The most popular of all exterior shutters, louvers first gained attention in the late 1700s. The clean lines of this style make it the go-to shutter for just about any type of dwelling, from traditional Colonial to contemporary Ranch homes.
This style of shutter was made popular in 1800s Southern plantation architecture, but Raised Panel shutters work well with manor homes in any region, traditional Colonial homes and quaint craft cottages.
These distinctive Shaker-style shutters are the essence of simplicity. The clean lines of flat panel shutters reflect the traditional Shaker sense of order, neatness and utility. Perfect for Craftsman homes.
These tropically-inspired shutters are hinged on the top, rather than the sides. They consist of one louvered panel held out at an angle from the bottom. Bahama shutters look great on most seaside homes, regardless of architectural style.
These rustic shutters were first used in the 18th century, and reflect the style of the American frontier. As well suited for historic rural cottages as Northeast brownstones and Tudors, they also compliment Southwestern architecture.
Often found on French Country and Spanish–style homes, Joined Board and Batten shutters were originally designed to protect against storms. Today they’re more decorative than functional, but still add old-world charm.
Add personality and style to raised panel, combination or board and batten shutters with a cutout design. Shutter cutouts allow you to customize your shutters and express yourself, with a one-of-a-kind home accent.