SHUTTER CONSULTATION AND INSTALLATION
Custom shutters enhance and enrich any interior. Dark woods offer sophistication and elegance while light woods impart a country or cottage feel. White or light shutters add drama to modern rooms or create an airy atmosphere for eclectic spaces. Shutters lend themselves well to office settings too, by creating a crisp, professional look. Michael Proctor provides shutters to fit most any size and style.
Hard-to-fit windows like arches and triangles are not a problem, since our treatments are custom-designed treatments are crafted specifically to complement your space. Whether it’s windows or doors, he’s got you covered.
Having custom shutters installed in your home or workplace is one of the most cost-effective design changes you can make to breathe new life into a given space. It’s also a great way to subtly carry a theme from one room to the next. When you choose our shutters for your window treatment, you’ll have a wide array of breathtaking yet fully functional styles to choose from. Styles include:
Also known as “plantation blinds,” plantation shutters are shutters that are made for the inside of your home or office. These shutters have wide louvers that often measure 3 ½ to 4 ½ inches wide. Because this style of shutter works so beautifully in so many different environments, plantation shutters are the most popular kind of shutter in the United States, especially in the southern and western parts of the U.S.
Plantation shutters’ wide louvers give them a look of elegance, which makes them great picks for window treatments in formal dining areas and bedrooms. While that’s the case, plantation shutters are versatile enough to use in casual rooms as well.
Plantation shutters are usually white, but they’re also available stained. This style of shutter is readily available in three material types, vinyl, composite and wood.
Like café curtains, café shutters only cover the bottom half of a window, with the top remaining uncovered. Café shutters are stylish and they create interest in the design of your home or business. Because café shutters only cover the lower part of window, it’s best to reserve use of them for spaces where you don’t need total privacy.
An eyebrow window is typically a partially rounded window that often sits atop what looks like a more traditionally styled rectangle or square window. Many eyebrow windows are long and curved at the top. Given their shape, eyebrow windows usually cannot be covered with a conventional window treatment without covering up the architectural interest these windows add to the home.
Eyebrow shutters are the solution to this problem. Eyebrow shutters are often custom-made for individual eyebrow windows. Using an eyebrow shutter enables you to cover an eyebrow window without hiding the window’s architectural interest.
Panel shutters are made for the outside of your home or office. This style of shutter involves shutters located on both sides of a window. If the shutters aren’t merely ornamental or affixed to a structure permanently, you can pull the shutters closed to cover the window.
Panel shutters are available in different material types and a wide array of colors and styles. Panel shutters are great if you want to give a structure a traditional look while keeping things fresh.
Sunburst shutters are made in the United States with materials sourced in America. These shutters are stylish and versatile enough to use in many applications, both residential and commercial. Sunburst shutters are available in both wood and non-wood form, and some of them are even made with reclaimed wood.
Your St. Louis Custom Shutter Provider
If you’re thinking of adding custom interior shutters to your home, Proctor Drapery has the knowledge to guide you and answer your questions. As a business leader in window treatments with more than 35 years of experience, they offer the best in custom shutter fitting and installation.
Call today to schedule your in-home shutter consultation. Call us at 314-644-1819 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to creating and installing custom shutters at your St. Louis-area home or business location soon.