In contrast to what you may think, shutters do not always have to look traditional or classic. They can be designed and manufactured to look sleek, suiting modern spaces such as the two bathrooms shown below made possible in part by using a less traditional material: aluminum. The shutters in all of the images below are aluminum. Putting shutters in a bathroom with specific tilt preferences allows you to maintain privacy without sacrificing style or your view.
It's 2018, and you may be looking for a way to update your home this year whether you have a traditional or modern style. Search no further because custom-designed and hand-crafted shutters are the solution you have been looking for. Shutters from Newport Custom Shutters are designed and constructed to seamlessly fit your windows, match your paint color choice, and either blend in or stand out to suit your particular design taste. Our wood shutters serve as the premier window treatment serving both fashion and function, in that they control the amount of light and heat let into your home in a way that adds value and style to your home's interior. See the images below for a recent shutter installment in the greater Seattle area exemplifying the use of color and shutter style to merge seamlessly into the living room, and create a bold statement in the bedroom and bathroom. Newport Custom Shutters is your destination for custom shutters, manufactured right here in Redmond, Washington. Click the "contact" header above to call us or send an email to receive a no-obligation in-home estimate.
We just completed Aluminum shutters in an ultra chic, one of a kind architect designed home in Seattle. The shutters are a striking complement to the glass tiles, Puget sound views, and sleek design of this bathroom. For more information on wood or aluminum shutters, which we craft right here in our Redmond factory please call Newport Custom Shutters.
We were approached by a noted interior designer to design shutters to suit a customer's unique specifications. The request was for shutters with two side controls placed on the outside edges of the shutters rather than the center. The louver size needed to be large to accommodate sweeping areas of glass, however the client preferred the final product to be as streamlined as possible. With this in mind, we fabricated several samples with a distinct louver size to replicate the shutters the customer had in a previous home. One style was approved by the customer, the shutters were crafted in our factory, and carefully installed in the customer's home. The customer and her husband were impressed by the final product and agreed that the shutters exactly replicated what they had before. This is an example of how great design combined with the client's valuable input can produce superb results.
We were requested to shutter a set of french doors for a client in Bellevue last year. The wrought iron door handle and lock were very large and protruding which presented a problem. If a standard size stile was used, the louvers would not have been able to open and close. One solution to this complication would be to mount the shutters on the outside of the window casing with a large, bulky hinging frame. After doing an onsite consulation, our designer, Phillip, resolved the issue by making the two outside stiles on the doors larger than all of the inner stiles. Thus, the shutters could be flush mounted inside the french door jamb and the louvers would open and close as intended.
This can be made possible when you hire a shutter specialist that has over 20 years design and installation experience. When combined with our own manufacturing facility, it enables us to custom make any part of the shutter to suit the design requirements. Please see the photos for greater detail.