Floor to ceiling windows are a striking feature and these solid tracked shutters not only look beautiful but are also very practical. In beguiling Sketched from our Harlequin colour shutter collection, the use of the tracked style makes operation of the shutters easy despite the height.
With our custom colour service we can colour match our Burley and Rockbourne shutters to a selected palette from both Farrow & Ball and Little Greene for a truly unified look in your room.
Solid shutters offer full privacy, noise reduction and elegance with a traditional finish, and are ideal where light reduction is a priority. They are also an excellent way to increase the energy efficiency levels within a room, offering good heat and insulation properties. Read our buying guide to read more.
They’re a perfect way to control heat loss and improve energy efficiency as we’ve been able to keep the heating off for longer.”
You may think that Solid shutters are too heavy looking for a relaxed lounge but it’s all about the colours and textures you bring to play too. These shutters in Cloudy Skies bring a lightness of colour that balances out the solidity and works with the stronger colours in the accessories.
During your design consultation, your designer will visit you at home and will work with you to understand your specific needs. Together, you’ll create the perfect window solution for your home and they’ll arrange a thorough technical survey to ensure that precise measurements are taken for your products.
Traditional knowledge and expertise are abundant in our skilled craftsmen and used to the utmost in creating beautiful shutters but they equally embrace modern technology and tools in your shutter production, bringing the two worlds together for the best result.
Shutters are long associated with period properties as there's a real timeless charm about their appearance. A classic style, it can nonetheless work in more modern homes with updated versions such as the combination shutter.
With skills and knowledge gained over the years of creating bespoke shutters, our craftsmen strive to ensure your quality shutters are the highest quality, ready for installation.
Our precision crafted Solid shutters dim the morning light in this country chic bedroom, and are the ideal combination of practicality and beauty.
Featuring solid panels that block the light and reduce noise when closed, solid shutters are a great solution for draughty windows. Traditionally a Full Height shutter, Tier on Tier or a combination of solid and louvred shutters put you in greater control of light and privacy.
Discuss your requirements and view shutter samples with a design consultant who'll help you create a vision of your Solid shutters and give you a quote
When you're ready to proceed, an installer visits to conduct a survey, verifying precise measurements of your window for a full account of the shutter space
Using the highest quality materials, our skilled teams create your made-to-measure Solid window shutters
Your installer returns to fit your shutters and talk you through anything you need to know about your Solid window shutters
Shutter cost depends on the size of the window and your designer will give you a no-obligation quote. Our solid shutters are available in solid wood only.
The cost depends on the size of the window frame and your designer will give you a no-obligation quote. Our Solid panel shutters are available in wood only.
No. Solid shutters are, as the name suggests, a solid panel. Plantation shutters are louvred shutters, which can be tilted to allow the light to flow in.
As long as the windows are large enough, our skilled experts can probably craft your Solid shutter panels in any room. Because they're made only from hard wood, they absorb sound and insulate your room, and their elegant looks make a true focal statement.
Yes, wooden shutters are an excellent way to insulate your windows and increase the energy efficiency of your home. Because they are a panel rather than individual louvres they offer the greatest insulation benefit of all the different shutter types. And as they're made to measure they'll fit precisely at your window, with no gaps to let the warm air out or the cold air in plus research shows that shutters can reduce heat loss by up to 36%. Originally used in draughty traditional Victorian houses, which often featured sash windows, they were the ideal solution to stopping draughts while also reducing as much light and heat loss as possible.