Our products are produced only from the highest quality materials. In case you are unfamiliar with these types of shutters let us give you a brief summary of their history and benefits.
These shutters were originally designed in order to provide an external window covering by those living in hot and humid climates. These days, Plantation Shutters are used as environmentally-friendly interior window coverings because of the many advantages they provide. For a start, they offer an unmatched versatility in light and ventilation. They also provide a degree of privacy which is just not possible with conventional curtains or blinds.
The Portland Range offers shutters made from yellow poplar, which is commonly known as the American tulip tree. Despite being a robust and smooth hardwood, it is still very light in weight. These durable wooden shutters are available in a variety of grain shades and paint colours to achieve a designer finish.
Phoenix shutters are made from a lightweight hardwood called Parasol. Its design allows for relatively wide openings without having to resort to top tracking. The Phoenix Range can be used for large (tier on tier) installations where weight would eliminate the option of using Seattle, or similar weighted, shutter panels. There are a number of colour match options to choose from.
The Vancouver Range uses Western Red Cedar which is finished in its natural state as staining would waste the full effect. These shutters are sorted into natural and medium natural finishes to leave a stunning impression. Vancouver shutters are used extensively in loft-style apartments, barn conversions or anywhere where a natural look is required.
Seattle shutters, which utilise an engineered timber product (Low Density Fibreboard), are extremely durable, maintenance-free and very strong. These window shutters offer a wipe-clean surface and are suitable for any kind of room.