Looking for shutters in Abingdon? Shuttercraft is transforming homes up and down the country, and you’ll be pleased to know that one of our shutter experts is right here in Abingdon.
With a national brand presence right here on your doorstep, you are just a phone call away from transforming your home with shutters throughout Abingdon and the surrounding area.
Throughout Oxfordshire, why not invest in a window covering that could breathe new life into your property, from a range of styles to suit almost every need.
We make light work for you in choosing the right interior window shutters for your space, offering free, no-obligation appointments when you can see our range of samples, obtain expert advice and get a survey for a competitive quote. Shuttercraft Oxford offers a local service in and around the town including places such as Abingdon, Banbury, Didcot, Radley, Standlake, Bicester, Chipping Norton and Witney.
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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Discover plantation shutters in Abingdon
Whether it is for a beautiful semi-detached property by the riverside, comfortable family home, Victorian townhouse or classic bungalow, plantation shutters are a versatile window covering that could breathe new life into almost any style of property. We work with our customers to help them find the right solution for their design choices and requirements.
With a variety of window shapes and sizes found throughout the area, our premium shutters and blinds are always made-to-measure, perfect for a range of placements. Meticulously crafted with precision for each customer, our range of internal shutters are ideal for throughout the home, providing much-needed privacy and light control, as well as additional insulation when closed.
Sustainably sourced materials are used in the manufacture of every product, making sure that the quality is of the highest standard every time, whether hardwood, MDF or waterproof ABS. There is a range of different colours and styles to capture your imagination, so no matter what style of interiors you are trying to achieve there’ll be a shutter just for you.
We offer free quotations along with free home consultations to ensure you only get the best product at a competitive price. As all our premium products are crafted just for your space, you can be confident they will look good as new for many years to come.
Located on the banks of the River Thames, the market town of Abingdon is located close to the city of Oxford, growing up around the Abbey, founded in Saxon times, but abandoned after the Dissolution of 1538. With the arrival of the Canals and the Railway, the town developed as a key link between major industrial centres and was home to the MG car factory for many years.
Bun throwing is a local tradition dating to the Coronation of King George III and continues to this day. As well as being a convenient market town, close to the A34, Abingdon is also known as the home of the renowned alternative rock band Radiohead, who met at school there, as well as being the home of drummer Philip Selway.
Being home to business, retail and industrial parks, Abingdon is proud to have a strong employment base, hosting a number of communication and IT companies such as anti-virus experts Sophos. Miele, the German-based appliance manufacturer, has a large presence in Abingdon, including their flagship Experience Centre, providing a more “hands-on” approach to shopping.
With a broad and varied history, there are many historic buildings and places of interest throughout the town. The County Hall Museum is run by English Heritage, and there are other period places of note such as the Guildhall, St Helen’s Church, Abingdon Bridge and abbey ruins (these are thought to be later replicas).