6 Great Choices of Shutter Materials
With the Summer here, and the temperatures soaring we like to enjoy the lovely long, lazy days (if you have the luxury of not being at work!!). It's always nice to be outside in the sunshine, but unfortunately, it can make for uncomfortable temperatures inside, especially if you have a conservatory that can be one step away from an oven!
But never fear, help can be at hand in the form of beautiful, versatile window blinds. We look at the top blinds for keeping you cool in Summer here.
Now let's explore our shutter materials and what benefits the variety of shutter materials can offer you.
The ANTIGUA is our entry-level product manufactured in MDF covered in the patented coating. Due to its weight, it is not suitable for larger unsupported window installations.
The BERMUDA is a painted MDF that provides the shutter with a more natural finish than the standard product and more closely resembles the finish of a hardwood shutter.
Real hardwood shutters at a cost-conscious price, our CUBA range is fantastic value. Aesthetically beautiful in both painted or stained finishes.
Our FIJI range is ideal for today’s trend towards natural textures and relaxed washed interiors.
JAVA is made from Hard-wearing ABS is 100% waterproof so it’s ideal for bathrooms and other wet areas.
Our SUMATRA range is manufactured from S: CRAFT’s White Teak and is of the finest quality timber.
Made with care and finished to perfection, S: CRAFT products are of the highest build quality, with craftsmanship guaranteed for 3 years.
Larch, Bass and CedarWood shutters include a custom colour option.
For an additional fee, you can select from a much larger range of colours than standard, providing thousands of alternatives; or, S: CRAFT can colour match any swatch you provide.
The right choice of louvre size is essential to creating the perfect look.
S: CRAFT offers six options, including a solid shutter version and a special S-Shaped louvre for ultimate light exclusion.
When choosing your louvre size, it’s really down to personal choice and you’ll need to decide which size best suits your project while allowing the louvres to be opened without making contact with your window.
Your S: CRAFT surveyor will be able to help you make that decision.