Plantation Shutters by Treaty Oak Shade Co.
Add value to your home with elegance and style!
From its origins in the 1800s to becoming a global icon of timeless beauty, the plantation shutter remains just as popular this year as it was centuries ago. Plantation shutters offer more control over privacy and airflow than any other window covering while also protecting against unwanted glare and harsh UV rays.
Whether you're looking for traditional real wood or faux wood options, the versatile styling of the plantation shutter is an easy way to make your windows complete with elegance and style.
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Plantation shutters are louvered blinds that can be tilted, rolled, and lowered to control the amount of light that enters your home. They are available in a wide range of colors and designs to fit almost any internal color scheme and add elegance to a property.
Plantation shades and shutters also add privacy, allowing for a much more customizable experience than traditional curtains. Plantation shutters are built to last and are easily cleaned with a damp cloth. They retain their beauty for many years and can be painted or stained to match the color of your home.
The main advantage of pre-installed interior plantation shutters is that they promote airflow and regulate sunlight in a room. In the past, people relied on plantation shutters to keep their homes cool.
Plantation shutters have a few distinctions that make them even more appealing. They are often placed on hinges, which allows them to fully open or fold up. This type of shutter is also custom-made to fit any size and shape of the window in your home. The shutters can be closed or angled to control the amount of light and privacy you allow into your home.
Plantation shutters are low-maintenance window coverings and can last for 10-25 years.
Plantation shutters are one of the few window treatments that add value to your home. Hardwood plantation shutters like teak shutters, oak shutters, exterior hardwood accents and more are often used for windows and offer several benefits and provide an instant boost in value, thanks to their versatility, affordability, and looks.