Since each window treatment that gets plantation shutters is custom-designed, there is no right or wrong choice between bi-fold versus single panel design. Much of the choice is simply personal preference with a few specific benefits one way or another depending on the actual window situation.
Front controls are the traditional layout of plantation shutters, today you also have the choice of a hidden control which gives a more contemporary look to your home
Plantation shutters are custom-designed, unique to each window they are installed on and become a permanent fixture in your home and are appraised as a valuable addition to your home’s value
Can a plantation shutter, something with large gaps between louvers really add any R-value to your windows to make any difference?
Plantation shutters are a fixed widow treatment that will affect the final look of the room so it is important to take into consideration the style of the room and how it fits in with the rest of the house. So an important question to ask is do you want a more traditional style feel with smaller louvers or a more contemporary look with wider louvers?
A guide to quickly understand the differences between wood and composite plantatin shutters
Typically are still made of wood, but also of new materials like composites…
Plantation shutters can complement the style of any Denver area home with any decor from traditional to contemporary to ultra-modern, they are considered a ‘timeless’ because of how they blend to or enhance any decorating style.