Full Height, Cafe Style, Tier on Tier?
Updated: Jun 18, 2020
So, you’ve decided on investing in shutters! Great call, but how do you decide on what style will suit your home best? We have created an easy guide to run you through each style and their benefits.
Full Height Shutters
Undoubtedly our most popular style. Full height shutters are a great alternative to curtains or blinds as a full window covering. They offer a timeless, chic look to every room.
Popular in living areas and bedrooms. They are perfect for windows located on busy streets. Their design makes them great for blocking out unwanted noise or light and keeping your room completely private from onlookers on the street. They are also great insulators to keep your room cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Full height shutters are not only reserved for windows, they are a fantastic option for doors in the lounge or kitchen or can be used as room dividers.
Café Style Shutters
Café Style shutters are a great option for clients who want privacy and light in equal measure. They cover the bottom portion of the window while leaving the top clear.
They work particularly well in rooms that are not overlooked by other houses or busy streets. A popular choice for kitchens, dining rooms, lounges and home working spaces.
Tier on Tier
If you are undecided tier on tier shutters offer great flexibility. The upper and lower shutter tiers are controlled separately, meaning you can allow light in the top while keeping the bottom portion closed to maintain privacy or light control.
Tier on tier shutters work great in sunny rooms, preventing screen glare while allowing light in from outside. Tier on Tier shutters have a timeless and classic look, making them suitable for Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian homes, but their versatility makes them a great fit in most homes.