Interior wood shutters are a window treatment known to be sturdy and durable. You can easily access the window by opening the shutter panels. The shutter louvers let you control light, temperature, and privacy. And they bring the innate beauty of wood to your home!
Homeowners can select one of two types of interior wood shutters in Boston. Reclaimed wood shutters were introduced in early 2016. And stained wood shutters are the traditional shutter of choice.
How are stained wood shutters and reclaimed wood shutters different And which is a better fit for your décor?
Wood shutters are made from hardwood that is solid and durable. You can select from a variety of wood paints and stains to match your existing furniture, décor, and floor.
Plantation shutters made from wood are available in three louver sizes: 2.5”, 3.5”, and 4.5”. The most preferred for wood shutters in Boston is 4.5” because it ’s the easiest to clean and allows you the most access to the view.
Adjust your wood shutters for light and privacy with a tilt rod. Tilt the wooden louvers upward to allow less light in. Shift them downward for more light and view.
Certified reclaimed wood shutters are a new interior wood shutter option in Boston, brought to you exclusively by Sunburst Shutters & Window Fashions. The shutter louvers are constructed from wood that was part of barns, buildings, and fences. Bring the charm of nature into your house with the weathered look of these wood shutters.
Reclaimed wood colors vary greatly. That’s because of how the elements affect the wood. Colors can include shades of black, gray, beige, and brown. You might see color variations within a single louver, and each shutter panel. And these wood shutters have knots, marks, and holes that are natural in reclaimed wood.
And you can adjust the 3.5” shutter louvers with a tilt rod.
We’ve installed our share of interior wood shutters in the past 40+years. So we’ve gathered examples of our work into a design gallery for you to browse through online. Explore designs for wooden shutters, Boston!