Made to measure shutters can truly enhance your windows and home...

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Blinds fade, curtain fabrics go out of style – but shutters are a style choice that has never gone out of fashion. Take a look at why there has been a shutter renaissance…

Light up your life

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When it comes to window coverings, you have plenty of options. Blinds and curtains both have their fans but come with numerous drawbacks. Curtains often need replacing once they fade or go out of fashion, while blinds are difficult to clean or are often made of materials that don’t protect the inside of your home from UV rays. That means faded furniture and carpets. Blinds aren’t user-friendly either. We’ve all had to untangle the strings that control them or undertake the endless and tedious task of wiping them clean. Shutters, by contrast, are easier to use, more durable and perform at a higher level, while letting you take control of the light in your home.

Style and performance

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Window shutters – also known as interior shutters – have panels that can be controlled individually, meaning you can tweak the light levels of your home to suit you. On a hot day you can have the windows open, but the shutters will still let you have privacy while allowing air flow. It’s this versatility that has led to their recent boost in popularity. Whether it’s in interior magazines, on websites or your favourite designer’s Instagram feed, there’s plenty of visual proof of the style impact shutters make.

The bespoke difference

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Kerb appeal, low maintenance, reduction in heat loss – there’s lots to love about window shutters, but are they right for you? Luckily, award-winning experts such as London Interior Shutters can guide you through the entire process. Their bespoke approach means that no two shutters are the same and allows you flexibility, whether you’re building a new home or undertaking a renovation. The wide range of colours and different louvre sizes means you can have shutters that blend perfectly with your windows, whatever the type.

Get in touch to find out more about the hand-crafted finish, free installation and the timeless, transformative effect of quality window shutters.

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