Looking for window shutters in Ilfracombe? The quality of service provided by Shuttercraft is growing in popularity throughout Devon, including right here in Ilfracombe.
At Shuttercraft, we only supply and fit premium quality interior shutters and blinds. It is easy to tap into our expert shutter advice, get a free quote with no hard sell guaranteed, and by the end of a free survey with us, you’ll be able to make informed decisions about the right products for your property.
Call us today to book your free home survey and take the first step to transform your home with stunning window shutters or our range of complementary blind designs.
Shuttercraft Devon offers a local service in and around the area, including Combe Martin, Woolacombe, Barnstaple, Exmoor, Tiverton and Bideford. Due to our extensive coverage across the county, you’re never more than a phone call away from starting the process of breathing new life into the spaces you love.
Shutter styles to suit every room
See plantation shutters and the wide range of window shutter styles available today from your local Shuttercraft, and we're sure you'll find something to fall in love with.
Whatever the shape or size of your windows and openings, you can rest assured there will be a range of shutters to suit your interior.
Trusted window shutter service
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.
Customers trust us all over the UK to provide a friendly, dependable service.
Discover stylish internal shutters in Ilfracombe
Whether trying to achieve a modern or classic look for your home, you’re guaranteed to find a style you’ll love for your window, door or opening.
Complementing our range of stylish window blinds, shutters are suitable for even the trickiest windows, including special shapes, patio doors, and bay windows. We can even discuss with you potential options around skylights.
We use sustainably sourced materials in all of our ranges, ensuring the quality is of the highest standard every time, whether hardwood, MDF or waterproof ABS. There is a broad variety of colours available, too, from a standard range of neutral and contemporary shades, as well as a custom colour option, for homeowners looking to create a more striking look.
Increasing insulation through your windows and shutters creates a barrier against heat loss, helping your house stay that little bit warmer and consequently impacting your energy bills.
Whether you live in Ilfracombe itself or surrounding areas such as Lynton, Braunton, Croyde, Lee and Appledore, there will be a style of shutter to suit your home. Get in touch today and discover some of the best window shutters Ilfracombe offers.
Overlooking the expanse of the Bristol Channel, the seaside resort of Ilfracombe on the North Devon coast is nestled in a natural harbour surrounded by cliffs. Due to its location, Ilfracombe was an obvious place for a maritime community to thrive, with the local economy being dominated by herring fishing for many years. Under the reign of George III, Ilfracombe was also the home of a significant naval presence, including many key officers.
Since at least the mid-17th century, a light has been displayed from the 14th-century St Nicholas’ Chapel on top of Lantern Hill to guide ships entering the harbour. The use of the chapel for worship purposes stopped during the Reformation, and it was converted into a cottage that fell into a state of disrepair before renovation in the 20th century.
Next to the Promenade at the town’s seafront, the Landmark Theatre is an iconic building, sometimes affectionately referred to as “Madonna’s Bra” due to the twin conical structures. Next to the theatre is the town’s museum, set up in the 1930s in a late Victorian building, containing some local history items and more unique exhibits such as pickled bats, shrunken heads and two-headed kittens.
Ilfracombe is one of the only places left on the UK mainland that still provides a ferry service to the scenic Lundy Island. Located off of the Devon coast, the tiny island is home to around 30 people, as well as a puffin population, melanistic rabbits, a distinct breed of wild pony and even an endemic type of cabbage unique to the British Isles!
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