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If your home has a more traditional style, our bespoke range of Solid Shutters could be the elegant choice for you. Available as full height, Tier on Tier, or a combination of both, these classic furnishings put you in total control of light, privacy and noise. An ideal choice if you are looking for a new statement piece to bring a room together.
Give your Wooden Shutters a bespoke finish with our selection of matte paint and wood stains. Our design consultants can guide you through choosing the perfect colour for your home.
If you are looking for extra peace and quiet, our Solid Shutters provide excellent noise reduction qualities with a seamless window fit.
Whether full height, tier on tier or café Style, our expert craftsmen will design to the nearest millimetre for minimum light and noise seepage.
Every one of our bespoke shutters are carefully handmade by our experienced experts, giving you an elegant finish every time.
With various options for your panel configurations, we will help you choose the perfect Solid Shutter combination to transform any room into your own personal sanctuary.
A solid shutter is different from traditional shutters in that they have solid wooden panels instead of louvered ones. Suiting both traditional and period properties at street level, solid shutters give you complete privacy and can also help reduce noise.
If you so wish, and depending on the size of your windows, you can combined solid with louvered panels to give you the flexibility and control of light in your room.
As well as a wide range of Wooden Shutter paint and wood stain colours to choose from, Thomas Sanderson also offer a colour matching service where our design consultants will guide you through choosing the perfect colour for your home.
No, none at all. When we provide you with our quote at our design consultation, this includes everything from making your order to your precise measurements, through to installation in your home.