Across various locations and property styles, our experts have the pleasure of installing shutters to some truly stunning homes. You will likely have seen our fleet of vans and minis during your travels around the London area – we’re hard to miss!
Newly renovated, this contemporary Kensington apartment is a wonderful example of the lovely properties that we measure and fit shutters to as stunning a finishing touch. On this particular project we were tasked to transform the windows in a modern bathroom and ensuite area finished in a timeless décor so the spaces will continue to be suitably luxurious for years to come.
There is no set formula for the best order of how to choose various design features of shutters as it is often dependent on where design priorities lie. Some clients begin their design choices with the shutter style, others material, and some focus on colour as the driving feature which will inform which direction they go on the material of their shutters. Here we delve into the various design features that have been chosen for these shutters.
The large shutters installed in the main bathroom have been manufactured in our waterproof material. Opting for all waterproof finishes ensures that the bathroom windows are water resistant down to the stainless-steel hinges. It is always recommended that shutters that may be exposed to water are manufactured in the waterproof finish non-waterproof shutter materials can become damaged or bloated if exposed to high levels of moisture.
- Material(s):Hardwood ShuttersPearlwood ShuttersSecurity ShuttersCraftwood MDF ShuttersWaterproof ShuttersAll Wood ShuttersUltra ShuttersSilkwood Shutters
- Style(s):Full HeightCafé StyleTier on TierSolid PanelsOdd Shaped
- Room(s):Living roomBedroomBathroomKitchenDining roomOfficeConservatory
- Range(s):Classic (64mm)In Vogue (76mm)Modern (89mm)
- Tilt rod style(s):Traditional (centred)Traditional (offset)Contemporary (hidden)
- Finish(es):White & off-white