3 Key Benefits of Indoor Shutters

3 Key Benefits of Indoor Shutters

WORDS Gina Dionisio PHOTOS Courtesy of Plantation Shutters

In the world of interior design, few elements are as timeless and practical as shutters.

Shutters are incredibly versatile and add sophistication to any home, whether you’re looking for a touch of privacy or grand windows drenched in sunlight.

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✖ LIGHT CONTROL AND PRIVACY Shutters are the perfect solution for a too-warm room. Installing shutters on the north-facing side of your home allows you to control the amount of light that enters your room while optimising it for the rest of the day. You can also use shutters to provide privacy and regulate the amount of light and airflow. Split louvres will allow you to keep the top half open while closing off the lower section.

✖ AESTHETIC ENHANCEMENT Shutters have a practical purpose, but they also serve as a design element. They add texture and depth to your interior and create a focal point for any room. They can be used to hide unpleasant views by keeping them closed with louvres angled, while still allowing light and air to circulate. Shutters enhance the aesthetics of any space with their clean lines and light filtering through.

SECURITY BOOST Security and fresh air can coexist without compromising one another. While some people may not want to install bulky and unsightly burglar bars on their windows, they still desire the freedom to keep their windows open. That’s where security shutters come in. They provide the necessary safety and peace of mind, allowing you to leave your windows open with confidence.

Expert Tips

  • Consider plantation-style shutters for a versatile, timeless look that suits various design aesthetics.
  • Adding personality to your space with different finishes or colour options

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