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Choosing The Right Shutters For Your Home

If you’ve been thinking about the benefits of window shutters for your home, you could be overwhelmed by the number of different styles, and unsure about which is best for your home, and different rooms.

Whether you want to add an extra layer of insulation to your windows, or your curtains are looking drab and your want a change, then window shutters are ideal.

Full height shutters are perfect for large windows, covering the entire window, providing elegance and privacy. They’re perfect for most homes, and can also be used as room dividers and to dress doors also.

The full panel construction means they are excellent for blocking out light and also reducing external noise, which is ideal if you live on a busy road.

Full height shutters with a mid-rail also help to separate the upper and lower Louvres, creating a windowpane effect.

Café style shutters cover only the bottom half of a window, leaving the top clear, allowing all the natural light to enter the room, while still providing the level of privacy you need. This makes them perfect for kitchens or bathrooms, providing you don’t have overlooking buildings nearby.

If you require maximum adaptability, the tier-on-tier shutters are what you might need. The upper and lower shutters can be opened and closed independently of each other, allowing you to fully control the light in the room efficiently.

For those sunny days, when the sun is glaring in through the south-facing windows, there is more option to control the shutters, without having to plunge yourself into the gloom by only being able to close the entire shutter, which makes them perfect for the lounge or office, reducing screen glare.

Whichever style you choose, they are a smart and stylish investment to your home, that will attract the envy of your friends and neighbours, eye-catching even from the outside of your home.


Talk to our experts today for more information about window shutters in Brighton.

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