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Do you have large windows in your home and are wondering what the best window coverings for large windows are? Are you looking for a low maintenance treatment that offers practicality whatever the weather while looking exceptionally stylish and elegant? There is a perfect solution available, and it is plantation shutters.

Best Window dressings for large windows

Window dressings include curtains, drapes, different types of blinds and plantation shutters. However, the only window dressing that can stand the test of time while offering outstanding practicality is plantation shutters.

Plantation shutters are constructed with horizon panels called louvres that can be easily adjusted to open or close according to your preference. There is a wide range of styles available, including tier-on-tier, full height, cafe-style and solid panels, made from a range of materials from hardwood, medium-density fibreboard (MDF) and PVC.

Shutters on tracks

For large windows and patio doors, shutters on tracks are the ideal window covering. When combined with a tracked system, full height shutters create a stylish, timeless, suitable all year round and practical solution. The panels can be guided and supported in two ways:

Bi-fold

Supported by rollers at the top of a single track and a single guide channel at the bottom, bi-fold shutters fold back in a concertina form to allow full access to the window behind.

By-pass

With two sets of tracks and guide channels that run parallel, the shutters slide along the tracks in a single line, allowing each shutter panel to slide effortlessly past one another.

Both bi-fold and by-pass tracked shutters offer a smooth transition between open and closed. They allow for full privacy for homeowners with large windows.

For more information on shutters for large windows or to book your free no obligation in-house survey, call Totally Shutters today on 0203 960 6963. All plantation shutters come with a 5-year guarantee.

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