Our experts recently undertook an installation in this lovely London home, and the client's design choices really show how small design differences can be a smart way to ensure the shutters are suited for each room.
There are many options available in shutter designs and it can feel like a difficult choice when choosing which is best throughout the home, especially when each room has a slightly different décor. So to achieve the best option for each space whilst maintaining cohesiveness room by room, many choose slight variations for each window as has been done here.
Despite some details including shutter material and colour shades varying, some design options have been used consistently across all of the shutters.
All of the styles installed throughout the property cover the full height of the window with 76mm selected as the favoured slat size. This is the middle size of our standard slat sizes so is a great mid-point making for great distribution across the slats and light control through the shutters.
The tilt mechanism for the slats is hidden which sees an additional mechanism built into the panel so that slats can be controlled by simply pushing one of the slats in the section.
Whilst different white tones have been selected as we see below, all fixings attached are white to match each shutter finish. It is very common for fixing colours to be chosen to match the overall finish to allow them to blend seamlessly.
Our entry level Craftwood MDF material has been used for the shutters in this bedroom. Craftwood is a brilliant choice for children’s bedrooms because of the robust and durable nature of the material. This makes the shutters less exposed to accidental damage, and with all the fun and play time to be had, concern about the shutters doesn’t need to be on anyone’s mind.
Finished in a silk white, this paint colour is one of the two most popular colours in our range – providing a depth and warmth to the white in the room.
Three panels make up the configuration on this window with T-Posts hidden behind and added for structural support. The full height panels have a hidden break which allows for slats in each of the single panels to be moved in two parts but without a visible line to do so.
- Material(s):Pearlwood ShuttersCraftwood MDF Shutters
- Style(s):Full Height
- Range(s):In Vogue (76mm)
- Tilt rod style(s):Contemporary (hidden)
- Finish(es):White & off-white