Plantation shutters can be a great addition to any room in your home, as they provide both aesthetic appeal and practical benefits such as light control and privacy. Here are some factors to consider when choosing plantation shutters for each room
Window size and shape: The size and shape of your windows will impact the type of plantation shutters you choose. For example, if you have large windows, you may want to opt for wider louvers to allow for more light and visibility. Similarly, if you have arched or curved windows, you may want to choose custom shutters that can be specifically designed to fit your windows.
Room function: Consider the function of each room when choosing indoor plantation shutters. For example, in a bedroom, you may want shutters that provide maximum privacy and light control, while in a living room or kitchen, you may want shutters that allow for more natural light and a view of the outdoors.
Style: Wood Plantation Shutters come in a variety of styles and finishes, so consider the overall style of your home when making your selection. If you have a more traditional home, you may want to choose shutters with a classic wood finish, while if you have a modern home, you may want to opt for shutters with a sleeker, more minimalist design.
Material: Plantation shutters can be made from a variety of materials, including wood, vinyl, and composite materials. Consider the durability, maintenance requirements, and cost of each material when making your selection.
Here are some facts we collected based on years of our industry experience
- Plantation Shutters is not 100% blockout, as lights leak from the gaps between blades and hinges.Extra layer is required to give your more blockout for bedroom, just ask our sale teams
- PVC shutters are ideal for any wet areas incl bathroom, toilet, kitchen as well as laundry due to its water resistance characteristics
- Aluminium shutters is only option for outdoor use due to its power coated technology
- For any panel width over 800mm, the wood plantation shutters is only option for indoor due to its light nature
- Certified PVC with VOC free guarantee can be used for any bedroom where clean air quality is required.
- PVC and Wood shutters when painted in white, have identical same look, you cannot tell the difference as they share the same shape parts
- PVC has better insulation than traditional wood shutters due to its hollow structure and reinforced aluminium core will trap air inside, and build a extra barrier