Why do more homeowners and interior designers request our plantation shutters? It’s simple. We partner with a small handful of the best manufacturers to get you the best possible shutter at the best possible price. Our family has manufactured shutters ourselves and we know what it takes to make a beautiful, long-lasting, high quality shutter.
Slow Kiln Dried Wood
Our hardwood is slow dried in a kiln to resist warping of the wood, resulting in better closing louvers and stronger stiles and rails. Ensuring a well operating shutter for many, many years.
Aluminum Reinforced Composite
Our composite shutters use aluminum reinforced stiles and louvers for a stronger, more durable shutter while offering a wider panel.
Mortise & Tenon Joinery
Today, most plantation shutters rely on a joint construction that has been used for decades. Our shutters utilize a much stronger mortise and tenon joint. This type of joint bonds more of the wood surface area together for stronger, more reliable construction.
Advanced Staple Technology
Tilt rod staples pulling loose is a common issue with most shutters. We use a German engineered stapling process that ensures the tilt rod will never fail.
Hidden recessed magnets give your shutters a streamlined look, allow the panels to close tightly, and improve durability of the catch. While many companies use magnets to secure their shutters, not all go the extra mile to hide them in the panel.
Mortised hinges are inset into the shutter, resulting in a tighter fit that eliminates unsightly gaps that allow light to come in. The use of mortised hinges also provides a more even load distribution for a smoother, quieter action.
Furniture Grade Finish
Our shutters are made with furniture grade wood that undergoes a five-stage hand sanding process before the application of UV-resistant paint or stain. The result is a beautiful finish with unsurpassed quality.