A classic gambrel roof and three-panel shutters both combine architectural beauty and functionality.
Using different style shutters on different stories of a home is a common exterior decorating choice. On this Washington, D.C., home two-panel shutters with less visual weight flank the upper-story windows, while three-panel shutters help ground the lower floor.
Two-panel shutters with 60/40 panel proportions grace the first-story windows of this Texas home.
A black painted three-panel shutter with 20/40/40 proportions is the obvious shutter choice for the ground-level window of this historic Philadelphia home.
Walnut-colored operable composite raised-panel shutters look beautiful with this home's dark brown windows and washed and aged tumbled-brick exterior.
A traditional Southern home is appropriately outfitted with a subtle Haint Blue ceiling and functional two-panel shutters.