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Adding new window treatments to your home can change the entire look of your room, and one of the most popular choices is hardwood shutter.
Interior shutters bring enduring style to your favourite rooms with advanced materials and finishes that resist swelling, shrinking, and warping, ensuring you’ll be able to enjoy the distinctive beauty of custom shutters for years to come.
★★★★★ Rating: 5/5 Plantation Shutters in Newcastle Upon Tyne have become so popular for 3 main reasons: practicality, ease of maintenance and gorgeous design.
Check out our video from a recent installation of bi-fold wooden shutters. Tracked shutters are the ideal solution for large window areas like garden entrance from your kitchen or living room.
One of the main advantages of wooden shutters with Tilt Rod positioned at the centre is that they require very little maintenance. They look very sophisticated and with the right colour they will complement the architecture of your home.
Tier-on-tier window shutters are designed to cover the entire window with independent opening top & bottom panels, giving you complete light control.
Blackout shutter blinds are made for rooms that require almost total darkness. They a cost-effective way to reduce the amount of light in your room.
Dorma shutters are often the best solution to keep the sun out in those tricky places where normal curtains are not easy to install. Shutters on dorma windows are also much easier to maintain and clean.
Hardwood angled plantation shutters with hidden tilt rods not only look stunning, but they give you full control over how much light enters your room.
Today we want to share some photos from most recent installations of Bay Window and Bi-folding Shutters. Classic white, wooden plantation shutters are the best design choice that will improve and compliment the design of any room.
This installation of large Arched Plantation Shutters in Yarm was a treat! They are the best choice to dress arch windows and to achieve total privacy! And as our customer said, they add personality and style to their living room.
After the summer, winter weather seems gloomy. Brighten up your kitchen with lovely white shutters?! Our wooden plantation shutters will make your kitchen look glamorous too.
Circular plantation shutters are the ideal style statement for any round window inside your home, no matter the size. Check out the BEFORE and AFTER photos.
Box bay windows are becoming more and more popular for sleek fitting shutters that brighten up a room and offer superb privacy.
Today we would like to share photos of two white shutters installations that we completed in North Shields. First of homes located in Marsden Estate has been decorated with several sets of white wooden shutters…
Too hot in the summer? Or perhaps it is too cold in the winter? Shutters from Victoria’s Shutters offers are the perfect solution for any conservatory.
★★★★★ Rating: 5/5 – Custom shaped shutters from Victoria’s Shutters will create a unique atmosphere in your room. Ideal for attic with residential area to block too much sunlight and create nice shade. Our plantation shutters are in a class all of their own.
Café Style Shutters are an essential piece of décor in any traditional home where style meets the functionality. They will bring sophistication to your home allowing you to regulate the amount of light in your room.
Chic and beautiful. Hardwood plantation shutters are ideal for those with a passion for perfection. Hardwood shutters are made of high-quality wood that not only looks elegant but will also awe your friends and family who visit your home.
★★★★★ Rating: 5/5 – Review by Victoria. Bi-fold shutters will beautifully complement your bay windows and doors. They will reduce the heat and act as a simple form of air conditioning. Our plantation shutters will also protect you against an unwelcome eye peering from outside.
One of the most recent installations that we had the pleasure to complete was in High Heaton. On the bottom floor, the client has chosen cafe style plantation shutters. The idea was to block the view of peering eyes from the sidewalk and allow some light inside the living room at the same time.