The plantation shutters options we can provide for homes in Hampton, are:
– Mimeo: Composite Plantation Shutters
(hard PVC with a Metal Core within the panel frames – for added stability)
– Classic: Wooden Shutters made of New Zealand Douglas Fir Wood;
– Select: Hard and Shock Resistant Wooden Interior Shutters made of Ash Wood. These are shock resistant and provide the unique look and feel of a brushed wooden surface.
Composite plantation shutters have become a piece of fine window cover. They are more than a standard window cover. Shutters are an example of a homeowner’s discerning style and sophistication.
Shutters do not offer BLACKOUT on their own. The size of the louvre impacts the amount of light coming through. Smaller lamellas means there will be more of them per panel height. More lamellas means more potential gaps between slats and shutter frame. This will allow some more light come through. Bigger lamellas means less gaps per panel height. It’s worth considering larger slats for the shutter panels facing the front of the household.
Our wooden plantation shutters can come with integrated blinds.
These are used to block as much light as possible. An alternative being solid-panel shutters too.
The final lamella choice should be influenced by the preferred design as well. Not to mention, panels widths play an important role as well.
There are quite a few options and scenarios to consider. Our Design Specialists attending your house visit will be able to discuss with you about the optimal configurations.
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