Are you thinking of enhancing the appearance of your home by
installing shutters over your doors? If so, then use these tips to decide which type of shutter is right for
As you begin the selection process for your new door shutters, a good place
to start is with the material. You will find that quality shutters are
available in a range of materials, with natural wood and synthetics being
two of the most popular choices. Keep in mind that natural wood shutters
are often lighter in weight, long-lasting, and solid in structure, while
synthetic options tend to be waterproof, faster to build, and more cost-effective.
The color of your shutters will make a big impact on their overall appearance.
Many homeowners choose to match their shutters to the door frame. By doing
this, they can create an impressive, structured appearance. Although pairing
like colors for the door frame and shutters is a popular option, you can
design something more dynamic by choosing a color that contrasts the frame,
but matches your furniture or flooring. Also, if you have cabinetry or
other shutters that share the same room, then consider matching the color
of your door shutters with these features.
Finally, you will need to select a style for your shutters. The design
that you choose will have an impact on both the function and appearance
of your door shutters. Most shutters come in either a louvered or paneled
design. When it comes to shutters for doors, however, they are usually
a movable louvered design, which allows their panels to be opened so you
can see outside or let natural light into the room. Plantation shutters
feature wider slats than traditional shutters, and they are a popular
choice for door shutters due to their beautiful structure.
Bay Home & Window offers high-quality doors and
plantation shutters in the Bay Area. To learn more about interior shutters or to schedule
your free consultation, please call us at (800) 701-4555.