Shutter Colours 

Custom colours can also be arranged


Colour Range

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                        FOR AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE

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(Please note these colour representations may not be accurate due to screen variations)

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The most popular shutter colours are white. In fact over 80% of shutters sold are white. This is because they tend to blend in to a room when matched to window frames or sills. White goes with everything and should still match any future decor changes. We have four whites to choose from. Super and Wevet white are popular for bathrooms and kitchens. Slaked Lime and Wimborne are softer whites and the usual choice for other rooms. 

Stained shutters can only be made from real wood so the natural grain is visible under the translucent finish. The different options can be paired with similar coloured woods in furniture, flooring or fixtures such as worktops, panelling, balustrades, window frames etc to create a complementary look.

We have 10 wood stains to choose from.

The lightest being Nature - used on tulip wood - it gives the look of pale beech or maple. 

Oak and Chestnut are mid-colour stains, echoing  golden oak and elm wood. 

Beech, Rose and Mahogany are darker stains with more of a reddish tint similar to mahogany, teak, rosewood and jarrah.

Red Mahogany and Black Walnut are the darkest stains, the look can vary depending on the grain of the actual wood used to make the shutters.

Custom colour shutters are still the minority sold but the vast choice means they can be matched within a few shades to walls, frames, furniture, wallpaper etc. Coloured shutters are a growing trend and can be a stunning focal point. The PAL, Dulux and Farrow & Ball charts are all available to choose from. It is worth bearing in mind that exact colour matches may be difficult because of batch differences and also, the paint has to be able to be used in a spray gun and produce that durable, even finish. This means the ingredients used to make the paint will differ to standard emulsion or hand applied finishes. The process of spraying custom colours does add to the overall price but the effect is worth it to the thousands of customers who want them. From delicate pastels to dramatic moody tones, custom colours make a statement in any room. We think this is an exciting trend and look forward to seeing just how creative our customers can get. (see our Useful Articles page for more inspiration).