Shutters are a simple way to instantly add elegance and charm to any room. As an added bonus they have an insulating effect, and can lower your energy costs. Shutters also provide excellent light control and privacy. As an added bonus, they also add curb appeal, and can even raise the value of your home. At Zinga’s we use only to highest quality wood shutters, to ensure they are long lasting and durable. There are several different ways you can incorporate shutters into your home. To see different examples of Shutters for your home click here.
1. Café Height
Café Height Shutters are an excellent choice for upstairs rooms, living spaces, and kitchens. They provide privacy while still allowing maximum light to enter the room.
2. Tier on Tier
Tier on Tier Shutters allow you to close the bottom half of the shutter while leaving the top half open. This allows you the option of letting in light while maintaining privacy. You also have the option of opening or closing both tiers, making these shutters very versatile.
3. Full Height
As the name implies, these are single, full-height shutters that cover the entire window and open as one unit. They are simple and elegant but give you a dramatic finish. If you’re looking for standard door shutters, or shutters for French doors, this style is also a great choice.
Bi-Fold Shutters have a hinge in the middle that allows them to fold open and uncover the window. This allows a lot of natural light to enter your space. These shutters also come in a café style as well.
Shutters can be customized to fit a variety of different window shapes. One of the main questions people ask is, “Can you make a shutter to fit my arched window?” The answer is absolutely yes!