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Shutter Options And Parts In Seattle

When buying plantation shutters in Seattle, there are lots of shutter options for you to consider. Whether it’s deciding what kind of tilt rod to use or what frame style goes with your window perfectly, our design professionals will provide you with the many options for shutters in Seattle so your shutters seamlessly fit your home.



Both Polywood plantation shutters and Ovation hardwood shutters can be customized with in several colorspaints, and stains.

Louver Sizes


Plantation shutter louvers come in three sizes: 2.5”, 3.5”, and 4.5”. While louver size is a matter of personal preference, we know from decades of experience that you can let more light in with larger louvers to liven up the room – and see more of your view.

When furniture and household items are in the way, adjusting the shutter louvers brings more light into the space. In this instance, the larger the louver, the more you can see through your plantation shutters in Seattle! 


Louvers come in many sizes


Frame Styles

Using either a frame or hang strip, all plantation shutters in Seattle can be mounted on a window. Our design professionals offer custom mounting, – and without a frame if needed. Here are some of the frame shutter styles we offer. The Craftsman frame is only available for Polywood® shutters. Contact our a design expert for more options. 


Tilt Rods

Our customers’ favorite tilt rod option is our traditional front mount tilt rod. This type of tilt rod is the one regularly associated with plantation shutters, and contributes to their elegant look. Since the tilt rod is on the front of the shutters, it’s easy to tilt open your shutters to let light in and completely close them for extra privacy. 

Another option is our rear-mounted tilt rod, which is an easy and practical way to enjoy the appearance of a hidden tilt rod, but is less expensive than an internally mounted gear mechanism. There’s a thin metal strip on the back corner of each louver that regulates the movement of your plantation shutters. 

Door Handle Cutout 

French door with cutout for shutters

Doors with shutters in Seattle are elegant. But what happens with a door that has a handle that goes over the glass? Our experts cut the shutters around the existing door handle. This way, you have beautiful, functional doors and shutters. And you are able to keep the door handle!

These modern shutters give your doors a custom style while helping you maintain the consistent look of shutters in all of your rooms. While some cutouts are rounded, others are square. Whatever option you choose, our installation experts show you how to customize your doors with shutter options in Seattle to complement your décor and your personal style.