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It’s not just about our impressive range of shutter styles and materials… it’s as much about how we take care of you, from the first contact to the finished result.

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Make light work with kitchen shutters

Thinking of transforming your kitchen with a new look and feel? Then why not consider shutters, a practical window covering that complements both contemporary and more classic décor.

If you find that your kitchen curtains or blinds are getting dirty, then plantation shutters could be the solution for you. Easy to clean, with a simple wipe of a damp cloth, shutters are the most practical of window coverings for kitchens. Stylish, as well as functional, shutters, complete the look of any room.

Humidity is often a problem in kitchens, and so at Shuttercraft, we recommend our Java range of shutters. Made from waterproof acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), they are made-to-measure for your space.

Because of the way that the louvres can be tilted, shutters are an excellent solution for kitchens, as they provide privacy. If your kitchen is overlooked by other properties, or you are street facing, you can go about your business in private without needing to block the view or the light.

Make light work in your kitchen with either café style or tier-on-tier style shutters. These styles enable you to easily open your top windows while keeping the bottom shutter panels closed for privacy. Open the panels or tilt the louvres for ultimate light control, while keeping your working space screened off from those passing your home.

Book a free, no-obligation appointment with a Shuttercraft in your area today and discover the many options available to you.

Kitchen shutters with Shuttercraft:
  • Easy to clean
  • Provide privacy
  • Fully water resistant Java range is ideal for humid kitchens
  • Café style or tier-on-tier styles offer great flexibility

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