How to Decide On Shutter Colors for Your Honolulu Home

When choosing shutter colors in Honolulu, you should take into consideration what style you’re going for. What atmosphere are you trying to showcase? If your walls are white and you’re looking for matching shutters, Polywood® shutters in a shade of our premium white paint is your answer. Are you looking for wooden shutters to go with your furniture, floor, or trim? Ovation® wood shutters are ideal for you. If you’re looking for a shutter color that will stand out against your dark paint – or help your furnishings pop, you can paint Polywood shutters in a custom color to amplify those colors.

If your windows are already covered with shutters, you might desire to choose shutter colors that match the prevalent décor. Whether you go with a striking contrast or a classic match, plantation shutters can be custom-finished, stained, and painted to fit your style.

Available Paints and Stains For Shutters in Honolulu

Polywood shutters are crafted in woodgrain and smooth finishes. They can be ordered in three standard shades of white, and can be custom painted based on the paint number you pick. Polywood is also available in 2 premium wood stain colors: Chestnut and Dark Walnut.

Ovation shutters are offered in smooth or sandblasted finishes in 11 paint colors and 28 wood stain colors to go with your furnishings.

You won’t have to worry about toxic paints or dangerous gasses being emitted from these paints and stains, either. Our green manufacturing process makes sure our plantation shutter products don’t contain any harmful chemicals. Now, your loved ones can safely use your new window treatments. Learn more about our green manufacturing process.

How Can Hawaiians Get Paint and Stain Samples?

The optimal way to pick the ideal shutter colors is to have paint and stain samples on hand. And, we agree. We show you samples of every stain and paint color so you can grab the louver sample and picture how it would look in your home. Our customers in Honolulu appreciate browsing through paint and stain samples before buying their shutters. Learn more about our free in-home consultation.