Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Shutters explode in popularity

Shuttercraft Henley is the regionâ??s leading plantation shutter retailer and offers a local service supplying and installing the UKâ??s premier range of S:CRAFT made-to-measure interior window shutters.

Shutters have experienced an explosion in popularity in Henley and the surrounding area, due to their wide ranging aesthetic appeal, superior light control features and ability to fit just about any window or door no matter the size, shape or complexity.

This makes them a  desirable window dressing for both period and classical homes and modern and  contemporary houses, plus local businesses find that shutters help create a stylish and ambient atmosphere in bars, hotels and restaurants.

Indeed, plantation shutters are an incredibly versatile window covering and offer many unique benefits over more traditional window dressings such as blinds and curtains, including  outstanding light and privacy control options through  operable louvres, and panels which can be opened and closed independently to help control the light and privacy levels within a room. The bottom panels can be closed to provide privacy at eye level â?? ideal for homes next to busy roads and pavements or if overlooked by other houses â?? while the top panels can be left open to allow light into the room.

Shuttercraft Henley offers a made-to-measure supply and fitting service and is  therefore able to find a bespoke shutter solution to fit every window, door and requirement, from simple square and rectangle  windows to more complex bay windows, room dividers and special shaped windows, including arches and  triangular gable ends.

Shuttercraft Henley offers the widest range of shutter materials, louvre sizes and options, including a custom colour matching service to the UKâ??s leading paint  company colours.

Give them a call today on (01491) 699 573 to discuss your window covering  needs and arrange a complimentary consultation, survey and quote, or visit

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