We Have the Color, Size and Style to Complement Any Room for Any Occasion!
Shutters offer a traditional elegance that transform ordinary windows into amazing interior highlights. Shutters are available in a versatile selection of wood, hybrid materials and polysatin compound construction, are well-crafted window treatments with long-lasting and durable finishes. Shutters come in all shapes and sizes, and give any room a classic plantation look.
Real hardwood shutters are plantation-style shutters created from real wood and use dovetail construction, making them both strong and durable. They can be stained or painted to match any type of décor. Wood shutters can have an individual artistic technique applied to enhance their look, such as: Glazed, Glazed & Burnished, Classic Distressed, Heirloom Distressed, Rustic and Textured. Real wood shutters are the classic, traditional choice to bring warmth and richness to any room.
Polysatin shutters are plantation-style shutters designed with UV resistant polysatin compound. This type of material resists warping, cracking, fading, chipping, peeling or discoloring — regardless of the extreme heat or moisture conditions. They come in limited colors, resist denting and scratching, and never need painting or staining. Polysatin shutters are exceptionally strong because of their interior aluminum bracing, and are are well-suited for kitchens and baths.
Hybrid shutters are plantation-style shutters that blend the beauty of real wood and modern-day materials to create both a beautiful and long-lasting window covering choice. Depending on your budget, shutters can be expensive, so for the value-minded, hybrids are a great choice. They come in limited colors, have the look and feel or real wood, and have the dove-tail construction for long-lasting durability. Hybrid shutters make any room look stunning, and cost less than real wood shutters.
Here are some of the options:
Bypass Track – shutter panels slide past each other on top tracks to open and close.
Bi-Fold Track – allows up to 6 panels to be hinged together. Panels are connected to a top track, which supports the panels and guides their folding movements.
Hinged Panels – panels are hinged both together and to the window frame using T-posts in the center of the opening to increase design possibilities.
Front Tilt Bar – standard operating system on shutters, our centered front tilt bars enable the louvers to be closed tightly up or down in the traditional manner.
Rear Tilt System – barely visible from the front. To operate, simply tilt one louver to the desired position, and the rest will follow.
If you’re considering shutters, we encourage you to call us at 314-808-3440 for a Free Design Consultation. We will bring samples to your home, and answer any questions you may have.