Many people get it set in their head that they need a wooden shutter for a window to really pull the room together, but are not prepared for the options they have to choose from. You may think you want a plantation shutter, but you may want to take a good look at our woven wood shades, and you may very well change your mind.
Wooden Shutter vs. Woven Wood Shutter
As you are likely already well aware, a traditional wooden shutter has individual pieces all fitted horizontally on some type of system that is open and closed to welcome or eliminate the light. These of course, are beautiful options that complement nearly any room.
If you are looking for something a little different though, our woven wood shades may be perfect. They are created from a combination of grass, bamboo and jute materials in an array of styles. We also offer a huge selection of shade colors, such as Bamboo Reeds Wheat, Calypso Spring, Monsoon Sand and Sunflower Gold, so there is sure to be a shade to complement your space beautifully.
Ina time when minimalist and contemporary styling seems to be a popular trend, many homes are beginning to feel a bit repetitive. Walking into a space that is actually inviting and calming is a breath of fresh air. This is the effect that wood shutters have on a space. They can be compared to having a swing on the porch and a lantern pole light in the front yard; they just make a house feel like a home.
Benefits of Wood Shutters
Our wood shutters here at Danmer are built to last. We use a Duraglide Louver Tension System that never needs adjusting or tightening and our experts can custom match them to an array of colors. The diamond undercoat on them seals moisture out, and they are hand-sanded to a smooth finish.
Our wood shutters are as durable as they are exquisite and come with a 10-year warranty on the painted finish, workmanship and labor as well as a lifetime warranty against bleeding and moving parts. The stain finish is guarantee for 2 years as well!
By using the highest quality of hardwood available, we make the wood shutters that provide a lasting richness to your home. The resins in this hardwood don’t bleed through the finish so that the color remains consistent for the duration. Our unique Diamond Coat Finish takes the durability to another level by creating a superior barrier between the wood and any environment exposure that might otherwise lead to fading and damage. We also make these shutters with a unique patented fastening system that will never loosen or pull out.
Choose from Several Finishes for Your Customized Wood Shutters
In addition to the variety of wood finishes that we offer our wood shutters in, we also have the experts on board to match your finish to any other. We can create the customized shutters that will match your style and perfectly coordinate to any additional finish you choose. You always get the highest quality wood in your shutters and the finish that is right today and for tomorrow. Contact us to learn more about our choices in customized shutters.
Wood Shutters can add beauty, reduce energy bills, increase privacy, and give you control over how much sunlight is allowed in any room. When you invest in interior or exterior shutters for your entire home, you want to get the quality that ensures your shutters will continue to look great and perform for a long time. At Danmer, we have more experience at making quality window treatments than other companies and we also use the best quality materials and manufacturing methods to create shutters with the longevity that you can rely on.
American Made Wood Shutters Are the Finest Available
Our solid wood shutters are so durable that we offer warranties that outlast any other on the market. We start with only durable, furniture grade basswood and then use the proper development and finishing techniques to create the shutters that are deserving of the Danmer name. We also use the best equipment to hang the shutters so that you can rest assured that yours will stay firmly in place. Contact us for more information on our products and services for your home.
One of the best decisions you can make when redecorating your home is to purchase your hardwood shutters from Danmer Custom Shutters. Danmer’s shutters are accompanied with the most comprehensive warranties in the industry including a 10 year warranty on painted finish, 10 years on workmanship and labor, a lifetime warranty on all moving parts, and a lifetime warranty against bleeding. If you ever decide to sell your home, all of Danmer’s warranties are transferrable.
Do you need your hardwood shutters installed as soon as possible? As the manufacturer and installer, Danmer has one of the quickest turnaround times in California and Nevada. By choosing Danmer for your new shutters, you’ll receive a top quality product and outstanding customer service. Danmer has been installing hardwood and synthetic shutters in California for over 30 years.
When it comes to comparing wooden shutters to synthetic shutters, it all comes down to choosing what works best for your budget and décor. Read further to learn more about the differences between wooden and synthetic shutters.
Pros of Installing Wooden Shutters
Wooden shutters are a more classic choice. High quality wooden shutters will last for years and can easily complement a wide range of decorating styles. Wood Shutters can be custom stained to match the existing wood stains in a room, or painted.
Pros of Installing Synthetic Shutters
Synthetic shutters are a great choice for those looking to “green” their home. Synthetic shutters insulate up to 3 times greater than wood, lowering your heating and cooling costs. Synthetic shutters can be a great choice to install in a kitchen or bathroom, as there are some synthetic shutters available that are fire retardant and water resistant.
When it comes to adding curb appeal to your home, there are several things to take into consideration. The first thing to take into consideration is the landscaping. Green grass, trimmed trees, and plants that are full of life and color instantly add curb appeal to your house. The next thing to take into consideration is the walkway to your front door as well as the driveway. Cracked concrete or asphalt, or the lack of a clear walkway or driveway detracts from appeal of your home. The third area to consider is the paint color of your home and the condition of your roof. Improving these areas can add curb appeal while also adding value to your home.
While many homeowners consider curb appeal to only apply to the exterior of your home, the interior also affects how your home is viewed. If the front of your home has large windows, it’s important to have proper window treatments like wood shutters. Whether left open or closed, wood shutters add appeal to the exterior and interior of your home.
When it comes to redecorating a room, there’s no need to completely start from scratch. Existing furniture like your sofas and chairs can be easily reupholstered or slipcovered. If you aren’t entirely in love with the flooring in a room, cover it with a large area rug. A dull or beige room can be quickly brightened up with a new paint color.
Redecorate with Hardwood Shutters
Another way to add warmth and color to a dull room is to install hardwood shutters. Traditional hardwood shutters add character and texture to room while also adding function. Shutters are great for light control, privacy, and insulating a room. Hardwood shutters while a traditional window treatment complement a wide range of decorating schemes.
Rather than completely overhaul a room next time you’re in the mood to redecorate, make quick and simple changes.
No one wants to be the homeowner with buyer’s remorse after they make important design purchases. The number one way to avoid having buyer’s remorse is to learn where to save money now and where to spend money. Those who frequently suffer buyer’s remorse are homeowners who decide to save on one area of décor by purchasing a cheaply made item and within a couple of years find it’s already ready to be replaced.
One area where it’s better to spend now is on window treatments. Cheaply made window treatments age much quicker than a high quality treatment such as wooden shutters. Wooden shutters have the longevity to last the years to come and are easier to maintain than other window treatments, as they simply require a light dusting every so often.
Lesser quality wood can give shutters a cheap and dated appearance while hardwood shutters look timeless and classy. The key to finding the right shutters for your home is to select a manufacturer who only uses the highest grade hardwood available. High grade hardwood that is finished correctly makes solid and stable shutters perfect for those looking for a long term window treatment to invest in.
Custom Built Hardwood Shutters for Your Home
Hardwood shutters can be custom designed and manufactured to fit your windows and doors. Choosing Danmer Custom Shutters as your shutter manufacturer and installer gives you 100s of framing options, finishes, and color matching to complement your existing home décor. Danmer Custom Shutter can also offer green conscious homeowners sustainably harvested and environmentally certified wood shutters.
*50% Off every second window covering. Retail value of the 2nd window covering must be equal to or less than the retail value of the first window covering. Ask your Danmer designer for full details.
Special Financing from Wells Fargo
†Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not paid in full within the promotional period. The Home Projects® Visa® credit card is issued by Wells Fargo Financial National Bank, an Equal Housing Lender.
Special terms apply to qualifying purchases charged with approved credit at participating merchants. Regular monthly payments are required during the promotional (special terms) period.
Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date at the APR for Purchases if the purchase balance is not paid in full within the promotional period. For newly opened accounts, the APR for Purchases is 27.99%. This APR may vary with the market based on the U.S. Prime Rate and is given as of 1/01/16. If you are charged interest in any billing cycle, the minimum interest charge will be $1.00. If you use the card for cash advances, the cash advance fee is 5.00% of the amount of the cash advance, but not less than $10.00.