Choose your shutter style . . .

FULL HEIGHT 

 

Full Height shutters are by far the most popular style in British homes, they look good in period as well as modern settings. 

 

As the name suggests, full height shutters fill the entire window space from the bottom, to the top.

Key Features:

  • Available in all colours, louvre (slat) sizes and with either visible or hidden tilt controls

  • The tilt controls can operate all of the louvres in one go or in two separate halves for greater light and privacy control.  This is called a split close.

 

Suitable for:

  • All living spaces including living, dining and kitchens as well as the study and playroom

  • Square or rectangular flat windows, bay windows of all shapes

FULL HEIGHT + MIDRAIL 

 

Full Height shutters that are 1800mm or more tall, need to include a midrail for structural stability, under that height it is optional to include one.  A midrail looks particularly good in sash style windows found in many homes.  The bar can be set at a height to mirror the design of the original window if you wish. 

Key Features:

  • Available in all colours, louvre (slat) sizes and with either visible or hidden tilt controls

  • The tilt controls operate the top and bottom sections independently of each other

 

Suitable for:

  • All living spaces including living, dining and kitchens as well as the study and playroom

  • Rectangular flat windows, taller bay windows in Victorian homes

CAFE STYLE

 

Cafe Style shutters are also known as half height, they are designed to cover just the lower portion of the window.  This style of shutter gives privacy while allowing the sun to stream into the room from the top part.   

Key Features:

  • Enhanced privacy in the room

  • Accentuates the window features

  • Let in natural light at the top 

 

Suitable for:

  • Sash style  and bay windows

  • Homes close to paths and roads

  • A layered look by using blinds on the top part of the window

TIER on TIER

 

For rooms where you need privacy but want a lot of light during the day. Two sets of panels fitted directly above each other that physically open independently of each other, the sophisticated elegance of tier-on-tier style is ideal in windows that are taller than they are wide

Key Features:

  • Two sets of shutter panels, one above the other

  • Provides privacy and light at the same time

  • Stylish and practical

 

Suitable for:

  • Sash windows

  • Bay windows

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