Our plantation shutters can be crafted in many different shapes, styles and come in a large range of louvre sizes and colours. There are 6 different material options to suit every budget. However no matter which material you choose you can be assured that ShutterWise plantation shutters are all designed and handcrafted to the highest possible standards.
Our Fiji range is manufactured from premium, sustainable hardwood, Paulowina. It has a smooth texture is known for the natural beautify of its grain. Our hardwood is much lighter than the MDF product, so is great for larger windows or multiple shutters being hung together.
Our Java range has been specifically designed for high moisture locations or where the shutters may come into regular contact with water. Crafted from 100% ABS Plastic Java is extremely hardwearing and fully waterproof. It is the ideal choice for wet-rooms and bathrooms and kitchens.
The Cuba range is our entry-level hardwood product, that combines a solid hardwood shutter with a mdf frame. Cuba is a lighter product that our MDF range and offers great value for money. As Cuba is a lighter product it is great for larger windows and doors and it has the ability to hinge 4 panels together rather than 2 with our MDF range.
Our Bermuda range combines ABS louvres with an MDF frame. The shutters are spray finished producing a more natural finish than the standard Antigua shutter, closely resembling the finish of a hardwood shutter. Because the louvres are made from an ABS product it means the panels are lighter, therefore single panels can be larger that our Antigua range.
This is our new top of the range, high quality hardwood product. If painted it’s made from the highest grade Ayous wood and when stained it’s made from White Teak. It is the lightest material in our range and it comes with the new option to include a hidden hinge.
Samoa is stylish, elegant and has a beautiful smooth finish. Great for large spaces and comes in a wide range of painted or stained finishes. It’s a hardwearing and robust and will suit any space in your home.
All the timber used to make Samoa is sustainably and ethically sourced from a plantation in the Solomon Islands.