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20-04-2022
4 Shutter Designs That Perfectly Suit Victorian Bay Windows

Victorian architecture is one of the most popular and sought-after styles when it comes to homes. One of the biggest sources of their aesthetic appeal is the large Victorian bay windows. However, setting aside their classic and traditional appeal, many homeowners might wonder which type of window shutter would be best suited for it. To ease some of that confusion, here are 4 popular styles of shutters that go along perfectly with the bay windows.

 

4 styles of window shutters for Victorian windows.

 

Full Height Shutters

As is evident by the name, full height shutters completely cover the windows from top to bottom and this masking enables them to ensure complete privacy as well as light control. Thus, you can easily cover your large bay windows with one simple motion. 

 

Tier-On-Tier Shutters

For those who want to partially allow light in the room while ensuring privacy, tier-on-tier shutters are the best choice. A versatile twist on full height shutters, these window shutters have two or more panels situated one above the other. Thus, one panel can be removed separately while leaving the other closed. Hence, the top portion can be left open to let some beautiful natural light through your Victorian windows while keeping the bottom half shut.

 

Solid Raised Shutter

Typically made without any slats or opening, a solid raised shutter can completely cover the windows, thereby offering complete protection from the elements. Made of hardwood or other similar wooden materials, a well-installed shutter can perfectly complement a Victorian-style window.

 

Cafe Style Shutter

Similar to tier-on-tier shutters in a way, cafe style shutters essentially cover only one half of the window, leaving the other open to let in light. The only difference between tier-on-tier and cafe-style shutters is that the latter doesn’t offer the flexibility to completely shut the window if required. On the flipside, cafe-style shutters are available in multiple shades and aesthetic designs that can really accentuate the window’s appearance externally and internally.

 

Thus, any one of these 4 designs will work wonders on your Victorian windows in both an aesthetic and utilitarian sense.

 

For installing the best window shutters in Toronto, you can contact us at California Shutters, a pioneer in the industry. You can also browse through our website to learn more about our services.


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