We were very proud of this Stunning Plantation Shutters installation. A stone built house with very uneven walls, made it a very tricky installation. We made lots of measurements as always to ensure we found the exact sizes required for the neatest possible installation.
Wood Grain Shutters
a tricky installation
The walls were so far out that they would leave a very big area to fill in which we felt would be a little untidy. So we made the decision to make the shutters slightly too big on the width, which allowed us to cut into the plaster and mount the frame within the new width. this greatly reduced the walls defect and made for a stunning finish.
Shutter LHS Recess
Shutter in Recess
Shutter RHS Recess
The window sills had a very deep recess which was perfect for the panels, as they framed the window wonderfully. The Plantation Shutters were made from a light wood grain pattern, which offered both light and style to the room. The customer’s room already had wooden furniture in it, and the colour chosen matched it perfectly.
The resulting finish, I’m sure you’ll agree, looks amazing. Completely in keeping with the style of the house, it made a great addition to the home both inside and out. The effect was truly beautiful, whether the shutters were covering the windows, or opened back into the recess. The shutters themselves became the “feature wall” of the room, and all eyes were on them when one entered the room. We were very proud of this Stunning Plantation Shutters installation, and the customer was over the moon.