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Shutters Blinds

Window shutters have been a defining trait for generations. Whether they were panels or louvres, they had a big impact on the house’s usefulness and appearance. Before the invention of the light bulb, house shutters let the perfect amount of sunshine into a home. They provided the ventilation that passed through prior to air conditioning. Shutters in the closed position were the only option for homeowners to gain privacy from the outside world before shades and blinds. Let’s look at some more information on shutters blinds with Mastercraft Shutters.

Why Choose Mastercraft For Your Shutters Blinds

If you’re looking for a new look for your house, you should consider picking out shutters from our Horsham-based company. We offer a custom installation service with precise measurements, innovative design methods, and skilled installation. Our top priority is to offer people the best shutter service possible, no matter what their needs are. 

Don’t make DIY shutters – Our knowledgeable shutter experts have years of experience in the industry and will help you find the perfect shutter for your home.

What Are Plantation Shutters?

– Classic Window shutters

A plantation shutter is a stylish, low-maintenance alternative to other window and door coverings. Additionally, plantation shutters have many advantages over blinds and curtains. Plantation shutters are now much sought after as a fashion statement in addition to its traditional uses of enhancing privacy in a home, enhancing security, and filtering sunlight into or out of a space. Interior designers and homeowners seeking to enhance the beauty and value of their homes tend to use plantation shutters.

Plantation Shutters are also known as “real wood shutters”

The interior wooden shutter range from Mastercraft Shutters are crafted from materials of the highest calibre. Our interior window shutters come in a variety of colours and patterns to match practically any interior colour scheme. No matter how old a property is, wooden shutters bring elegance.

Shutter styles

We have a variety of window shutter styles at Mastercraft Shutters to accommodate a wide range of uses:

Shutter Blinds for Windows

Full-height shutters – Full-height shutters are window shutters with a panel that covers the entire window from top to bottom. They can be installed as a single louvred panel that swings open and shut on one or two hinges, or they can create a concertina effect that is best suited for big window or door sections.

Solid panel – The old Victorian window treatments are what inspired solid panel shutters. They have no louvred or slatted panels and are composed of solid wood. They look classy and attractive and are the best choice for insulating against heat, noise and adding darkness to a space.

Tier-on-tier shutters – Tier-on-tier shutters cover your whole window, just like full-height shutters do. The top piece is separate from the bottom, which gives you the option to fully open the top half for additional light while keeping the bottom half covered for privacy. The top panels can be opened while the bottom ones are kept closed to provide privacy at the bottom and an abundance of light through the top half.

Café-style shutters – Café-style interior shutters allow you to keep your home private, but without completely obscuring the view. They move upward from the bottom of the window to a position that is far enough away from other people, generally located near the middle rail. They’re also perfect for complementing curtains or blinds you may have already installed.

Bay window shutters – Bay windows are frequently found in Victorian and Edwardian-styled homes because they are made to let in a lot of light. Window shutters are often used with bay windows because they add a touch of style, and they can also help to improve the look of the home.

Door Shutters

There are many excellent options for plantation shutter installations when it comes to French doors, patio doors, bi-folding doors, etc. Modern homes are increasingly turning to patio doors for their sleek exterior transition and shutters can meet many of the same needs as curtains and blinds, with added functionality like temperature control and privacy. Shutters can be attached to the doors, on a track system, or hinged for window-like functionality.