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Arched Top Shutters
These tall arched living room windows have plantation shutters (shutters with individual louvers that are 2 1/2 to 4 1/2 inches wide) with the exact same arched top.
Style tip: Don't be scared to use different styles of shutters on different windows in the same room. In this picture, full-height shutters mix with partial-height shutters.
Gorgeous black painted shutters create an instant focal wall in this cozy family room.
Style tip: Have your shutters painted in a neutral color that works for your home's interior. Use a gloss sheen to reflect light and grab the eye.
Café style shutters cover half of the window, offering privacy while still letting the light in.
Style tip: Use shutters made from vinyl in the kitchen — this material is very easy to clean.
Many doors have smaller windows on top known as transom windows. Transoms can be difficult to cover, but these were treated with custom-made shutters that fit perfectly.
Style tip: The louvers of these transom shutters all have to be manipulated one by one to either an open or a closed position. Adjust them to the middle position so they block just partial light — then you will never have to adjust them again.
A Wall of Shutters
No matter how large or small your windows are, shutters from floor to ceiling and wall to wall create the look of a slatted wall.
Style tip: This application is another way to take a more contemporary approach to window shutters.