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Wooden Plantation Shutters

Enhance the beauty of your home

Our shutter collection has been carefully chosen with our customers in mind. We believe that bespoke plantation shutters should be as durable as they are beautiful. Wooden shutters have long been the sustainable material of choice for shutters and our customers. The natural beauty, versatility, and longevity that wood can provide is proven by its use in all types of construction projects worldwide. Ideal for creating charming yet sturdy fittings, wooden shutters can achieve the perfect custom-made window dressing for your home or project. Call us on 020 8776 1484 to find out more.

Why choose wooden plantation shutters?

As a natural material, wood provides a range of benefits that make it a fantastic solution for robust and reliable shutters. The low thermal conductivity of the Paulownia hardwood we use results in a window covering that excels as an insulator, keeping your home comfortable whilst reducing your energy bills.

Wooden shutters are organic, long-lasting, easy to clean and have minimal maintenance needs. Being a favoured material that has remained in use for centuries, you can depend on wooden shutters becoming a lasting part of your home furnishings.

See what our customers have to say

We only want to produce shutters that are perfectly tailored to you and your home. Take a look at the reviews left by our customers, past and present, to see what you can expect from our team.

Receive a quote for your wooden shutters

Our free in-home consultations allow us to design your perfect shutters. During the appointment, we will take time to discuss your preferences and understand your requirements, leaving you with an accurate quotation on the day. If you would like to arrange a consultation, call us today on 020 8776 1484 or send an email to [email protected].

Which wood do we use for our wooden shutters?

Our hardwood shutters are manufactured from sustainable Paulownia. This material has the best ratio of strength to weight of any timber variety, making it the ideal choice for bespoke joinery. Paulownia can span wider expanses without sagging under its own weight, ensuring a perfect result every time.

How do MDF shutters compare?

MDF shutters can be an excellent alternative to hardwood, providing a cost-effective solution which doesn’t compromise on quality. Suitable for modest budgets, they are finished in a polypropylene coating to produce a durable shutter that is easy to clean. This makes them ideal for locations such as playrooms.

You needn’t worry about MDF providing an unsuitable finish. At ShuttersUp, we don’t compromise on quality, only providing shutters that are made from the most reliable materials. In fact, you can find this robust and versatile material within our Antigua and Cuba shutter ranges!

Explore the finishes for your wooden window shutters


Tilt rods

When it comes to the creation of your shutters, every aspect is Made For You – right down to the fitting of your tilt rods. From central and offset options to a hidden rod, the angle of your louvres will be something that you can control with ease. You’ll find a finish that complements your interior perfectly.


Louvre sizes

Each of our shutters have a range of louvre sizing options. These provide varied effects, appearances, and purposes, ideal for a range of environments. During your initial consultation, we will work with you to find the best option for your preferred wooden shutters.


Finishing touches

Our shutters undergo a process that provides them with a superior finish. This includes no fewer than 6 layers of your chosen paint colour or stain, before undergoing a final UV protection coating to ensure the shutters are fade-resistant and long lasting.

Have a question about wooden shutters?

Take a look at the questions we are most frequently asked – we may just have the answer you are looking for.

Find out more about our wooden shutters

Our friendly team of dedicated advisors are on hand to help bring your visions to life. Give us a call on 020 8776 1484, send an email to [email protected], or fill out our contact form for a quick response.

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