Interior shutters can be built for different sizes and types of windows in your house. But not all interior shutters are alike. There are a number of different kinds of shutter to to pick from, and different options within those categories with regards to material, louver width, and beyond.
Let's look at the various options available for indoor shutters, and how each one can add to your home.
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Plantation shutters in San Diego
are the most desired type of shutters because they allow in the light easily when open, keep out the outside temperature when closed – and exude elegance no matter if open or closed.
The wide louvers are one of the features that set plantation shutters apart from other window treatments. The louver sizes range from 2.5” to 4.5” wide. These larger slats give you more view from your window and bring more light into your room. Linking each louver together, the stiles are the solid vertical parts of the shutter panel, allowing for the movement of the louvers in unison.
Made from a premium synthetic wood substitute, Polywood shutters
won’t warp, split, crack, or chip. The beautiful paint on these indoor shutters won't lose their vibrancy when the sunlight touches them because of our unmatched paint that’s baked onto each shutter and infused with UV stabilizers.
are teak and are available in an array of stains to match your existing wood trim and furniture.
Reclaimed Wood shutters
are crafted from wood that was at one time a part of fences, barns and other structures. Each piece of wood is unique, and together they make a shutter that’s not only functional, but also a beautiful work of art on your windows.
The most recent addition to the Sunburst family, Studio Shutters
are a classic style plantation shutter that has the same clean look as our Polywood shutters. With slightly fewer add-ons than other plantation shutters, Studio shutters are a great choice for homeowners who want to stay within a budget with their window treatments.
Traditional Colonial Shutters
If you want smaller louvers and a traditional look, colonial shutters are an older alternative for San Diego.
Their louver sizes typically range from 0.75” to 1.25”.
Between us, plantation shutters are the preferred shutters in San Diego. When it comes to shutters that showcase beauty and are energy efficient, louver size is key. Whereas colonial shutters are built with smaller louvers, Polywood and Ovation plantation shutters – which are built for beauty and energy efficiency – are your best choice. And note: larger louvers are a piece of cake to clean and adjust.
Are the differences in shutters somewhat clearer now? If you want any help with finding the perfect shutter fit for your San Diego home, call Sunburst Shutters San Diego at 760-405-8887
for a free design consultation today.