It’s nearly Valentine’s Day so it’s time for us all to get romantic and lavish love and attention on our partners. But what about your home? Doesn’t it deserve some love too? If your window dressings are looking tired and dated, why not create a stylish new look with Thomas Sanderson’s classic wooden shutters.
Perfect for both traditional and contemporary properties, our beautiful shutters are custom-made to fit your window’s exact dimensions, no matter how oddly shaped it may be. As they are made up of adjustable louvre panels, the shutters allow you to maintain privacy without blocking out the light, help to eliminate harsh glare from the sun and reduce noise from the street outside. The clever fixed divider bars on the shutters can be used to separate the louvres into sections so that you can have a combination of louvres open and closed at the same time.
With so many colours, styles and panel configurations available, you’ll be spoilt for choice! Choose classic full height shutters to cover the whole window; they concertina open, quickly and easily. If you just want to dress the lower half of your windows, opt for flexible café shutters; alternatively, try our cleverly designed shutters for bay windows.
In addition to wooden shutters, we also offer LifeTime vinyl shutters specifically for rooms with high moisture or humidity, such as kitchens and bathrooms. Manufactured from hard-wearing, lightweight PVCu, they are waterproof, durable and guaranteed not to distort, crack, chip or fade. We’re so confident about the durability of our LifeTime vinyl shutters that they have an impressive 25 year guarantee.
All our shutters are built to last using only the highest quality materials and are made-to-measure so that you can always be sure of a perfect fit.
With our fantastic Valentine’s offer, you can buy 2 classic window shutters and get a LifeTime shutter absolutely free* - the perfect lifetime partner. Don’t miss out on this fantastic offer! Call today for your free, no obligation appointment with a locally based Thomas Sanderson designer.