Sometimes referred to as furniture for the window, plantation shutters come in a variety of materials, paint colors, stain finishes, and slat sizes. Permanently mounted, full shutter panels can swing open as well as tilt. They can also be designed to only cover the lower half of the window known as “café-height.” Shutters offer architectural interest and have a timeless quality that can stand-alone or be layered with fabrics.
Interior shutters have a classic look on windows. Whether you choose traditional white, or darker wood stains such as, walnut, cherry, mahogany, shutters will add long term value and beauty to your home. Indoor home shutters have durable wood slats so they are likely to last longer. Real wood and faux wood shutters have various price points to satisfy every budget.
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Faux wood shutters are perfect for bathrooms and basements with high humidity concerns. If you have a coastal home on the Cape, faux shutters can be the perfect option. Faux wood shutters can be a cost-effective way to achieve a coastal look and feel. Shutter slats made with faux material are built withstand moisture. You can also choose from a mix of man-made and hybrid materials for the look of real shutters. Select from a mix of modern-day materials when choosing plantation shutters to easily upgrade your home décor.