Now that January is in the rearview mirrors, it’s time to let go of the post-holiday frugality and think about what lies ahead for the next year. Lots of home improvement trends look set to make a big splash in 2023. But with so many to choose from, it can be hard to keep track. To make thing a little easier for you, we’ve listed a few of our favourites below. There’s no need to thank us, just enjoy and take note…

Built-In Storage

Regardless of whether you home is modern, traditional, minimalist, or rustic, you can never have enough storage. Enter the most practical of 2023’s home improvement trends: built-in storage. Adding some extra storage has a few benefits, besides the space of course. You’ll find it much easier to stay organized (a place for everything, everything in its place, and all that jazz) while enhancing your rooms’ aesthetic appeal at the same time. Adding extra storage also increases your home’s value, driving up the asking price when it comes time to sell. If you’re stuck for ideas, we’d recommend a built-in bookshelf in the lounge, adding a pull-out pantry or two to the kitchen (organising your food items will be easy-peasy!), or fitting some under-stair storage. These are just a few ideas, but feel free to express yourself. After all, this is meant to be fun!

Blue sash window shutters in the bathroom open

Spa Bathrooms

Okay, maybe this isn’t a necessity, but who can say their home wouldn’t be improved with a spa bathroom? Exactly. In any case, adding some extra Zen to your bathroom is sure to lower stress levels and boost your outlook on even the moodiest of mornings. Plus, it’ll add plenty of value to your home. But what does a spa bathroom look like? Think large bathtubs, dimmed lights, natural elements such as plants, stone, and wood, and, if you’re feeling particularly fancy, underfloor heating. Oh, and don’t forget the sound system so you can stick on your most chilled playlist while you soak your cares away.

Home Offices

Working from home has played a much larger role in the lives of many since, well, that thing that happened in 2020. You know what we’re talking about. Anyway, 2023 is no different from the last couple of years with Home Offices continuing to be one of the home improvement trends that shows no signs of letting up. And when we say “home office”, we don’t mean knocking down a wall or adding a brand new feature window. It’s as simple as getting an ergonomic chair and desk, fitting some appropriate lighting, and ensuring you have enough storage (see above) to avoid clutter. If you really want to go the extra mile, you can soundproof your new office to reduce external distractions.

Improved Energy Efficiency

With the cost-of-living crisis of the last year or so, we’re all tightening our belts a bit. And it looks like a lot of the 2023 home improvements we’ll see are going to reflect this. By improving your home’s energy efficiency, not only will you be saving on energy bulls, you’ll also be doing your bit for the planet. Whether you switch to more efficient appliances, fit dimmer switches, install solar panels, or improve your doors and windows (more on that shortly), this is one home improvement trend that’s benefits stretch well beyond 2023.

Plantation Shutters

Speaking of energy efficiency, did you know that shutters are the most energy efficient window dressing on the market? It’s true. In fact, it’s something we’ve written about before. But that’s not to say that you have to take our word for it. Historic England carried out a study not so long ago. Their conclusion? Window shutters are the most energy efficient window treatment, with a well-fitting set of shutters reducing heat loss through the windows by around 60%. But they’re more than just an energy-saving fixture.

One of our favourite things about shutters is how they blend in with any design style. This makes them the ideal companion piece for your existing interior, whilst also futureproofing them against any potential redesigns. Looking for something to blend seamlessly with your mid-century modern interior? Maybe you’ve got a chic bohemian style going on, or perhaps you’re worried about finding a window dressing to fit nicely with your new industrial décor? No matter your style and regardless of what’s in vogue, you’ll find a shutter to match. There’s no need to worry about colour either, because Shutterly Fabulous offer a custom colour service, helping you find the right colour for your home’s interior.

So, you’ve decided to finally get some plantation shutters. Fantastic. You’ve chosen your range and you’ve finalised the design. Now it’s time to decide on the finish. But with so many shutter colours to choose from, maybe you’re struggling to make a final decision. Well, fear not, because we’re here to help you make the right choice for you and your home.

white full height window and door shutters

White Shutters

Of all our shutter colours, white is easily the most popular. In fact, it’s likely that +90% of the shutters you’ve seen in your local area have been white. And there’s a very good reason for this. Well, several in fact:

  • Brighten any space
    White shutters are the perfect way to inject some life into even the dreariest of rooms.
  • Work with any décor
    Rustic, traditional, or contemporary, white shutters are the perfect pairing for any style.
  • Complement your fixtures
    In 2022, most window fixtures are white, making your new white shutters the ideal companion piece.
  • Future-proof your windows
    White goes with any colour, so it won’t matter if you decide to change the colour scheme of your room in a few years.
full height grey living room shutters

Cream and Grey Shutters

For those who want to venture further along the colour spectrum, we have a range of creams and greys. We even go all the way to matte black.

Our lighter creams and greys are much like white shutters – they’re incredibly versatile and will go with any colour scheme. But if you want a shutter that’s a little different and warmer in tone, you can’t go wrong with these darker hues.

If you’re aiming for something a bit bolder, then the darker end of the scale is where you may end up. Not only do dark plantation shutter colours add a unique touch of sophistication to a room, but they also showcase the confidence of their owner. Your guests are sure to be impressed by your daring interior design choices after seeing your latest interior addition. And on the practical side of things, dark colours absorb more heat, making them even more efficient insulators than their lighter counterparts.

Brown Living Room Shutters

Wood Stain Shutters

For a more natural finish, why not opt for one of our wood stains? Stylish yet traditional in appearance, these shutters bring an extra measure of texture coupled with a certain rustic charm. Whether you go for the whitest limewash or our warm walnut finish, you’ll have a shutter to blend in seamlessly with your stylish interior.

Custom Shutter Colours

Worried that you don’t have enough plantation shutter colours to choose from? Well, how about a few hundred more choices? Did you know that Shutterly Fabulous offer a custom colour service so that you can find the right colour for your home interior? That’s right. Besides our broad range of standard colours and stains, you can choose your own bespoke colour. We’re able to match to the Farrow & Ball Core Collection, Little Greene’s ‘Colours of England’, ‘Green’ and ‘Grey’ collection, Dulux Trade ‘colour palette’ range and RAL Classic. So, no matter what look you’re going for, we’ve got you covered. After some eye-grabbing green shutters? Sure thing. Or how about a set of roaring red shutters? We’ve got you covered.

Hopefully, this blog has told you everything you need to know about our range of shutter colours but if not, please get in touch today. Call us on 0800 970 0800 or send an email to Our friendly team are always here to lend you a helping hand. 

“Shutters or Blinds?” It’s a question we’re very used to in our world, and it’s one we’re all too happy to answer. If you’re in the market for window coverings, you should always do your due diligence. Are you getting the best value for money? Which window dressing is the most practical? How well will said fixture fit in with your décor? Head-scratchers for sure – but fear not. That’s what we’re here for. So, keep reading to find out why shutters trump blinds every time.

Light and Privacy Management

From top to bottom, blinds are open, or they’re closed. There isn’t really an in-between. This makes controlling light levels and how much passersby can see into your home quite the challenge. With their movable slats, shutters (also known, confusingly, as “shutter blinds) give you the ultimate control, letting you open the slats sufficiently for light to come into the home, without sacrificing on privacy. Shutters are very customisable too. For example, a hidden split or mid-rail gives you separate slat control on the top and bottom sections. So, should you fancy, you can have the bottom slats closed with the top open, letting plenty of daylight into the home.

Tier on tier white bedroom shutters

Soundproofing and Insulation

Whilst both blinds and shutters are made-to-measure, shutters are much more bespoke. Why does this matter? Well, shutters are made to match your window to the millimetre, ensuring they fit perfectly flush to the recess. Besides the obvious aesthetic benefits, this has a couple of other perks too. Firstly, drafts will have a hard (if not, impossible) time sneaking their way past your fabulous shutters. This ensures your home will stay warmer in the cold winter months, helping save you money on your energy bills. Secondly, when closed, shutters have a marked effect on noise reduction. So, if you live by a noisy road, shutters might be just what the doctor ordered.

Cleaning and Maintenance

Have you ever tried to clean a set of blinds? It can require quite a bit of work. This is especially true of fabric or paper blinds. Shutters on the other hand require very little maintenance. Simply run a dry cloth or duster over them occasionally and give any stains a rub with a slightly damp cloth, remembering to dry the affected area. And that’s it – you’re done.

Shutters Increase Your Home’s Value

We will often have customers ask us why they shouldn’t order blinds instead of shutters. After all, shutters cost a bit more than blinds. And while this is true, it doesn’t paint the whole picture. That is, shutters are an investment. We’ve already talked about how they can save you money on your energy bills (particularly important in 2022), but did you know that they can add value to your home too? Shutters are a semi-permanent fixture, lasting for many years, or decades. This means that, should you ever decide to sell, a set of shutters or two can add a few extra £’s onto the asking price.

White café style shutters in living room

Shutters: The Versatile Option

One of the best things about shutter blinds is their versatility. In terms of colours, you’re truly spoilt for choice. We offer a wide range of whites, creams, greys, and blacks. Plus, we have a selection of textured wood stains too – perfect for a more rustic or traditional look.

You have a lot of options when it comes to shutter styles too. Full height shutters work on practically any type of window, big or small, modern or traditional. Café style shutters cover the bottom section only. This grants excellent privacy with the added benefit of allowing plenty of light into the home.

For a mix of both styles tier-on-tier shutters are a striking and dynamic choice. Covering the entirety of the window, they allow for separate panel control on the top and bottom sections. This grants the same functionality as café style or full height, depending on which panels are opened.

Special Shaped Shutters

Do you have an unusual window that’s proving difficult to dress? Fear not. Our highly trained Shutter Specialists are versed in all things shutters. That means whether it’s a square, triangle, circle, or otherwise, we’ll find the fabulous with a special shaped shutter.

Still Have Questions?

Hopefully we’ve answered all your questions about shutter blinds, but if you still have queries, we’d love to hear from you. Send an email to  or give us a call on 0800 907 0800

Want to book a free on-site consultation with one of our Shutter Specialists? Click “Book Appointment” at the top right of our website and request your survey today.

In 2022, we all understand the importance of doing our bit for the environment. But being eco-friendly isn’t the only concern on everyone’s mind. The UK – and indeed the rest of the world – is experiencing a cost-of-living and energy crisis. Not only does this put a pinch on the purse strings, but it also greatens the need for efficient and money-saving changes to the home. After all, as bills get more expensive, it’s important to practice using less energy. Well, we thought we’d write a quick blog to help you make some eco-friendly improvements that will help you cut down on waste and save you money on your bills. So, let’s get right to it, shall we?

Full height living room shutters

1 – Upcycle old furniture

It’s understandable that you might want to throw out that old dresser or coffee table. It’s drab and shabby, but not in a chic way, and it’s seriously bringing down the vibe in your lovely home. You’re sick of looking at it and want to trade it in for a newer model.  But this costs money, and resources. Upcycling can be a fantastic way to breathe new life into furniture that has seen better days. It’s also a very rewarding experience that has the added bonus of doing a little bit for the environment. With just a bit of sanding, varnishing, or painting, you can say goodbye to your old dreary furniture and hello to your newest conversation starter.

2 – Draft Excluders

A lot of heat is lost via pesky drafts. So, what to do? Well, there is a certain window dressing which works wonders – wink, wink. But more on than in a minute. Another option is a few strategically placed draft excluders. These are best positioned around entry points such as doors, windows, and fireplaces – anywhere that a draft is going to creep in. Not only are they a cheap and efficient home improvement, but they come in lots of cute designs too!

Conservatory roof fitted with plantation shutters

3- Double or Triple Glazed Windows

Most of a home’s heat is lost via the windows. As such, using less energy means more efficient windows. If you live in an older home or period property, it’s likely that the windows are single glazed. If this is the case, adding another layer of glazing will make a massive impact to warmth in the winter. And while double glazing your windows will cost a bit, in the medium and long term, you will save 100s, if not 1000s, on your energy bills.

4 – Solar Panels

Besides powering your home with clean and renewable energy, solar panels offer a fantastic return on investment too. While savings vary from house to house and depending on your own individual usage, any surplus is transferred back to the national grid, and you’ll receive a nice bonus for your troubles. Once installed, solar panels require very little maintenance too. There are also a few government incentives and grants worth researching.

Beautiful bay windows with tier on tier shutters

5 – Get Some Eco Shutters

Did you know that plantation shutters can save you money on your energy bills? It’s true! Shutters are made-to-measure and always fitted flush to the window. This keeps out irksome drafts, preventing the kind of heat loss that normally happens with windows. So, by installing some eco-shutters, you’ll find that the heating is on less, which in turn saves you money on your energy bills. Plus, our shutters are made from sustainably sourced hardwood, so you can rest easy in the knowledge that your shutters are having minimal impact on the environment. Furthermore, shutters are incredibly long lasting with the potential to be a fixture in your home for decades.

If you’re interested in getting eco shutters for your home, contact us today. Call us on 0800 970 0800, send an email to, or request a free on-site survey via our website today.

“Heatwave”. It’s a word that has entered the public lexicon in a very big way. It is now clear that warmer summers are here to stay. Indeed, it has been well documented that in the last 20 years we have seen 10 of the hottest years on record.

And while one would expect 40-degree temperatures experienced in some parts of the UK in July 2022 won’t be a regular occurrence, keeping cool in the summer is certainly getting harder. This makes it more important than ever to find new ways of lowering the temperature in the home. It’s especially vital in parts of the house that tend to soak up the heat, aka, conservatories. Enter, conservatory shutters.

Conservatory roof fitted with plantation shutters

Why Buy Conservatory Shutters?

That’s a great question. But what you should be asking is “why wouldn’t I buy conservatory shutters?”

Well, first and foremost, adding shutters to your conservatory will help you dramatically reduce the heat when the mercury starts to rise outside. Although we don’t expect you to simply take our word for it. After all, we are Shutterly Fabulous. What we do is in the name: we sell shutters.

Conservatories normally have lots of windows. This makes them especially susceptible to overheating in the summer. And this is where conservatory shutters make a big difference. We measure to the exact specifications of your windows, meaning we can cover them entirely. This helps you to stay in the shade and avoid the sun’s rays. Furthermore, their movable slats can be strategically positioned. This allows you to stay out of the sun will still letting the air flow through, leaving the conservatory nice and breezy.

Wooden finish conservatory window shutters

Do Shutters Have Other Benefits?

Besides their cooling qualities, there are many other reasons why you should opt for conservatory shutters.

Stay Warm in Winter

While they keep you cool in the summer, conservatory shutters will retain the heat in the winter. This is because they are fitted flush to your windows, allowing for no heat lost through drafts. Win-win, right?

Keep Allergies at Bay

Recently we wrote about how shutters can help with allergies. Head over to our blog to find out more.

Light and Privacy Management

We sell many different styles of shutter. Of course we do; we’re Shutterly Fabulous! Each style allows for different levels of light and privacy management. So, whatever your needs and no matter the window, there is a shutter for you.

They’re Built to Last

When you order with Shutterly Fabulous, you’ll get a 5-year, no quibble guarantee. But that isn’t to say that your shutters will need replaced after 5.1 years. On the contrary. Given the proper care and maintenance, there is no reason your shutters can’t bring you joy for years. Decades in fact!

Up Your Home’s Asking Price

As a semi-permanent fixture, shutters are a very appealing bonus for anybody who might be interested in buying your home. If you ever decide to move, you can’t take your shutters with you, but you may be able to add an extra few £££’s onto the asking price.

Get A Free Shutters Quote

If there is still more you would like to know about conservatory shutters, then we would love to hear from you. Please give us a call on 0800 970 0800, send an email to, or click “book appointment” at the top of our website for your free home survey.

When it comes to home décor, there are a lot of things to love about plantation shutters. Not only do they provide brilliant benefits when it comes to controlling light, heat, and unwanted noise, but they also offer some much needed privacy.

Green bedroom shutters

Victorian Shutters

A versatile option, Victorian shutters will suit a contemporary aesthetic and a period home. However, if you have a taste for all things traditional, shutters will beautifully complement Georgian and Victorian style houses and townhouses regularly seen throughout the UK.

When looking back in time, plantation shutters were an incredibly popular choice throughout the 19th century, and Victorian window shutters would have graced the windows of many homes throughout the era. That means that a contemporary home decorated with sash window Victorian shutters carries a subtle throwback to a bygone age, and one whose presence can still be felt in many homes today.

Townhouses often make use of Victorian shutters bay window and smaller sash windows – both of which make the ideal environment for plantation shutters. And if you’re unsure of which style to go for, referencing this golden age of home decor is simple, with both Victorian solid shutters and full height shutters being a staple of the time. Whether or not you live in a period property, either will gracefully add to a timeless traditional aesthetic, with solid panel shutters being an elegant choice that’s arguably the most classic style of all.

Green living room shutter

Painted shutters are always a popular choice with those looking for a clean and contemporary feel, but for something a little more vintage-in-style, hardwood shutters are a great option. Displaying the wood’s beautiful natural grain, the shutters will bring warmth to a period home all whilst bringing the outside in.

There are countless choices of Victorian plantation shutters, and countless aesthetics they can match up to. But what’s for sure is that whichever you go for, whether you live in a period home or not, if you’re someone who loves a kiss of antiquity in your interior design choices, plantation shutters are always likely to be a match made in heaven for your home.

If you have any questions about shutters, our friendly team is on hand to help! Please call us for free on 0800 9700 800 or email

Sash windows have long been a standout feature of period properties. Not only do they celebrate a classical style, but they are also wonderfully versatile too. However, the question is, “Do shutters work with sash windows?” Luckily, it’s a pretty straightforward question, and one with a short answer: yes! Bespoke window shutters can be utilised on any type of window, from PVC to dormer, bay to arched, Victorian to Georgian, shutters can add class to any window. This is just as true of sash window shutters. 

Sash window shutters in a bathroom

What Are Sash Windows?

A sash window – also called hung or box sash windows – is made of one or more moveable panels, or “sashes”. When opened, these panels will overlap one another, hence them also being known as sliding sash windows. These panels often slide vertically, but horizontally is not uncommon. Sashes are usually found in period properties, such as Victorian and Edwardian homes. As such, a classic shutter style will perfectly complement this style of window. Indeed, both sash window Victorian shutters and Georgian shutters were very popular in their respective days. 

Why Choose Sash Window shutters?

Sash window shutters are the perfect choice for several reasons: they’re stylish, ideal for privacy, measured specifically for your window, and come in a range of styles and colours. Indeed, whether it’s Full Height shutters, Tier-on-tier shutters, Café Style shutters, or Solid Shutters, you’re sure to find the perfect shutter for your space. And if you’re concerned that modern plantation shutters may not blend in with your more traditional décor, fear not. Not only have shutters been used in period properties for centuries, but we also offer a wide range of colours and stains too. If you’re looking for something a little less contemporary, our stained hardwoods are sure to be the perfect fit for your home.

Which Shutter Style Is Best on Sash Windows?

When choosing your bespoke window plantation shutters for your sash, choosing the correct style is of the utmost importance to make the most of your shutters and your window. For those taller sash windows, we suggest opting for Full Height shutters with a mid-rail. This dividing rail can be placed at the mid-point of your sash windows to add extra definition and slat control. Another option would be our Tier-on-tier shutters. These tiered shutters allow you to control the top and bottom shutter panels completely separately. For smaller sash windows, or for some extra light exposure, our café style shutters only cover the bottom section of the window to create a combination of light and privacy. This makes them perfect for bathrooms. For minimum light, consider our solid shutters.

If you have any questions about sash window shutters, our friendly team is always on hand to help! Please call us for free on 0800 9700 800 or email Ready to take the next step? Book your free home survey today.

There’s no doubt about it, plantation shutters have been a go-to choice when it comes to window dressing for centuries, and that is thanks to their timeless look and feel. Unlike other window coverings such as blinds and curtains, shutters are made from beautiful solid hardwood and provide many practical benefits such as privacy, light control, insulation and more.

When thinking about installing shutters, it is important to consider how you will access windowsills with shutters. Depending on the type of window you have and where you decide to position your shutters, you may end up with little to no room for ornaments and accessories. However, some may say the stylish look of shutters paired with its useful advantages outweighs windowsill space. Please keep on reading for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

How will shutters sit on different types of windows?

The way your shutters will sit very much depends on the architectural design of your windows. For example, classic Victorian and Edwardian bay windows do not tend to have a wealth of space around the perimeter of the window, so naturally, shutters will encroach on the windowsill area. However, for those with wall depth surrounding the window, there is the opportunity to achieve an inside mount, which will sit closer to the window and allow you to maintain windowsill space whilst enjoying the benefits of shutters.

Can I still use my windowsills with shutters installed?

If your window is set far into a wall, you can of course still use your windowsill with shutters installed. Opting for tier-on-tier plantation shutters may be the best suited due to adjustable louvres and the top and bottom halves opening independently. This will allow you to display ornaments and picture frames on the windowsill without sacrificing natural light.

Full height and cafe-style shutters will also work great too due to the flexible louvres that will allow you to control light flow without knocking over any belongings.

What is the best way to work around no windowsill space once shutters are installed?

If you have a limited windowsill area but still want beautiful shutters installed, you can opt for a sleek, smart sideboard next to a window to bring a homely touch into the space, or for something more inventive, how about dressing a radiator with a smart radiator cover, which will provide extra room for plants and ornaments.

Our team of friendly shutter experts are happy to answer any of your questions you have on having shutters installed on your windows. If you’d like to find out more, send us an email at, or give us a call on 0800 970 0800.

If you know about the history of plantation shutters, you’ll know they’ve been relied upon for hundreds of years as the best type of window treatment for homes around the world. With a raft of benefits such as privacy and light control in addition to their timeless look and feel, they’ve become a mainstay for their balance of form and function in homes from Ancient Greece to the modern-day.

Timeless Window Treatment

If you grew up in a house with shutters, it’s likely you can still picture a particular window, half-closed, with plantation shutters casting patterns of sunlight onto the floor. Quite simply, it’s a look that curtains or other window dressings can’t match especially in tricky areas that experience high moisture levels, which makes them the best window treatment for bathrooms. Highly distinctive, timeless, and something that looks as good in the present day as it did then. It’s no wonder they’ve never gone out of fashion.

Shutters Practical Benefits

But it’s not all about looks, plantation shutters bring other benefits, too. The versatility provided by moving their slats from open to closed – or anywhere in between – also makes shutters the best privacy window treatments. In addition to this, shutters will also help to regulate light, heat, sound whilst providing safety for children with no hanging cords.

The ability to use something built-in, which uses no electricity to control the amount of light and sound a room lets in – as well as cooling down your house in the warmest of the summer months – is something that keeps homeowners coming back to plantation shutters, generation after generation.


The last thing? Cost. Plantation shutters tend to be more affordable than people think to buy and install in the first place, and that’s before you add in the fact that with their incredibly hard-wearing nature, and they’ll last for decades without showing wear and tear (something you can’t always say for fabric curtains). It may be that over a lifetime of daily use, plantation shutters are a cost-saver you simply haven’t been taken advantage of, which instantly makes them the best type of window treatment.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our shutters as well as our service here at Shutterly Fabulous. Our friendly team are happy to answer your questions. Call us on 0800 970 0800 or send an email to

You might ask yourself: Why should I go for shutters rather than blinds for my bay window? That’s an excellent question, and one that we are happy to answer. Being the UK’s original shutter installation provider, it may not surprise you to learn that we believe shutters are always the best choice when it comes to your bay windows. But we certainly aren’t biased; we back up what we say. So, if you are trying to decide on bay window blinds or shutters, just keep reading…

Privacy and Light Management

This may be one of the main selling points of blinds, but shutters will offer you the same qualities, and to a greater degree. Shutters are bespoke and measured to your bay window, and you will have much more control over the moveable slats than you would with blinds. With shutters, not only will you be able to control the amount of light coming into your room, but your privacy will be considered too. Furthermore, the customizable nature of shutters gives you even more versatility. Whether it is café style, full height, or tier on tier shutters for bay windows, you will have the last say on how much of your window is covered. Blinds, on the other hand, do not afford you with the same luxury.

Insulation and Ventilation

As mentioned above, shutters are measured to the specifications of your windows, bays or otherwise. They are also fitted into their own frame, allowing minimal air to escape. This means that shutters are ideal for keeping out those jarring winter drafts. And for those warmer summer days, their adjustable slats – available in 64mm, 76mm, and 89mm – mean you can let in some air without skipping on privacy. Blinds on the other hand, simply hang from the top of your windows, allowing unwanted air to enter the room freely and minimising insulation.

What About Maintenance?

When deciding on bay window blinds or shutters, maintenance is an important factor to consider. After all, you want your windows looking their best for years to come. Luckily, plantation shutters are simple to clean. A quick wipe down with some lightly soaped water or a going over with a vacuum cleaner brush attachment will easily do the job. Blinds are much more fragile and usually made of fabric, meaning much more care is needed when giving them a once over. Shutters also trump blinds where resistance to UV and water damage are concerned. In fact, all Shutterly Fabulous’s premium hardwood shutters are coated with a special UV protected paint, ensuring you will be enjoying them for years to come.

Shutters for Bay Windows Are Always Bespoke.

While already mentioned above, we feel it is worth reiterating. Shutters will always be made to the exact specifications of your bay windows. Whether you have a box or angled bay, whether the windows are sash, PCV, or even of a special shape, you can be sure that our shutters will accentuate whatever makes your windows special. Where blinds hang down and obscure, shutters hug and accentuate the unique shape and features of your windows.

Still deciding on bay window blinds or shutters? Our friendly team are happy to answer your questions. Call us on 0800 970 0800 or send an email to

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