Which Material is Best for Living Room Shutters?


The living room is the main where we gather to relax and unwind after a long day. Commonly situated at the front or back of the house, living rooms are often subject to privacy issues or harsh sunlight.

Installing living room shutters are a great, stylish solution to combating these issues. However, knowing the benefits and materials is key.

Why living room shutters?

Living room shutters will enhance your space in terms of style and practicality. Benefits include privacy, light control, heat insulation, safety for children and much more. Shutters will also improve the aesthetics of your living room whilst boosting kerb appeal and adding value to your property.

What shutter style is best for living roo shutters?

If you have a street or neighbour facing living room and require heightened privacy, full height, tier-on-tier and cafe style shutters would work best. The adjustable louvres will prevent onlookers from peering into your home, while the moveable slats will give you control over the light entering your living room.

What material works best in living room shutters?

Of course, shutter material comes down to personal preference. However, we recommend hardwood for your living room shutters. Made from high-quality and sustainable Paulownia wood, hardwood shutters give a beautiful finish when painted or stained, complementing any contemporary or classic interior.

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

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