Bay Window Shutters
Plantation window shutters, also known as wooden window shutters, can be manufactured and installed to follow the shape of your bay windows so that the beauty, look and feel of the bay is retained. Window shutters offer excellent light control, privacy and security plus they are virtually maintenance free, allergen free and will not attract the dust and mould that some other window dressings might.
There are several types of bay windows but the most common are the square bay that would have 90 degree posts and the splay bay which would have 135 degree posts. Both these types of bay can have a return window either side of the centre section or at one end only.
Measuring shutters for bay windows, especially the splay bay shapes, requires careful and accurate measuring and you may be advised that it is best to treat each window section as an individual shutter as this can sometimes be the easier option to measure and install. On occasions the shape and style of your bay may dictate that individual shutters for each window section would be the most suitable but generally it is best to treat bay window shutters as a single shutter with the correct type of corner posts so the shutter fills the bay window, follows the lines of the bay and the posts line up with the vertical window frames.
The most popular styles of shutters for bay windows are full height and tier on tier, both of which can be manufactured to suit any shape or style of bay window and come in a wide selection of colours and stained finishes with a range of louvre sizes from 47mm through to 114mm.
Marla Custom Blinds have over 20 years of experience and we take every care when surveying and measuring for your bay window Plantation shutters to ensure that when fitted by our expert team they fit perfectly and enhance the natural beauty of the bay window.
Shutters from Marla Custom Blinds will make your home look stunning whilst increasing your privacy and improving insulation so if you would like further information please take a look at our brochure.
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