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Shutter Louvre Sizes

TILT OPTION

The tilt rod generally runs down the centre of the shutter panel and is used to move the louvre. It can be offset though to one side of the panel to give a cleaner look.  

                     

Or you can opt for our Easy Tilt option which gives a completely uninterrupted view of the shutter and is used mostly in tracked shutters across a large window or door. Simply lift or lower one of the louvres with your fingertip and the rest will follow suit.

TIER ON TIER

Two sets of panels, one on top of the other that operate independently of each other. Pros: Extremely versatile, giving excellent privacy and light control. Cons: Not suitable for all windows as they can look too busy, for example in a bay.  Best for: Bedrooms and bathrooms.

 

    

FULL HEIGHT

Most popular, full height panels cover the whole window. Quite often full height shutters will have a divider rail so you can operate the slats above and below it independently to control the light according to your needs.

Best for: French or patio doors and tall windows but are sufficiently flexible to be adapted to any window.

 

  

SOLID STYLES

The solid raised panel shutters are options only for the Phoenix, Carolina and Vancouver ranges. 

Great for homes where road noise is an issue and also security.  The shutters can be used daily but we generally don't pull them back into reveal boxes.

Solid Raised
12mm thick centre panels with 28.6mm x 41mm stiles

 

          

Shaped Shutters

Fan Circle Single Square

Half Round & Elongated & Eyebrow:

Quarter Round / Circle / Triangle / Hexagon / Octagon charge:

Sunburst at Top with Divider Strip, Sunburst at top with T Post & Sunburst Panel with Frame:

 

Multi Panel Angled Arched

Arched and Angled:

French Door Cutout:

CHOOSING SHUTTERS FOR YOUR CONSERVATORY

The best conservatories are those that can be used all year round so maintaining a comfortable temperature is a must. Shutters are a fantastic addition to a conservatory making it a room for all reasons and seasons, whatever the time of year. They can be used in the roof and the sides of the conservatory to give perfect light control and the simple clean lines of shutters will give a contemporary edge that oozes chic appeal.