Have you considered just how plantation shutters could change the look of your home? Your local Shuttercraft specialist can advise on the best styles to suit your tastes in interior décor.
Plantation shutters help transform homes and offices alike, making light work in a wide variety of stylish designs, materials and colours. At Shuttercraft Winchester, we’re trusted to provide a friendly, dependable service throughout the country, providing advice to help you choose the best window covering for your interiors.
If you are considering the plantation shutter look for your space, then why not contact us, who can help reinvigorate your home. Book a free home appointment and discover a style of plantation shutters that perfectly suits your tastes. We strongly believe in the quality of the products we supply, and at Shuttercraft, we can provide the design advice to match the shutter to the living space.
When thinking about window coverings for your home, you’ll be thinking about the best choice for light control and privacy. Perfectly suited for either classic or contemporary interiors, plantation shutters are therefore the perfect choice to suit your tastes.
Book a free, no obligation home appointment to discuss your options and we’ll provide a competitive quote for your consideration.
Popular for covering windows back as far as Ancient Greece, interior shutters are a stylish alternative to blinds and curtains. Although there are many types of shutter, there are two main ones – those with solid panels, and those which have slats, otherwise known as louvres. If you are looking for a way to make the most of light filtering into your home, then you can rest assured there is a shutter that’s right for you.
Gaining their name from a style popularised in America and the West Indies during the 18th and 19th centuries, and though originating in Europe much earlier, plantation shutters were initially sculpted from thin panels of marble. They were popular because they helped block out the afternoon sun, while allowing a steady breeze through rooms when the windows were open.
Due to the inflexibility of the material these had fixed louvres, providing ventilation, light control and a degree of protection against the weather. Today shutters are usually crafted from a variety of hardwoods and MDF.
Whether you prefer a more contemporary design or something more traditional, we can guarantee you’ll find something you’ll love for years to come. Made-to-measure to cover the window exactly, a premium plantation shutter from Shuttercraft can come in a wide variety of styles, colours and materials, designed with you in mind.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
Shutters have stayed a popular window covering throughout the years, even as fashions and materials have changed. Wood is more flexible, readily available, and versatile than marble, making it ideal for more unique window shapes.
Making the most of exterior light, whether sun or streetlight, plantation shutters make your home feel much lighter. The louvres (slats) can be tilted in a number of ways to provide great light control, as well as keeping prying eyes at bay.
As well as helping with design choices, at Shuttercraft Winchester we can offer a wide variety of shutter options to meet your needs. Perfect for damp environments such as bathrooms, we also supply plantation shutters in the ABS Java range, a durable and hardwearing waterproof material.
The window coverings we fit are only ever made-to-measure, as we care about providing the very best for your home. Custom crafted based on your requirements and design choices, a plantation shutter doesn’t just suit windows, they can also be used in place of room dividers, or as bespoke wardrobe doors.
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