Interior wood window shutters allow you to control light and visibility. Fully framed interior traditional and plantation shutters are truly an heirloom for any Haddonfield area home, retail or professional office site.
Traditional shutters (also called Colonial shutters) are an historically accurate style of interior shutters featuring narrow frames and 1.25" miniature louvers. Plantation shutters are a more contemporary type of interior shutters for your Haddonfield area home or office, and the most popular style. Both traditional and plantation shutters have tilted wooden louvers, which are similar to the slats on blinds. But unlike blinds, these interior shutters (usually made of wood) are fitted to the window frame and they can be opened out like doors, rather than with a pull-string.
There are many options for interior shutters for your Haddonfield NJ area home or office, and they're very versatile! Interior shutters not only cover regular rectangular windows, but they're also ideal for atypically shaped windows, including arch-top, sloped, bay, round, or atrium door windows.
Many Haddonfield homeowners like the option of multiple groups of louvers in each panel of their interior shutters, which allow privacy and visibility at the same time. You have your choice of lower portion closed and upper open, all open, or all closed. A hidden gear system eliminates tilt bars. Vertical louvers and wood insulates are available.
Interior wood shutters come in stock paint, stains, and custom colors. They're available in louver sizes up to 4.5". Interior wood shutters are made of various white hardwoods and other species, such as oak, cherry, wormy chestnut, zebrawood, teak, pine, cypress and more.
Haddonfield is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, with a population of around 12,500 and a total area of 2.84 square miles. Haddonfield was incorporated in 1875 and became an independent municipality in 1894. The Haddonfield area was originally occupied by Lenni Lenape Native Americans. In 1682, Francis Collins, an English Quaker, became the first settler in what today is Haddonfield. Haddonfield was further developed by Elizabeth Haddon, whose father bought a 500 acre tract of land in the English colony of West Jersey. Haddonfield is noted for its historic homes, quaint shops, and legions of lawyers. As a legal center for South Jersey, Haddonfield houses the offices of more than 390 attorneys. Haddonfield is home to the second oldest volunteer fire company in continuous service in the United States.
Call Custom Window by Robert A. Kline at 609-707-7742 for Haddonfield Interior Window Shutters, including traditional and plantation wood shutters.