Wood shutters are a window covering that is sturdy and durable. The shutter panels let you easily access the window. The shutter louvers let you adjust for privacy, light, and temperature. And they bring the natural warmth of wood to your house!
You can choose between two kinds of wood shutters in Honolulu. Stained interior wood shutters are the traditional shutter of choice. And reclaimed wood shutters are a new shutter product, launched in early 2016.
How are stained wood shutters and reclaimed wood shutters different And which works better for your décor?
Wooden shutters are made from hardwood that is solid and durable. You can select wood stains and paints so that your shutters complement your existing furniture, décor, and floor.
These wooden plantation shutters come in three louver sizes: 2.5”, 3.5”, and 4.5”. The preferred louver size for wood shutters in Honolulu is 4.5”. That’s because it ’s the easiest to clean and gives you the most access to the view.
You can adjust your wood shutters for privacy and light with a tilt rod. Move the wooden louvers upward to block as much light as possible. Move them downward to get more brightness and view.
Certified reclaimed wood shutters are a new option for wooden shutters in Honolulu, brought to you exclusively by Sunburst Shutters & Window Fashions. The wood these shutter louvers are made from used to be part of barns, buildings, and fences. Their weathered look brings a natural charm to your home.
Reclaimed wood colors can vary. That’s because of how the elements affect the wood. Colors might include shades of gray, beige, brown, and black. You can notice color variations within a single louver, and each shutter panel. And these wooden shutters have holes, knots, and marks that naturally occur in reclaimed wood.
And you can move the 3.5” shutter louvers using the tilt rod.
We’ve mounted our share of wood shutters over the past 40 years. And we’ve put together a sample of work we’ve done into a design gallery for you to browse through. Discover ideas for wood shutters, Honolulu!