Shuttercraft believes that with shutters, whether they are plantation, full-height, tier-on-tier or cafe style, white is always timeless. However, when it comes to choosing the right white, there are several complexities involved. That’s why Shuttercraft has released a new style advice report, ‘White Shutters For Windows – 5 Tips To Help You Choose’, that focuses on the main points that any homeowner should consider before selecting white shutters for their home.
More information is available at https://www.shuttercraft.co.uk/blog/tips/selecting-white-shutters-for-windows/
Although Shuttercraft believes white is the most timeless shade for home decor, they also know that in 2023 it is particularly in-fashion. As a recent article on House Beautiful described, “white is the key to individual style” in 2023, with both warm and cool neutrals taking the top colour trends for the year.
Shuttercraft’s design team is also having a white moment in 2023, and they agree that in addition to being crisp, clean and visually attractive, white is the most versatile shade. However, as their new style report explains, not all whites are alike. As such, homeowners who are thinking about getting white shutters will need to think about both the interior and exterior shades that are already featured in their home–including other whites–that their new shutters will need to either harmonise or artfully contrast with.
Accordingly, Shuttercraft is proud to announce that they also have 30 new paint colours for their window shutters, including a vast selection of new whites they recommend for their light, airy quality, timelessness and understated elegance. Some of the new white and neutral shades the blinds and shutters experts are featuring include Bright White, Aura White, Chalk White, Cotswold White, Dover White, and Decorator’s White.
In addition to selecting the right white, the made-to-measure shutter fitters’ new report also covers style and function essentials and gives readers tips on how shutters can best offer privacy, security, light control and insulation. Shuttercraft’s report also suggests that white shutters, given their versatility, can be used in unique ways, including as room dividers or as wardrobes or cupboards.
Shuttercraft has local branches throughout the United Kingdom. Their in-person and online design personnel can help homeowners select the white window shutters that will best meet their practical and design needs.
A spokesperson for the window treatments experts said, “We offer different white tones on many of our products and we also offer some colours that are very close to white because the right white for you will depend on your room design and your unique tastes. Don’t settle for a ‘standard’ white – find the perfect white shutters for you with Shuttercraft.”
More details can be found at https://www.shuttercraft.co.uk/