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Know what you are buying

Good

  • The shutter is 100% of the same timber species, measuring at least 540 on the Janka hardness scale.
  • A high quality paint finish like a 2-pack polyurethane paint which gives a flawless appearance. Similar to high-end cabinetry paint.
  • Painted shutters should have minimum of 5 years warranty
  • The timber for stained shutters is hand selected to choose the best and most even grains.
VS

Inferior

  • The shutter uses a laminated timber veneer over laminated strips of other timbers. Confirm the shutter is 100% of the one timber species.
  • Inferior Nitro Cellulosic paint that gives an uneven finish and doesn't last.
  • Painted shutters with warranties less than 5 years
  • Timber for stained shutters is not hand selected and gives uneven grains

Designer Insights

  • Vicmar Buyser 

    Vicmar Buyser

    Builder/Architect

    Bringing the Aluminium In!

    Wednesday, November 19, 2014

    One of the most prominent contemporary design trends is the increasing exposure of structural elements of the home combined with a heightened use of various metals throughout.


    Image courtesy of Interioholics

    Here at All Shutters & Blinds, we’re seeing customers increasing embracing our stylish and functional Aluminium Shutters inside their homes rather than just in their more ‘traditional’ exterior function.  Our aluminium shutters come in a variety of installation options including; Fixed, Sliding, hinged and multi-fold. This allows you all the variety and customisation you could ask for in a shutter and the ability to create truly unique applications in your home. We’ve seen customers use them as multifold and sliding room dividers as a bold alternative to the humble closet door!


    Our aluminium shutters are not only a stylish alternative to the typical timber shutter but they also offer a great variety of benefits including;


    • Incredible durability for high use areas
    • Low maintenance
    • Increased security for glass windows and doors
    • Ability to lock shutters
    • A unique blade locking mechanism


    Want the benefits of aluminium shutter indoors, but feel a timber look complements your current décor better? Our aluminium shutters also come in a range of timber grain finishes too!


    Whatever your choice, give one of our expert shutter representatives a call today and use our knowledge to augment your vision in creating a new and unique addition to your home today!

  • Gloria Parker 

    Gloria Parker

    INTERIOR DESIGNER AND STYLIST

    Soften the look of shutters with curtains

    Thursday, November 27, 2014

    Personally I prefer the look of shutters over curtains. The simplicity of the design means they can be used in most settings, from traditional to modern. They can be custom made to suit different sized windows, window styles or shapes and are available in custom colours and wraps. They really are a great window treatment to work with when styling a room. Unlike curtains, shutters also have the ability to better control light and airflow by tilting the blades to accommodate the weather outside, while offering security simultaneously. 

    Image courtesy of House & Home

    What may seem a downside to some about shutters is that they are hard in appearance and this is where curtains hold an advantage. Curtains provide that feminine touch and finished tailored look to a room. You can set the tone of the room with the choice of fabric and colour of curtains or accentuate the room’s style using curtains as complimentary elements. 

    Image courtesy of Imgarcade.com

    Often we assume you can only have one or the other, but why not have both and combine shutters with the gorgeous fabrics of curtains! Utilise shutters for the practical benefits of privacy, security, light and air flow control and soften the look by adding curtains. A decorator's dream!

    Image courtesy of Nell Hills Blog


  • Mirabella Jones 

    Mirabella Jones

    Resident Design Expert

    Shutters for High Use Areas – Be Inspired

    Thursday, November 06, 2014

    Bathrooms and kitchens are the top two interior spaces for renovation and unless you have done your research and planning, renovating these high use areas can become not only a costly nightmare, but a stressful and overwhelming experience as well.

    There is so much to consider after all. From the minor consequences of dust and noise, to the major decisions of how much to spend, what builder to hire and of course the fun part, the design. What kind of finish? What colour or texture? blinds or shutters? The choices are numerous and making the right decision can be difficult.

    At All Shutters & Blinds, their consultants know one thing very well – shutters. Of all window treatments, shutters are the superior choice for your bathroom or kitchen. The benefits include:

    • Hardwearing and durable in high-use areas
    • Water resistant or waterproof (depending on material chosen)
    • Aluminium shutters are non-flammable and rust-proof
    • Timber shutters are finished in quality 2-pack polyurethane paint, used in kitchens and high-end cabinetry.
    • They are easily customisable to all window shapes and sizes
    • Available in variety of colours

    Below are some design savvy bathrooms and kitchens to inspire you.

    So if you’re going to renovate, and you usually only renovate once, you might as well do it right the first time and renovate your bathroom or kitchen windows and doors with shutters. Talk to your All Shutters & Blinds consultant today.