Our Types of Shutters
We are happy to be able to provide you with a superb array of shutter types and styles. All shutters in our range are expertly designed and are fitted by our highly qualified team. From quotation to the final product we strive to provide you with a personal experience, keeping you fully informed every step of the way.
Unsure which shutter style will fit your space? Whether it’s home, office, shop or restaurant please read on and if you would like to get in touch with us for a recommendation please use our contact form here or give us a call today on 01462 860 042.
Cafe Style shutters cover the lower portion of the window, leaving the top clear for maximum light exposure. They are a great choice for rooms which require privacy over light reduction. Cafe style plantation shutters are perfect for ground floor rooms that perhaps get overlooked from passers-by or vehicles and therefore require full privacy. By having privacy in the lower half of the window, the open top half can let sunlight into the room.
Tier on Tier shutters cover the entire window and have independently opening top and bottom panels. This means you can have full and flexible control over light and privacy. A practical and stylish choice, tier-on-tier shutters have top and bottom panels that open independently for great control over light and privacy. The downside to tier on tier shutters is the amount of framing across the centre of your window. We would recommend you view our hidden split option as an alternative.
Conservatory shutters are the perfect solution for your conservatory. They are typically made using our kiln-dried solid hardwood to be able to withstand temperatures. Unlike fabric window coverings, shutters can be fitted at splayed and right angles, this is perfect for fitting both your conservatory windows. Having shutters expertly fitted to your conservatory ensures you always get the perfect level of light and protect yourself from excessive heat.
Total privacy? Yes, please! Full height plantation shutters easily let light in, or block it out based on your preference, due to their simple panel configuration, providing fantastic privacy for your home. Adding a layer to your windows, shutters are also a great form of insulation, helping retain heat during the winter. You can split the full height shutter with our hidden split or a mid rail to enable privacy when needed to your lower half of window.
Maximising the space of your room. Where curtains and blinds can be drab and dull, bay window shutters really shine. Not only are you able to make a bold, beautiful feature of your bay windows, but you’ll gain more space too. Best of all, they’re made to measure any shape of bay you have, so you can enjoy style and light, in equal measure.
Plantation shutters are the traditional name for internal shutters. We have many different materials to suit every room in the home. These Louvred blinds sit inside their own frame, drilled to your window sill or door frame. The louvres can be tilted from fully closed to fully open, and angled anywhere in between, allowing you to control light, privacy and airflow to the room.
How much is a good nights sleep worth? If you or your family struggle to sleep due to light pollution, this option is the best blackout solution on the market. Unlike regular blackout blinds, the blackout shutter and shade combination has an integrated room darkening blind it sits snugly in its own channel, eliminating almost all light bleed from outside. As the frame overlaps the blind, you get a beautifully designed shutter to suit your interiors, as well as a stylish shade too.
Whether a triangle, arch or circle, we can shape shutters to fit your space. Whatever the shape, you can enjoy a premium, made-to-measure shutter system that fits both the space and your sense of style perfectly.
We supply & fit blinds in all these locations; Ampthill, Biggleswade, Bedford, Hitchin, Letchworth, Shefford, Stevenage, Stotfold as well as across Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire. You can contact us on 01462 860 042, or via the form on our contact us page. Make sure you’re following our Facebook and Instagram for regular service updates.