Shutters are a great addition to any kitchen; they add light and allow good ventilation making the room feel open and breezy. With our Polyvinyl options they’re also a very practical choice and can withstand damp humid conditions, as well as being really easy to clean, making them a great choice for even the busiest f kitchens.
Polyvinyl is a great option for your kitchen shutters, especially in rooms where it is likely to get humid or damp. Made from PVC these plantation shutters still look and feel like wood but will never shrink or warp making them durable in kitchen conditions. If you’d rather opt for wooden shutters, either to get the colour you want or because you want solid shutters, then these are suitable for the majority of kitchen windows, we will be happy to give you advice
We would recommend choosing louvred window shutters for your kitchen, as the slats can be opened against an open window allowing air to flow through which is often needed when cooking a big meal. This can help remove strong smells and cools the kitchen down after the oven has been on for a long time.
In terms of shutter styles, café style shutters are a great choice for kitchens. The perks of café style shutters increase the amount of light coming into the kitchen, making the room brighter, and your kitchen a pleasant environment to be in.
- What’s a better style of shutter to have in my kitchen: louvred or solid?
Though it’s down to personal preference, the louvre style shutter helps to control light and air flow more so than solid shutters, whilst still looking good in the room.
- What’s the best material to use for kitchen shutters?
We would recommend polyvinyl, PVC shutters as they are waterproof and are more like to withstand kitchen conditions ensuring they last longer. However, if you prefer to use more natural materials, we do offer wooden shutters too.