Shutters Cumbria

Shuttercraft helps breathe new life into homes up and down the country with premium shutters and blinds, so you’ll be pleased to know that one of our experts is right here in Cumbria.

If you’re thinking of creating a stylish new look for your space, why not pick up the phone and call your local Shuttercraft today.

We’ll help make choosing the right interior window shutters easy for your home, giving expert advice and no pressurised sales techniques, and a free technical survey for a competitive quote. We work with you to make it as easy as possible to make light work for you. Shuttercraft Lancashire offers a local service in parts of Cumbria, Lancashire and the southern Lake District.

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.

We’re trusted by customers all over the UK to provide a friendly dependable service.

Discover plantation shutters in Cumbria

Whether you ‘re looking to update your home or business property in Cumbria, you can breathe new life into the space with a window treatment that enhances the character, such as tier-on-tier wooden shutters.

Window shutters in stylish bays, covering patio doors or used as room dividers, can be the perfect choice regardless of whether you live in an apartment or modern house. They look great with almost any interior design, but will also provide privacy and light control, as well as additional insulation when the panels are closed, helping keep your home warm during winter months.

We are shutter specialists at Shuttercraft, rather than window treatment generalists, so only supply the very best products on the market, made-to-measure just for your home. Window designs vary greatly in Cumbria, so the flexibility of individually crafted shutters is essential.

Just as beautiful in a Victorian bay or Georgian sash style windows, ideal for large expanses on tracks or even crafted with precision for unusual shapes, there is a shutter for almost every situation. No matter what colour, material, configuration or size, we can find a shutter solution that we know you’ll love for years to come.

About Cumbria

The rural county of Cumbria is most famous for being the home of the Lake District National Park, a World Heritage Site recognised by UNESCO and generally considered one of England’s finest areas of natural beauty. As well as inspiring vistas for walkers, campers and leisure tourists, the area has also been the home of a range of artists, writers, and musicians.

The area was home to the Langdale Axe Factory during the Neolithic period, and important site of stone axe production. Stone from this site has been found across Great Britain. There were also many stone circles and henges built across the county at that time, making it a key area for ancient field monuments in England.

During the Industrial Revolution, and in the following years, the key Cumbrian towns of Kendal, Keswick and Carlisle all became mill towns, with textiles, pencils and biscuits among the products manufactured in the region. The Georgian and Victorian eras gave Cumbria a national focus, with Lake Poets such as William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, living among the lakes and mountains of the region. Later, children’s writer Beatrix Potter also became a major landowner in the area, granting much of her property to the National Trust when she died.

Cumbria is the most north-western county in England, bordering onto Scotland and consists of six districts (Allerdale, Barrow-in-Furness, Carlisle, Copeland, Eden and South Lakeland), and is thought to have a population of just under half a million. There is a large amount of land owned by the National Trust in Cumbria, which helped in the formation of the Lake District National Park in 1951, which remains the largest National Park in England.

The county council motto is the Latin phrase “Ad Montes Oculos Levavi” and is based on Psalm 121; (“I shall lift up mine eyes unto the hills”).

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