Many people are aware of the great selection of window coverings provided by Hunter Douglas, but I am still amazed at how many people don't know that Hunter Douglas fabricates plantation shutters as well. And not just any plantation shutter, but the best...would you expect any different from Hunter Douglas?

What really sets them apart from other shutters is the quality craftsmanship. Shutters are all going to look pretty much the same, but how they are constructed, and the finish and materials used are going to make a differenence in the longevity and everlasting beauty of the shutters.

Hunter Douglas offers 3 kinds of shutters.

-Heritance hardwood shutters are crafted for maximum strength and durability using Trumill dovetail joinery and finished with any of our 100 Integra paint and stain finishes. A vast selection of frame choices, specialty shapes, configuration options and louver sizes gives your one of the largest selections in the industry. Made of 100% real wood, Heritance shutters add charm, natural beauty, durability and security for your home.

-NewStyle Hybrid Shutters. Stylish, Versatile, Revolutionary. Our innovative NewStyle hybrid shutters combine the great style of wood with the strength, stability, and straightness of advanced modern-day materials. With our Finetech micro-smooth finish, Newstyle shutters offer the elegance of quality shutters at an affordable price.

-Palm Beach Shutters. Constructed from a UV resistant polysatin compound, Palm Beach polysatin shutters are guaranteed never to warp, fade, chip or peel, regardless of extreme heat or moist conditions. Offered in a range of popular whites, they are designed for the ultimate in durability and easy care. Sophistiated, stylish. Steeped in tradition and sparkling with innovation, Palm Beach polysatin shutters are for everyone who wants the timeless look of shutters but insists that they last a lifetime.

I love the classic beauty and versatility of shutters. It is a look that seems to always be popular year after year. It is the only window covering that actually adds value to your home because it becomes a fixture of the home.

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