Shuttercraft Stafford Cafe Style Shutters

Shutters Brocton

Looking for window shutters in Brocton? Right across the wider Stafford area, Shuttercraft offers a diverse range of products that transform windows and homes, including here in Brocton.

Stylish shutters and blinds add a new flavour to any home design, so if you’re considering a new look for your space, why not pick up the phone and call us to book your free home survey today.

Whether you are trying to create a modern or classic look in your home, we can guarantee you will find something to love for your window, door or opening.

Shuttercraft Stafford provides local services in and around Brocton, Rowley Park and the wider Stafford area, including Walton-on-the-Hill, Milford, Baswich, Weeping Cross, Queensville and Moss Pit.

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 Brocton

At Shuttercraft, we make the steps easy for you to choose the right shutter styles that make the most of your Brocton home or business. Whether you’re trying to push the traditional village look, or something altogether more contemporary, we know you’ll find a design to love from the shutter specialists in your area.

Available in a range of materials, such as premium hardwood, waterproof ABS and versatile MDF, shutters suit a range of home requirements. They come in a broad choice of 23 standard painted and 27 stained colour choices, as well as a custom colour option, so you can get the right shade to suit your designs, no matter how ‘out there’ they may seem!

Shutters also go much more than their stylistics, letting you get the light levels just right in your space, and also add an insulating layer to your windows when closed, helping keep your home warmer during the winter months. They can add kerb appeal to your Brocton property, and increase its privacy, an important factor for 21st century living.

There are a diverse choice of styles to choose from, such as the popular full height, vogueish café style or practical tier-on-tier, and there are also a diverse selection of louvres and hardware allowing you to customise them to suit your tastes.

With such a wide range of great quality interior window shutters on offer, contact Shuttercraft Stafford today to make an appointment for your competitive quote.

About Brocton

Described as being one of the most affluent areas in Staffordshire, the village of Brocton is located just to the South East of Stafford and can be easily accessed by road via the main A34 Cannock Road, which runs into the neighbouring town.

Describing itself as the Gateway to Cannock Chase, the village made the national news in 2013 when a team of volunteer archaeologists unearthed a model reconstruction of the battleground of Messines, crafted by German prisoners of war during the First World War. Covering around 35 square metres, the scale model included details such as buildings, streets and even trenches of the Belgian town.

During the First World War, the sleepy countryside village of Brocton and the wider Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty saw an influx of people and activity due to an Army Training Camp. One of several in the area, Brocton was one of the sites visited by a young J.R.R. Tolkein when he did his training, and travelled around the region to visit his new wife Edith, who moved into the village of Great Haywood in 1916.

On Coppice Hill, on the outskirts of the village, is a memorial to Freda, the Harlequin Great Dane mascot of the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, who were based in the area. Serving in both France and Staffordshire, Freda is said to have provided comfort to troops on the front, and in the infirmary as troops suffered from the global influenza pandemic of 1918.

Whether you live in Brocton itself or anywhere in the wider Stafford area, 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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