Composite and Faux Wood Plantation Shutters
Interior plantation shutters make an ideal window treatment for just about any room. Not only do they add a touch of elegance, effectively control light, and help reduce energy costs, but adding window shutters inside your home actually adds to the overall value of your home!
When choosing plantation shutters, you want to decide if the room needs real wood shutters, or if faux-wood composite shutters are the best option. With the look and of real wood, but the dependability & durability of manufactured material, faux wood or composite plantation shutters feature the best of both worlds! Since faux-wood shutters offer a wide variety of colors and textures, matching the interior of your home or room will be relatively easy.
Advantages of Faux Wood Plantation Shutters
Interior plantation shutters made from a composite material can add character and appeal to any room in your home! These shutters are built to withstand the rigors of a busy household (and kids!) because their materials are uniquely designed to resist fading, cracking, and peeling. This also makes them ideal for high-humidity areas like kitchens, laundry rooms, and bathrooms. And because composite shutters are simple to clean, they are a great choice for those even hard-to-reach-to-clean windows!
Looking for Real Wood Plantation Shutters?
You’ll add a touch of elegance to any room with the right style of interior wooden shutters. The Graber Traditions Wood Shutters are made exclusively from North American hardwoods. These wooden interior shutters can be enhanced with a wide assortment of paints, stains, options, and upgrades!
K to Z Window Coverings offers many different types of real wood shutters from Graber Window Treatments. We custom fit these interior shutters to match the style of the room, and all installations are FREE!
Plantation Shutters: Versatile and Affordable Window Treatments
In Baton Rouge plantation shutters are one of our customers’ favorite choices for window treatments. Not only do plantation shutters provide both form and function, these window treatments are less expensive than custom draperies AND typically increase the value of your home! Plantation shutters can even be financed into the purchase of a house. This makes them highly desirable because they usually help SELL a home (because they give a lot of curb appeal) and usually remain with the home when after it’s sold.