Selecting the right exterior shutter can reflect your own distinctive style and can dramatically increase your home’s curb appeal. After all, the home exterior is the first thing you, and all of your visitors, see.
Exterior Shutter Styles
Choosing from shutter styles is one of the easiest places to start. There are numerous options: panel or louver, board-and-batten or Bermuda, and even some combinations of these styles. There are countless shutter profiles available within each style—and surely the perfect one that can give your home a look that says, quite simply, “you.”
Exterior panel shutters provide a classic look while offering a wide variety of customization options.
You can further modify your shutter profile by adjusting the number and configuration of panel sections.
Whether you desire fixed or operable louver shutters, you’re sure to find something you love in our selection of louver profiles.
Plus, you can also customize the overall configuration, and even add an optional tilt rod.
Bermuda shutters, sometimes referred to as Bahama shutters, immediately conjure up images of beaches and relaxation.
Many customers have also used them as attractive, functional solutions for patios and sunrooms in a variety of regions.
Board & Batten Shutters
Board & batten shutters are a popular choice for certain architectural styles, such as farmhouse and cottage-inspired looks.
You can create your own design by adjusting the board width, choosing a different profile, and adjusting the batten placement.
As an iconic look for many homes with Arts & Crafts design, the Mission Style shutters are available in a variety of profiles.
Each profile has a personality completely unique from the others and can be further customized with a beautiful paint color.
The Combination Shutters are true head-turners as they offer a mix of panel and louver styles within the same shutter. The customization options are practically unlimited as you explore profiles, configurations, cutouts and more.
To create your own custom Combination Shutter look, simply choose the panel profile and louver profile you would like to combine. Then, choose a configuration. Two equal sections with a panel on top and louvers on the bottom are a common choice. However, there are also examples with three sections of louver/panel/louver, or a small panel above a larger louver section. The design is yours to choose, but a we are always available to help.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, that doesn’t mean we can’t build it. Or, if you have a unique design in mind, one of our consultants would be happy to assist with your order.