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Window shutters are an easy and inexpensive way to bring you outside your home and decorate it. A window shutter is often a sturdy window covering typically consisting of a large frame made of solid wood and horizontal wooden rails. Mounting within this large frame is louvers, slats, fabric, wood or any other material that may be attached to the frame itself. The most common materials used for window shutters are vinyl, wood, PVC, and aluminum. Each have their own advantages and disadvantages when compared to the others.I strongly suggest you to visit Shuttercraft Henley, Henley-on-Thames to learn more about this.


The best choice in window shutters is usually going to be a louvered type shutter that consists of solid wood panels installed horizontally across the top of a heavy and sturdy frame. Louvered window shutters are very simple yet effective in giving you a nice clean look. If you are interested in a more elaborate and ornate type of shutter, then a vertical panel that is composed of wood and/or metal louvers set within a wooden frame will give you a very nice classy and traditional look. The most expensive kind of interior plantation style wood window shutters that you can purchase are usually made from materials such as leather and faux wood.

The overall cost of interior plantation style wood window shutters is somewhat higher than the less expensive types of exterior shutters that you can purchase. This is due to the materials and the amount of time that it takes to install them. There are several companies out there that offer ready made window treatments that you can purchase and install yourself. In most cases, these types of window treatments are more affordable as they are mass produced. In order to save money on your purchase of window treatment, it is wise to find a company that offers discounts when purchasing their products, especially if you will be installing them yourself.

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Shuttercraft Henley
Chiltern House 45 Station Rd, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 1AT
Phone: 01491 529 810