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Where Should Shutters Be Placed?

Adding shutters to your windows can instantly improve the look and feel of any space in your home. They can brighten the setting, introduce new visual interests, and from practical functions such as managing light and controlling temperature. But, as we all know, not every environment is created equally. With some climates being hotter and more humid, and others with their own challenges, it's essential to choose the best fit for the job.

Where shutters should be placed, Hunter Douglas Heritance® Hardwood Shutters near Seminole, Florida (FL)

If you're wondering where you should place your new shutters, our experts at National Window Fashions are happy to help you learn more about our three unique styles.

Living and Dining Rooms

Living rooms and dining areas are perfect places for Heritance® Hardwood Shutters. These timeless pieces are made from 100% natural hardwood, meaning you can count on their durability and beauty for years to come. During the manufacturing process, Truemill® dovetail construction is utilized, and since this is one of the strongest methods for holding panels together, you can count on an impressive performance from the moment they are put into place. Plus, each one of our shutters features a special Integra™ Finish for enhanced beauty and surface durability.

One of the many benefits associated with these shutters is that you can choose between various control options. The louver tilt without a tilt bar opens and closes the louvers with a single tilt, while the bi-fold track will enable you to open the shutter panels. Once you stop by our showroom, you can learn more about sliding shutter panels, front tilt bars, and standard hinged panels. Then we can help you decide on the best new addition to your home’s living or dining room.

Bright Windows and Rooms

As we previously mentioned, some settings require different materials. Whether you're redesigning a bright space prone to moisture or heightened levels of traffic, consider NewStyle® Composite Shutters. These shutters, which are available in eight colors, are ideal for rooms that fall a bit outside the norm. Regardless of the environment, these Hunter Douglas offerings will always provide the performance of a vinyl shutter while exhibiting the appearance of genuine hardwood.

If you're wondering where you can place these shutters, you can consider a range of options, as these composite shutters are suitable for all kinds of environments. On top of traditional windows, these are great for arches, bay windows, and French doors. This means you won't have any limitations when redesigning your home.

Kitchens, Bathrooms, and the toughest places

Finally, for kitchens, bathrooms, laundry areas, and sunrooms, consider our water-resistant Palm Beach™ Polysatin™ Vinyl Shutters. These are standout window coverings because they can withstand extreme conditions effortlessly. They are made specifically to stand up to heat, moisture, and more, so these are the perfect shutters for any tricky locations.

And, when it comes to color selection, you can choose between a range of calming neutrals, such as Bright White and White Silk. This means these shutters can efficiently work alongside any decor you already have.

Ready To Learn More?

To find out more information, stop by our showroom. You can find us at 8710 Seminole Blvd in Seminole, FL. Our phone number is (727) 397-8770, so don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. Our service area includes Clearwater, Pinellas County, and the Gulf Beach area. Contact us today to get started. We look forward to hearing from you.