Our interior wooden shutters are constructed from high-quality woods and man-made materials which are painted or stained to order.
Louvered shutters have louvres or slats, controlled by a vertical tilt bar or rod to adjust their position and keep them in a uniform position. This is used to control the amount of light let into a room as well as visibility and (if the window is open) airflow.
Shutters with these operable slats are often described as either traditional shutters or plantation shutters. Plantation shutters, which re-kindle the colonial style of warmer climes such as Florida, South Africa and India normally have only two shutters per window and wide louvre slats.
Our wooden shutters can be designed as a full height shutter that has one shutter top to bottom of a window opening as well as tier-on-tier style. Tier-on-tier shutters feature separate shutters on each tier which allows the top level to be opened independently from the bottom level. Café-type shutters refer to wooden shutters that only cover the lower part of a window space.
Full height shutters can be made with a horizontal divider rail which separates the upper and lower portions of the shutter. With operable louvered shutters, this gives greater control as the slats above the divider rail can be operated independently from the slats below.