Shutters are a fantastic way to boost your bathroom to new levels both in design and practicality. Here are some recent examples of customers who took their bathroom to new heights and transformed them into luxurious spaces by adding shutters to the windows.
This modern, geometric, black and white bathroom is unique in design with the individual tiles providing a pleasant mixture of patterns so that the room has a truly special décor.
Tier on Tier style shutters like those installed here are a very popular choice thanks to the extra versatility that they provide to a space. Many find this convenient in bathrooms where the Tier on Tier style has been chosen instead of a café style as top panels can be opened whilst bottom panels remain closed to allow plenty of light to shine through into the space yet maintaining the desired levels of privacy in the room.
Because the shutters are made in our waterproof material, they can be splashed without concern of becoming damaged over time as they are specifically manufactured and finished to be protected in any instance that water hits them.
The Pure White colour links directly into the white of the tiles so makes for a wonderful match in the shutters. The hinges for these shutters are different to the white colour of the panels as the stainless steel finish is required to ensure every part of the shutter is fully waterproofed.
Without a tilt rod function means that with the help of an internally built mechanism, the slats are controlled by simply pushing a single slat in the section allowing all of the slats to follow suit.
This bathroom has a simplistic white finish across all aspects of the room so the addition of the warmer silk white with matching hinges has added an additional depth to the tone into the room to help the shutters stand out as their own individual element.
As these shutters are located a little further out from splash risks from the sink and shower, the homeowner decided to have the shutters made in our Craftwood MDF as an alternative to the waterproof. Though MDF is not waterproof, the polypropylene coating that surrounds the MDF does still offer a good level of water resistance
The 76mm slat size in the ideal middle ground of our standard sizes and gives a great distribution of slats in the full height shutters with a single slat section added.