Shutters to suit all installations
The made-to-measure nature of shutters enables us to manufacture them in many different sizes, shapes and angles to suit practically all interior design requirements. For information on the different shutter styles available please continue reading or view our gallery for visual representations.
Full height shutters are possibly our most sought after shutter style. Shutter panels run the full height of the window or door. One control mechanism is fitted to each panel, or should you wish to utilise the privacy bar (mid-rail) then the panels will be split into separate operation louvre sections.
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This style of shutter suits a more traditional surrounding and offers no further light control than either the shutter being open or folded back, or if you want to shut out the light, closed. The shutter panel has no louvres but can look striking against the right interior.
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This quintessential British feature has always been a problem for normal window furnishings but now with shutters you can finally show off your architecture, rather than hide it. To complete the beauty of your bay window shutters we manufacture bespoke shutter frames to suite any bay window including 3, 5, 7 window splay bays or 90 degree/box window bays. This enables you to open up your room and really utilise this beautiful feature.
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As its name suggests Café style shutters replicate the half height privacy accorded to customers sitting by a café window. The lower section is shuttered allowing privacy and light control to be regulated whilst the top section lets the light into the room, keeping it bright and airy throughout the day.
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Tier-on-Tier offers the same practicalities as the Café style shutter installation but with a second tier of shutters situated on the top half of the frame. Both top and bottom shutter panels can fold away or be kept in situ.
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Two track systems are currently available from S:CRAFT, By-Pass and Bi-Fold. Both function exactly as their names suggest. Bi-Fold shutters simply concertina together as you draw the panels along the tracks. Your surveyor will work with you to ensure the panel widths do not impede into the room, however the amount they impede will be down to the panel width chosen and the design you are after.
Our By-Pass shutters also operate on a track, generally situated to the top of the frame and on the bottom a small unobtrusive nylon guide is placed to keep both panels in line, enabling a perfect shutter panel slide.
Ask your retailer about our extremely versatile free floating system that allows pairs of shutter panels to be slid along the track allowing for much more versatile configurations of tracked shutters.
Where would you use these? Large window runs, cupboard doors, room dividers, wardrobe doors.
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A very common feature in our British homes French Doors can often look bland and let down the whole look and feel of a room. Plantation shutters have always been one of the most stylish ways to dress French doors and other doors with glass inserts and this is why we have specifically designed shutters to fit French Doors. We can even adjust the frame to cut around the door handles (French Door Cut-Out), something that only a made-to-measure shutter could offer.
A shutter covering is unobtrusive, as the shutters move with the door.
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When an architect designs specific features in a building they do not necessarily think about window furnishings. However, no matter the shape or size of your window we are sure that we have a shutter solution to meet your requirements. By opening up these features with shutters you immediately get control of your surroundings as well as an increased living area. Our special shapes include triangles, trapezoids, arches and port holes. And the amazing benefit of our shutters is that this is a functional solution rather than just a window dressing.
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Plantation shutters are used in the conservatory for their great looks and functionality. Fitting plantation shutters to the glass panels is the very best way of reducing the glare of the sun, whilst allowing the maximum amount of daylight into the room.
Conservatory plantation shutters can be fitted to match exactly with the shapes, sizes and angles of the sheet glass panels that make up the doors, windows and ceiling of you conservatory. In this way, they can very effectively guard against blinding sunlight, from whichever angle it comes.
When in the open position, the louvered slats allow in plenty of natural light. Their clean, straight lines echo the shape of your conservatory and since each lightweight but hardwearing slat is supported at either side, it will not sag in the middle and will remain very neat and precisely aligned.
Wooden plantation shutters are also very versatile and need not be in place the whole time. They can be slid to one side when not in use or for ease of glass cleaning
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