Plantation shutters continue to be one of the favorite types of window treatments among homeowners – they just never go out of style! Not only are they budget-friendly, and versatile enough to fit with almost every décor, they can increase the resale value of your home.
Many homeowners are able to finance them into their home’s purchase price! This is because plantation shutters are seen as a good investment and normally stay with the home when it’s sold. This is because plantation shutters normally stay with the home when it’s sold.
The Spanish introduced shutters to the Americas. Large plantation homes in the South often used the wider louvered style shutters, giving them their name. Plantation shutters add an architectural detail to your home’s interior besides providing privacy and light control. Shutters offer the ability to manipulate the individual louvers into the up or down position. Shutters can cover any window or door, let in as much or as little light as needed and serve as a spectacular accompaniment to any fabric top treatment. Full of character, shutters are durable investments that can enhance a home’s resale value.
Plantation shutters are a great choice for clerestory and transom windows and can be customized for arched windows of any shape and size.
Why choose plantation shutters for your home?
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Heritance® Hardwood Shutters
These plantation-style shutters are crafted from real wood and use dovetail construction for maximum strength and durability. Available in a large selection of stain and paint finishes.
NewStyle® Hybrid Shutters
The value-priced NewStyle® hybrid shutters are plantation-style shutters that blend the beauty of real wood and advanced modern-day materials to create a stunning and durable window covering for any room.
Palm Beach™ Polysatin Shutters
Our Palm Beach™ Polysatin™ shutters are plantation-style shutters constructed with UV resistant Polysatin™ compound, so they’re guaranteed never to warp, crack, fade, chip, peel or discolor, regardless of extreme heat or moisture.