At 7 Sisters Interiors, we believe in a balanced space that complements your lifestyle. If you’re searching for a new window treatment solution for your home, we recommend interior shutters for the grounding stability and gracious features that they bring into a space.
Made from hardwoods, durable composite materials, or moisture-proof vinyl material, interior shutters are a window treatment upgrade that adds to the value of your home and acts as a design feature with their strong lines. With options from Hunter Douglas and Graber, we’re bound to offer a shutter that suits your space and provides the best in light control and style.
Wood shutters are a timeless and elegant window treatment option that provides a unique architectural style to any space. Made from high-quality hardwoods such as basswood and poplar, wood shutters are sturdy, durable, and offer natural insulation at the window as they fit tight to prevent air gaps. Their classic design and natural beauty can work with any interior decor, like traditional, minimalist, and beachy aesthetics.
One of the main benefits of wood shutters is their versatility. You can customize your shutters to fit any window size or shape, including arches, circles, and doors. They are also available in various finishes, stains, and paint colors, allowing homeowners to create a unique look that complements their decor. In addition, wood shutters offer excellent light control and privacy with adjustable louvers that let in just the right amount of natural light while maintaining privacy.
We carry these wood shutter options from Hunter Douglas and Graber:
- Hunter Douglas Heritance® Wood Shutters
- Graber Traditions® Interior Wood Shutters
Composite shutters, also known as faux wood shutters, are a popular option that combines the durability of synthetic materials with the classic style of traditional hardwood shutters. This combination of materials makes composite interior shutters more resistant to fading, chipping, and peeling, making them an ideal choice for homes with high traffic or children and pets.
Another advantage of composite shutters is their affordability. While they offer many of the same benefits and construction as wood shutters, they are often less expensive. Additionally, composite shutters require less maintenance than wood shutters, saving homeowners time and money in the long run.
Faux wood composite shutters are durable, affordable, and low-maintenance. They offer the same classic style and beauty but with added durability and resistance to the rough and tumble of daily life.
You can’t go wrong with these composite shutter selections:
- Hunter Douglas NewStyle® Composite Shutters
- Graber Traditions® Interior Composite Shutters
Vinyl shutters are a popular window treatment option. They are often less expensive than wood or composite shutters, making them an excellent option for homeowners on a budget.
The main appeal of vinyl shutters is their durability. Unlike wood shutters, which can warp or crack due to changes in temperature or humidity, vinyl shutters are resistant to moisture and humidity, making them ideal for high-humidity areas such as bathrooms and kitchens.
One of the main differences between vinyl shutters and wood or composite shutters is their appearance. Vinyl shutters have a clean and modern look that can complement a variety of design styles. While they may not offer the same natural wood-like appearance as wood or faux wood composite shutters, they are available in a variety of colors and finishes that can match any decor.
Interested in learning more? Try our Hunter Douglas Palm Beach™ Polysatin™ Vinyl Shutters!
Shutters are an excellent window treatment option that can add both style and functionality to any space. At 7 Sisters Interiors, we strive to create spaces that are both visually stunning and practical, and our selection of shutters is no exception. Contact us today to learn more about our shutters and to schedule a consultation with one of our window treatment specialists.
We service areas near San Diego, Del Mar, Carlsbad, La Jolla, Rancho Santa Fe, and more. You can reach us at (760) 415-3396 or by emailing email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!