The first reason, light control. Conservatory shutters allow light to flood the room in a way other conservatory window dressings can’t. Simply adjust the conservatory shutter slats to reduce direct sunlight and cool the room.
Another benefit is the UV protection conservatory shutters are coated with: this is a huge failing of most blinds, which can often become bleached by sunlight.
Come winter, conservatory shutters provide an extra layer of insulation to windows, retaining that much-needed heat in the colder months.
Perhaps the biggest benefit is the privacy they bring. Conservatories can often feel exposed – installing shutters will afford you ultimate privacy if you want it.
Step 1 Get the Shutterly ball rolling
Hit the book appointment button below and fill out the simple form. A member of the team will then be in touch to confirm the time and date of your free appointment with one of our shutter specialists.
Step 2 Free design consultation
A shutter specialist will visit you free of charge to talk you through your options, measure up, answer your questions and finalise your quote.
Step 3 Expert installation
We’ll arrange a date and time for your shutters to be fitted by a professional carpenter who’ll leave you with a care kit to keep them in prime condition.
A popular choice for conservatories, our bespoke shape shutters can be measured and made to any specification (triangle, trapezoid, circle, you name it) and, if fitted to a conservatory roof or angled window, will be installed with strong magnets to prevent shutter panels from hanging down.
Full height shutters fit over the entire conservatory window or door frame, and offer ample privacy, temperature and light control. While not so common but still fabulous, café style shutters can be installed and will work particularly well if you would like to maximise the amount of light entering into your conservatory.
Our wooden shutters are a solid choice for conservatory windows, providing stunning window dressings that give a bespoke look for many years after installation. We offer several wooden material options, each sustainably sourced and crafted with care. If you prefer a grained shutter, our Premium Elm range will be one to take a look at. For a smooth look, our more affordable basswood or poplar range will be for you.
All of our conservatory shutters are painted or stained and coated in a UV protectant at no extra cost. This is essential for the durability of conservatory shutters, being so exposed to damaging sunlight on a daily basis. If you’re looking for something more unique, we also offer a custom colour match service, ideal if you’d like to match with high street paints that feature elsewhere in your home.
Book an appointment today, and one of our friendly team will be in touch.