Looking for window shutters in Stalbridge? The coverage of Shuttercraft helps transform homes across the UK, including right here in Stalbridge.
You can breathe new life into your interior spaces with a premium window covering in the Stalbridge area, whether you‘re looking to update your home or business property. Controlling the light differently enhances the character of your chosen room design.
Basing our solutions and advice on your requirements, at Shuttercraft, we can help you make the informed decisions to pick the right window coverings that finish your home design. Right from your initial contact to the completed installation of your shutters or blinds, we put you first, making sure that you are 100% satisfied with the final look.
Shuttercraft offers a local service throughout the Stalbridge area and surrounding parts of Devon and Dorset, such as Sturminster Newton, Guys Marsh, Pulham, Weymouth, Shaftesbury and Blandford Forum.
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.
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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.
Customers trust us all over the UK to provide a friendly, dependable service.
Discover premium interior shutters in Stalbridge
If you are looking for a classic hardwood finish, complementary fabric shade or even a printed roller with your own designs, at Shuttercraft we have the choices to help you find your sense of home style. Because we only supply premium, made-to-measure S:CRAFT products, we can confidently say that their aesthetic appeal is complemented by rock-solid durability.
In keeping with any period, and coming in a wide range of colours and shapes, our shutters are perfect for getting either that classic or contemporary look.
From premium solid wood to waterproof ABS and coated MDF, a range of shutter materials could complement your trickier windows. Whether that is a white PVC opening in a bathroom, a classic splay bay, or even a unique round porthole, we can offer a solution, without having to compromise on the shape of your existing architecture.
We offer a wide range of wood stain and paint colours, in addition to our custom colour option, allowing you to find a look that will suit your home. The variety of styling options is coupled with our great choice of optional extras to help make your window coverings as versatile as possible.
Beginning with a free, no-obligation, on-site visit, we always listen to your requirements and help turn your design ideas into reality. Book a free survey today to discover more.
Situated to the north of the Southern county of Dorset, on the border with Somerset, the small town of Stalbridge is bordered by the Bibbern Brook, a small tributary of the River Stour. The historic church of St Mary overlooks the town, and is largely based on a 15th century building, with the addition of a 19th century tower after the previous one was in desperate need of repairs.
The town is firmly in the geographical area of Blackmore Vale. As an area of hills, this means that the town lies largely on a gradient. There is more of a noticeable incline on the northern side of the town, with the church at the top of the hill, providing spectacular views from the top of the tower.
One of the most famous people with an association with Stalbridge is the writer Douglas Adams, best known as the author of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Much of the acclaimed book was written in his mother’s house in the town, a place she had relocated following an earlier life in Cambridgeshire and Essex.
Stalbridge was once the home of Stalbridge House and Park, a grand countryside home that was occupied at various times by different nobles, starting with the 2nd Earl of Castlehaven, Mervyn Tuchet. Passing into different hands throughout its history, it came into the ownership of the Marquess of Anglesey in 1822, who declared the property unfit for purpose and had it demolished, with the stone being used elsewhere in the town.
Whether you live in Stalbridge itself or in other local areas like Sandy Bay, Exton, Topsham or Otterton, there will be a shutter to suit your home and style. Get in touch with us at Shuttercraft and book your free home appointment today.
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