Lancashire county is based in the North West and is home to great industrial towns like Bolton and Preston. With easy access to major cities, the North West of England is making more of its great architectural buildings and introducing plantation shutters to be their preferred window covering.
Bay Shutters are the most popular countrywide especially in the Lancashire area as a lot of British homes were built in Georgian and Victorian times with bay windows being the main feature of the building. Curtains tend to hide the bays and cover up the entire window and wood blinds stack up at the top of the window when fully opened so blocking out light and also have ugly cords hanging down both sides. Bay shutters not only give you the versatility of having the panels fully open when you want the full sunlight to shine through but also allow you to have the panels closed over with the louvres angled to allow as much light or privacy as required. Bay window shutters are also an ideal bedroom window solution.
Our picture shows a stunning beach themed room with the blue bay window shutters painted in a custom French blue colour. The customer wanted a seaside feel and therefore wanted French blue shutters to give that seaside feel to their home. By simply providing us with the colour, Shutterly Fabulous were able to colour match the blue and have all the panels spray painted to the customers exact preference.
In the winter months wood shutters will add insulation to your home and in the summer months keep the home cool and fresh. Made from FSC certified hardwood, bay shutters are the perfect window treatment and you are also safe in the knowledge that by using the Shutterly Fabulous North West team you are being green and using an environmentally friendly product.
Covering all areas including Preston, Bolton, Burnley, Lancaster, Wigan, Blackpool, Clitheroe and Blackburn. With so many shutter companies to choose from, you will be glad you selected the UK’s and Lancashire’s most competitive and reliable one.
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