Using a custom shade, these solid shutters have been blended into the room design.add to moodboardYour selection has been added
Custom shade solid shaker shutters.
This pink shade looks great in a bedroom to create a truly unique design.add to moodboardYour selection has been added
Pink custom shutters with chrome hinges.
When using solid shutters, keep aware that you will need to have somewhere to fold them back.add to moodboardYour selection has been added
Showcase of multiple custom shaded shutters.
One of our favourite pictures, this image shows how you can shade solid shutters in many different styles.add to moodboardYour selection has been added
Jet shutters with wide slats. Full height shutters with a mid rail.
Using gloss shutters and mirrors in your room can create the illusion of space. Use this to your advantage.add to moodboardYour selection has been added
Dark shutters in 89mm slats with concealed pushrods.
Contrasting this white room design, dark shutters can be used to create a centre-piece for your look.add to moodboardYour selection has been added
Some go for the look, others for the practical benefits. Either way, there’s no denying the impact solid wood shutters make on a room. Close them to block out light and create an extra barrier against noise and weather. The ultimate in snug, secure home comfort.
Not surprisingly, solid panel shutters are especially popular in Victorian and Georgian homes near busy roads. Available in Poplar or Elm, they come in two different design styles. The extra detail of our raised panels adds a flourish to traditional rooms; the Shaker style is more suited to more modern or simple décor.