With their good looks and versatility, shutters are a timeless trend. They introduce more privacy and intimacy to rooms and also provide valuable insulation.
Our shutters collection is an inspired choice of contemporary styles, shapes and finishes that will add an exciting dimension to any scheme.
Pick from an extensive colour palette that includes a huge choice of gorgeous painted, stained and natural finishes. Or if you prefer to unleash your own innate style, choose a custom colour option and explore the tones that suit your decor.
Each shutter is bespoke and made to measure to reflect the individual architecture of the window, from the size of the louvre light down to the colour of the hinge, and fitted by our highly specialist team to the most exacting of standards.
So whether you enjoy contemporary modern living, have a period home or a cool city pad, we can help you find a stunning design solution that meets your specific needs.
What are they: Two sets of panels, one on top of the other that operate independantly of each other.
Pros: Extraemely versatile, giving excellent privacy and light Control.
Cons: Not suitable for all windows as they can look too busy.
Best for: Bedrooms and dinning rooms.
What are they: Panels that cover only part of the window.
Pros: Cheaper than full shutters and let in more light. Gives a lovely continental feel.
Cons: Less draught proofing – more a decoractive feature thank practicle.
Best for: Popular for privacy in urban areas
What are they: Our most popular option, full height panels cover the whole window. Quite often full height shutters will have a divider rail so you can operate the slats above and below it independently to control the light accordingly.
Pros: Great insulation, privacy and noise control.
Cons: There aren’t any.
Best for: French or patio doors and tall windows but are sufficiently flexible to be adapted to any window.
What are they: Bespoke panels to fit unusual and awkward shaped windows.
Pros: Make the most of unusual architecture. Give a clean and interesting alternative to curtains or blinds.
Cons: Can be more expensive.
Best for: Any unusual shaped window.