When selecting bedroom window treatments there are usually two major concerns, privacy and light control. If your bedroom windows are facing public spaces you don’t want prying eyes to be able to look in but you still want to allow in.
Image: Shutters in a bedroom with the bottom louvers closed and the top louvers open (split tilt)
Bedroom shutters are great for being able to create privacy and control light and balancing both. This is accomplished by opening and closing the shutter’s louvers to achieve the desired affect. To maintain privacy while allowing light to enter your shutters can ordered with a split tilt where the bottom section can remain closed and the top tilted open. Because they are custom made you can determine where you would like the split to occur.
Our shutters come in several materials and colors to choose from. Ranging from the best-selling durable, wood composite of
Woodlore® to the solid hardwood found in our flagship shutter
Norman® Ultra. Choose from over 50 standard paints and stains or utilize our custom color program to match or complement your bedroom style and decor.
Image: Shutter with the louvers closed showing light coming in around the edges of the louvers and in between the louvers as well.
When complete darkness is essential, consider our DayNite Shutter which has a room darkening shade behind it to block light from coming through the closed louvers.
Image: DayNite shutter in a bedroom showing with shade up and with it down to show the difference in light control.
Explore each of our shutter lines to determine which features and benefits work best for you.
The World’s best-selling shutter. Learn more
Image: Woodlore® Plus
Wider widths, more colors plus a waterproof option. Learn more
Elegant wood graining and unlimited paint and stain options. Learn more
Image: Norman® Ultra
Our flagship shutter. Strong, robust and worthy to be called Ultra. Learn more