The Harlequin collection offers both traditional and modern colourways to suit any setting. From the softest blue-green touch in Seaglass to the vibrant teal of Amazonia, from the pale pink tones of Positano to the eye-catching Pomegranate, there’s a colour waiting to create your bespoke look.
It can often be challenging to find the solution for a dining kitchen, and the bay window here adds to that. With our bespoke shutters you can rest assured they’ll fit even the most complex of spaces. The Full Height style really elevates the sense of space while the soft French Ochre adds just a touch of gentle colour.
Moodboards are an excellent way of seeing how different shades of similar colours work with each other, and with textures you may already have in your room.
Create a serene setting with shutters in a heavy cream, keeping colour to a minimum with these soft neutral browns in a broken pattern that doesn’t overwhelm the shutters or the room. These Full Height shutters in Innocent have just enough warmth from the orange undertone to prevent them from looking overly stark, helping to create a more relaxing setting. Our Buyers Guide tells you more about all our different colours of shutters.
I chose the Positano shutter colour from the Collaboration in Colour range, for several reasons; I could feel the quality and the weight of the louvre from the sample. The colour matched perfectly with my paint choice.
Floor to ceiling windows allow an enormous amount of natural light to flow in on the one hand, while on the other they can be a challenge in a bedroom, where there’s a greater need to manage the light. Crafted to it the unusual space, these Tracked shutters in Sketched provide a practical solution that brings a warm colour into the setting too.
With careful styling you can embrace a bold colour of shutter on both small and expansive areas of glass, as these tracked shutters in Brazilian Rosewood demonstrate. Keep additional colours to the bare minimum, such as this contrasting dark grey, and accessorise with a similar hue to allow the shutters to be the main focus of attention.
The soft shade of green in Succulent is a beautiful shade to wake up to, gentle and encouraging as you open the shutters to welcome the day. The café style shutters work really well in this bedroom, retaining privacy while allowing views out over the trees.
Teal is a bold colour choice and you can take advantage of its dual tones, pushing it more green or more blue to suit your setting. A moodboard is an ideal way to see how a colour reacts to another, to textures or to exiting fixtures and fittings for an overall look.
Design consultation: Working collaboratively with you in your home, your designer creates the specification for your bespoke Harlequin coloured shutters.
Technical consultation: Our installer visits your home to conduct a technical survey, checking all measurements and any additional considerations.
Shutter production: Your bespoke Harlequin coloured shutters will be made using high quality materials and techniques by our skilled craftspeople.
Professional installation: Our expert installers will precision for your Harlequin shutters for an exceptional finish.