Finding the Perfect Material for Your Plantation Shutters

So you’ve just decided to update the window treatments in your home, and you think that plantation shutters will perfectly complement your lifestyle and décor. Well, you have one more final hurdle to jump before you settle on installing the right plantation shutters in your home. It’s all about finding the perfect material for your plantation shutters! There are so many options to choose from, so it can get difficult picking out the right material that’s best suited for your home, décor and lifestyle. But at Ida and Norma’s Draperies, we’re here to help you find the perfect material for your new shutters! Choose from the classic, real hardwood shutters, Polysatin™ shutters or a hybrid of the two. Find what material best fits your home and lifestyle!

Hardwood Shutters

We give you so many great options of hardwood shutters to choose from with our trusted manufacturer, Hunter Douglas. Hunter Douglas Heritance® hardwood shutters are perfect for anyone that loves the look of classic, real wood. This genuine, real wood is a look that’s hard to beat! These plantation shutters come in all different kinds of stains, so that you’ll be able to find the perfect stain to match your home’s existing décor. These shutters are constructed with superior, quality craftsmanship so you know that they’re built to last. If you want to bring natural beauty and charm to your home, hardwood shutters are the perfect addition.

Polysatin™ Shutters

If you want the look of real wood, but don’t want to deal with the wear and tear, then Palm Beach™ Polysatin™ shutters are the right fit for you. These shutters are crafted with a compound that is guaranteed never to warp, crack or peel. So they’re made to withstand all the elements! These plantation shutters are great if you are looking to add shutters to rooms like the kitchen or bathroom, which tend to be exposed to a lot of heat and moisture on a regular basis. These shutters can take the heat! They’re also great if you have any little kids or pets running around your home. Parents know the importance of durability and strength when you have young kids. And these shutters are made to last! Which makes one less thing to worry about!

Hybrid Shutters

If you’re stuck between real hardwood and Polysatin™ shutters, fear not! You can now get the best of both worlds with Hunter Douglas’ hybrid shutters. The NewStyle® shutters from Hunter Douglas are the perfect cross between the look of real wood and the durability of shutters constructed from man-made materials. These shutters are finished with a grain-like texture that really resembles the look of real wood. So if you want hardwood and durability, hybrid shutters are just what you’re looking for.

If you think you now know the perfect plantation shutter material for you and your home, stop on by our showroom in Spokane Valley, Washington. Ida and Norma’s Draperies is also proud to serve all of Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and Post Falls, Idaho.