Proper manners and an equal balance make this one of our most popular belles.
Panels or louvers. Bottom or top. Confused? Try the BackBay
A proper and balanced addition to any great home- Jersey shore or otherwise.
A traditional Colonial shutter found on many Williamsburg homes. Might even stop a musket ball.
Beefy sub-stiles- heavy rails and a palpable thickness and strength. And they let the breeze pass.
Welcoming in demeanour- the solid frame and airy louvers can adorn the most simple to the most elegant domicile.
For the widest of windows and porches. This is our widest shutter and can stretch out to fourteen feet in length. Wow!
Wide and proud- and strong in the center. What more can you ask?
A traditional Mediterranean staple- balanced and tight.
A manicured northern French refinement of the broader Mediterranean look. Can take the North Sea full on.
Ah Provence. The light- the air- and the feel. Capture the mood.
This storm-stopper has perfectly proportioned battens and elegant V-Grooving for its full length.
Louvers or panels. Top or bottom. Confused? Try the Lighthouse.
Will increase the majesty of your home- or even- your yacht.
More louvers than panels- clean- and crisp. These shutters will tempt the breeze your way
Smooth and easy. A balance of sturdy panel construction with breezy louvered simplicity.
Whether ocean or bay- you can have the best of both. Panel or louver.
Stout and hearty design- works well on larger windows and spans. Tastes almost as good as chicken pot pye.
Strong vertical lines that look best on narrower windows. Enhance the look with applied mouldings.
A tough and stalwart favorite of the Minute Men. Quadruple panels increase strength against Indian and British attacks.
The original Colonial shutter. Brought to Plymouth Rock as a landing gangway for the Mayflower and later used at first Thanksgiving.
An excellent complement to double hung windows. Earlier precursors were burned to keep the Continental Army warm in the winter of 1777. Not recommended as sole source of heat.
One of the oldest shutter designs we have- from one of the greatest of old towns.
Lazy and able to take the heat- these Low Country relics are a proud addition to any plantation.
Large louvers and proper balance make this shutter a proud time stopper.
Drooping moss- ancient cypress and these shutters combine to form a splendid memory of days gone by.
Beautiful on the old homes of the Deep South. A perfect companion to tall windows with sweeping views.
Appropriate for double hung sash windows and to protect from the night sea air.
Salty mists and humid climes are no match for this architectural bastion.
Battered coasts- salt air and mansions. This elegance is appropriate anywhere.
Beefy construction for the seaward homes of mariners- ancient and modern.
Sculpted long running single panel. A beautiful companion to the traditional brick work and slate of the grand old homes of Rhode Island.
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