White Plantation Shutters In A Bow Bay Window Multiple Midrails
White Plantation Shutters In A Bow Bay Window Multiple Midrails
White Plantation Shutters Fitted To A Bow Bay Window
White Plantation Shutters With Two Midrails And The Louvers Closed Lit From Below
White Plantation Shutters With Two Midrails And The Louvers Open Lit From Below
Plantation Shutters Fitted To Bow Bay Window Lit From Below
White Plantation Shutters In A Bow Bay Window Multiple Midrails White Plantation Shutters Fitted To A Bow Bay Window White Plantation Shutters With Two Midrails And The Louvers Closed Lit From Below White Plantation Shutters With Two Midrails And The Louvers Open Lit From Below Plantation Shutters Fitted To Bow Bay Window Lit From Below

Basswood Shutters in Whyteleafe

Earlier this year our logistics manager John took some time out to fit a 7 sided bow bay window in Whyteleafe, close to Kenley Aerodrome.

This owner of the property was making a number of renovations to his home and during our home consultation we spoke about how he wanted his finished home to look. After presenting a number of options the client chose basswood shutters in a fixed frame, rather than bi-folding shutters, as this would give the shutters a more evenly spaced appearance from the outside.

In order to maximise the amount of light coming into the front room a hidden tilt rod and a wider 76mm louvre were chosen so there are fewer obstructions when the louvres are open.

Finally – we’re very big fans of the LED lights installed around the shutters that draw the eye and ensure the window is always lit. With the shutters closed it creates a cosy feeling but with the shutters open it gives the whole room a rather dramatic flare!