The kitchen is central in any home, a hub for all to come together to eat, drink, and socialise. This space is especially prevalent in family homes as an area to catch up on your day and link up as the dinner is being cooked.
As such an essential part of the home, kitchens have a unique design focus – a light and airy space with as much light as possible coming through is often the preference. As in other rooms throughout the home, shutters make a perfect window dressing solution thanks to all the great benefits on offer. Here are some kitchen shutters our team have recently fitted that show the amazing impact that this luxury window dressing can have.
In this modern kitchen space, grey wooden shutters have been added to tie in beautifully with the interiors and add an extra dimension to the design of the room. The painted grey shutter finish ties in wonderfully with the chosen colour scheme for the space and adds a great completing feature to the window. The choice of a tilt rod combined with a 64mm slat adds a classic touch to the shutter look and keeps a traditional element in an otherwise very contemporary space.
You could be easily convinced that these shutters have always been a part of this beautiful kitchen as they fit in so well with the overall structure. The Silk White colour maintains the clean yet warm look throughout the room and ensures that the shutters blend seamlessly into the space giving a blended effect. White hinges have been selected to match
The Craftwood MDF material chosen here is our entry level product and wonderfully combines luxury and cost efficiency in the shutter. 76mm slats allow for a perfect division of slats either side of the divider rail in panels. Choosing this style of shutter allows an additional versatility of slat control as top and bottom slat sections can be opened separately from each other.
The client has made a fabulous choice here to opt for without a tilt rod to keep panels looking smart and not too busy which can occasionally be a risk when features such as divider rails are included in panels.