Wooden 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 privacy, light, and temperature. And they bring the innate beauty of wood to your house!
You can choose between two types of wooden shutters in Atlanta. Reclaimed wood shutters are a new shutter product, launched in early 2016. And stained wooden shutters are a traditional choice for shutters.
What is the difference between stained wood shutters and reclaimed wood shutters? And which works better for your windows?
Wood shutters are constructed from hardwood that is solid and durable. Choose from an array of wood stains and paints to complement your existing décor, floor, and furniture.
These wooden plantation shutters come in varying louver sizes: 4.5”, 3.5”, and 2.5”. The louver size Georgians prefer the most for wood shutters is 4.5” because it gives you the most access to the view, and it’s the easiest to clean.
Control for light and privacy by adjusting your wood shutters using a tilt rod. Tilt the wooden louvers upward to block as much light as possible. Shift them downward for more light and view.
Certified reclaimed wood shutters are a new interior wood shutter in Atlanta, provided exclusively by Sunburst Shutters & Window Fashions. The wood these shutter louvers are made from was part of barns, buildings, and fences. Their weathered look brings the charm of nature to your house.
Reclaimed wood colors vary. That’s because of how the elements affect the wood. Colors might include shades of brown, black, gray, and beige. You might notice 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.
The shutter louvers are 3.5” wide. And you can tilt the louvers using a tilt rod.
We’ve mounted our fair share of wooden shutters in the past 40+years. So we’ve gathered a sample of work we’ve done into an image gallery for you to scroll through online. Find inspiration for wooden shutters, Atlanta!