Stylish Window Shutters
Instantly update your home's curb appeal with window shutters.
Window shutters are the perfect way to add pops of personality and color to your home.
Brightly colored window shutters give this neutral town house a needed style boost.
Guess what's behind these closed shutters? (Hint: It's not a window.) Shutters can be fixed inside a false opening to help achieve symmetry on a home's exterior.
Introduce pattern and color to a flat exterior. These board-and-batten shutters (flat boards butted together and held in place with a batten to make a solid surface) are painted in a bold red-and-black design.
New double-hung windows can be raised to let in sea breezes; likewise, the aluminum louvered shutters can be closed to protect the glass from storm-force winds.
These cottage-style windows have a top sash that's shorter than the bottom—making them appear taller. Paneled shutters are outfitted with operable iron hardware.
Board-and-batten shutters lend a more relaxed feel than louvered ones.
Four sets of French doors, each flanked with 10-foot louvered shutters, stand in for front windows and blur the line between indoors and out.