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Kitchen Shutters

Shutters are a popular choice for kitchen windows in the UK, with their functional benefits and aesthetic appeal. They provide excellent control over light and privacy, which is important in a room that is often the heart of the home.

Moreover, shutters contribute to the overall energy efficiency of the kitchen by providing an additional layer of insulation, helping to keep the kitchen warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

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Kitchen Shutter Styles

In terms of styles, there are several types of shutters we typically recommend for kitchens. Full-height shutters cover the entire window and are ideal for large windows, where uniformity and simplicity are desirable.  Cafe-style shutters, which cover just the lower part of the window, give you privacy while still letting in plenty of light from the top half of the window. This style is particularly suitable for street-facing kitchens or those overlooking close neighbours. For maximum flexibility, tier-on-tier shutters are an excellent option, as they have separate panels on the top and bottom that you can open independently.

Inspiring Kitchen Shutters

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Benefits of Installing Shutters

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Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to commonly asked questions about kitchen shutters.

The best materials for kitchen shutters depend on the usage and conditions of the kitchen. PVC and composite materials are popular due to their moisture resistance and ease of cleaning, making them ideal for environments prone to steam and grease. Wood shutters can also be suitable but require more maintenance to prevent warping and moisture damage.

To measure your kitchen windows for shutters, you need to determine the height and width in three places: the top, middle, and bottom for width, and the left, middle, and right for height. Use the smallest measurements to ensure the shutters fit inside the window frame. This can be a tricky process, so consider hiring a professional firm such as Victoria’s Shutters to measure and install the shutters accurately.

Yes, kitchen shutters come in various styles to match different decor themes and functions. The most common styles are full-height shutters, which cover the entire window and are great for privacy and light control and café-style shutters, which cover just the bottom half of the window, adding style without sacrificing natural light. Tier-on-tier shutters, which have independent top and bottom panels for versatile privacy and light control, are another popular alternative.

Maintaining and cleaning kitchen shutters is straightforward. Dust them regularly with a microfibre cloth or a duster. Use a damp cloth with mild soapy water to remove grease and stains. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, particularly on wood shutters, to prevent damage to the finish.

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