Bahama

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.
For true traditionalists, wood is the only option. Legends wood shutters come ready to finish, in paint or stain-grade Western Red Cedar and Cypress. These long-wearing, classic shutters are available in many different styles, and can be installed in both operable and decorative configurations.
Aluminum shutters are the choice of homeowners looking for extra protection and security. This reasonably priced alternative to wood shutters is sturdy, durable and low-maintenance, with a smooth surface that can be powder-coat finished in hundreds of different colors.
Superior-quality composite shutters are made from a material that is milled and assembled just like a wood product for a very authentic look. The rugged nature of composite material makes it more durable than wood, with nearly unlimited design possibilities.