Bay window shutters this quintessential British feature of a home has always been a problem for traditional window furnishings such as curtains, but with plantation shutters, or bay window plantation blinds as they are also known as, you can finally show off your architectural features, rather than hide them, and benefit from the many unique qualities, including outstanding light and privacy control options, that only bay window shutters can offer.
Architects use bay windows shutters
Architects use bay windows to enhance the appearance of a room and provide it with more character. Bay windows provide a larger physical living space within a room and are more light efficient. This is why bay window shutters are quickly becoming the most popular window furnishing for bay window installations across the UK. Plantation shutters blend into the bay window design, allowing you to keep the perfect lines of the bay, keeping the area clean and crisp whilst maintaining the special aesthetics that the architect had intended.
The difference bay window shutters can make
The difference a bay window with a curtain in-situ and one that has shutters installed is vast. First of all with bay window shutters in your bay you can utilise the full area of the Bay, without having to worry about leaving gaps for drawing curtains past furniture etc. With plantation shutters you will also be able to manage the light more efficiently. Unlike curtains that operate an either open or closed policy, shutters offer much more light efficient solutions. By angling the louvres in your bay window shutters you can manage the light throughout the day. A slight slant can direct the light away allowing you to enjoy the day without glare and excessive heat.