Traditional 1930s louvred style shutter with louvre blades protruding through the face of the shutter.
Both a traditional as well as a contemporary style of shutter. Each louvre blade is contained within the depth of the frame and angled to 60 degrees.
Much like the Kensington but with an added centre bar.
Rustic in style with vertical upright boards and 2 horizontal cross battens. Each board has a bevelled edge to give a tongue & groove appearance.
Like the Hadleigh but without horizontal cross battens.
The same as the Hadleigh but with the addition of a diagonal 'Z' bar. Also available in a double 'Z' bar design.
Using diagonal louvre blades gives a modern twist to a traditional look.
Each louvre blade is set within the frame and perfectly upright without any angle. Gaps between the blades allow air flow.
Similar in appearance to the Croxton but without gaps between each louvre blade.
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The timber we use to build Redwood Town & Country shutters is sourced from managed forests and has full FSC accreditation.