Trafalgar Fisheries.