Internal shutters are designed for the interior of your house and are fitted to the window to block out the light, keep the heat in or out in the summer months. They have many names such as ‘internal window shutters’ or ‘internal plantation shutters’ for example. They all relate to the same style of slatted or louvred design, which means louvre blades can be tilted to reflect the light or give you privacy from outside.
Find out more about getting internal shutters for your home by visiting one of these two key sections of the website below. If you are practical and want to install these shutters yourself then visit the DIY section, if you prefer the fully installed option then browse through the fitted section of the website to find out more about opennshut, the shutters and how to get them fitted in your home.
Internal wooden shutters are generally made from wood and then sprayed white. White will match the window colour which makes them look more fitted. Many UPVC double glazed windows are white as well as typical sash and casement windows. There are also MDF internal shutters available and believe or not a waterproof one designed for internal use in the bathroom.
If you have a shaped window then it is possible to order shapes to match. In this photo you can view some internal shaped shutters on a curved window looking out to sea.
Any room in the house can benefit from internal shutters, they will transform the room adding value to your property.