Looking for shutters in Banbury? 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 Banbury.
From right here in Banbury through places such as Oxford and Bicester, Shuttercraft’s network covers right across Oxfordshire. You are just a short phone call away from transforming the spaces you love.
Contact Matt and the team today and you can take the first step to a new look for your interiors and exterior appearance. Interior window shutters can make a real difference and complement your existing design choices, or alternatively complete a more comprehensive renovation project.
We make light work of helping you choose the right shutters or blinds for your home. We offer a free home appointment, with a technical survey and quote, and no obligation to buy. We’ll show you samples, materials and colours to help you make an informed decision at your own speed.
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.
We’re trusted by customers all over the UK to provide a friendly dependable service.
Discover plantation shutters in Banbury
Throughout Banbury and the local area, homeowners have begun to see the beauty of crafted wooden shutters, transforming their spaces with the character that new window coverings can bring. Wood stained finishes are an elegant choice, but brilliant white continues to be the most popular, giving a fresh, modern appeal.
Made-to-measure shutters are a beautiful choice for any home, but are also a practical solution, fitting almost any window, including special shapes, gable ends and portholes. Giving you control over the levels of light filtering into your home, shutters also add privacy, and provide additional insulation when closed, helping keep a home warmer during cooler winter months.
Whether you choose a product in hardwood, MDF or waterproof ABS, you can rest assured that we only use premium materials that are responsibly sourced and crafted to incredibly high standards. There is a range of diverse colours and styles to inspire you and suit your interior designs, so whether you’re trying to create a contemporary or classic look, you can rest assured there will be a choice just for you.
We believe in letting the quality of our shutters speak for itself, so don’t rely on pushy sales techniques, but make sure that we offer the friendliest service to help you determine your design choices.
Located on the banks of the River Cherwell, Banbury is conveniently close to the M40 and has proven to be a key location for British battles throughout history. The Battle of Edgecote Moor (1469) during the Wars of the Roses, the Battle of Edgehill (1642) during the English Civil War, and the siege of Banbury Castle (destroyed in 1648), all happened within the local area.
Now a major centre of coffee processing (at the Jacobs Douwe Egberts facility), Banbury has been a market town for hundreds of years, once home to the largest cattle market in Western Europe. The motor parts industry also has a key presence in the town (such as with Prodrive and Arrival). As of April 2016, the town had one of the lowest unemployment rates in the UK.
Known for the nursery rhyme, “Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross”, the town’s monument is now a Victorian gothic-style replacement, as the originals were destroyed by Puritans in 1600. Due to the rise of commerce in the town, coupled with the development of the Oxford canal, there are a number of period properties in the centre of Banbury, with newer properties continuing to be built on the fringes.
1970s TV personality Larry Grayson was born William Sulley White in Banbury, although was put up for adoption after just 10 days, before moving to his new home in Nuneaton.