Indoor Wood Shutters

Indoor wood shutters gives the look of fine furniture. It has natural warmth and beauty of wood enhanced with a choice lustrous stains perfectly matched to the wood furniture and moldings in the room.



Wood shutters is the oldest type of shutters still available. The only shutter that preceded wood is marble which was very quickly replaced by wood being a more practical solution.

Wooden shutters are known for its exceptional craftsmanship and timeless appeal which makes them a true investment.

But most people choose hardwood shutters for its heirloom-quality which lasts a lifetime.

The best wood shutters are those made of Basswood, Alder, Cedar, Pine or Poplar. High quality shutters are constructed with a method called Dovetail construction which relies more on a crafted, tight fit between two components to lock them together, rather than on glue.

Ideally wooden shutters are finished in natural wood colors and are also sold in unfinished wood to allow you to match it exactly to the wooden components in the home. The wood is first sanded and a stain and clear finish is applied.

Painted wood shutters allow a variety of colors so that the shutters can be color coordinated with the home decor. Special care is taken when the shutters are hand sanded and the layers of paint are sealed by kiln drying. If these professional paint methods are used these quality painted shutters will not lose the warmth that wood shutters provide.

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As you can see indoor wood shutters are used in a variety of settings where they always manage to add beauty and architecture to the home. Just look at the windows below to see what wood shutters can do to your home.

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