- Full Height Shutters:
Basswood of furniture grade is used to make these. Insulation, noise reduction, and protection are some of the benefits of full-height panels that cover the entire window. Most commonly used on patio doors and tall or French windows, these shutters can be modified to fit any window.
- Tier-on-Tier Shutters
Two sets of panels, one on top of the other, operate independently, allowing the shutters to cover the entire window while keeping the panels independent. These shutters are perfect for kitchens, bedrooms, and dining rooms as they provide protection while still allowing light and air in.
- Café Style Shutters:
These are window panels that only cover a portion of the window, letting light in at the top and providing protection at the bottom. They're very popular in continental cafes, and they're great for rooms that don't get much light.
- Special Shape Shutters
These shutters are the perfect way to highlight your home's unique architectural features. These shutters are custom-made to match round, oval, and oddly shaped windows, among other items. They're great for bringing out the best of uncommon architecture in your spaces.
- Tracked Shutters
Wide patio doors and bi-fold doors, as well as room dividers, are suitable for tracked shutters. These sliding shutters that slide along a track and concertina back and forth can be folded back to reveal the whole view of the outside.
- Solid Shutters:
Insulation, stability, and room-dimming are all advantages of these solid wood panels that cover the entire window. These shutters are suitable for period properties and bedrooms as they provide excellent protection and light access.