Louvered Shutters

Hand-crafted Solid Wood Louvered Shutters

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Louvered shutters were originally created for ventilation on the higher floors. Now they are used throughout the house, especially in warmer parts of the country. You can design your hand-crafted solid wood louvers in many different ways. And we'll work with you to achieve your vision. So scroll down to find the louvered shutter style just right for you. Then see some of the ways you can configure your shutters, and the available options you might want to add to your design.


DEVONSHIRE

The epitome of the classic louvered shutter, Devonshire takes its old-world name from the area in southwest England.

Options: Rabbeting, Custom rail placement, Custom rail dimension, Custom stile dimension, Beading detail, Copper capping, Solid arch top, False tilt rod, Mouse hole, Arch top with or without shoulder rail

Component Specifications
Stiles:   2 1/2" wide
Top & Center Rails:  2 1/2" wide
Bottom Rail:  +/- 3-3/4" to 5" wide
Stile & Rail Thickness:  1-5/16"
Louver Width:   1-3/8"
Louver Thickness:  3/8"
Louver Pitch (angle):  40 degrees
Louver Spacing:  1" on center


SAVANNAH

Named for the genteel Georgia city, Savannah has the same classic form as Devonshire but with a slightly deeper louver.

Options: Rabbeting, Custom rail placement, Custom rail dimension, Custom stile dimension, Beading detail, Copper capping, Solid arch top, False tilt rod, Mouse hole, Arch top with or without shoulder rail

Component Specifications
Stiles:  2 1/2" wide
Top & Center Rails:  2 1/2" wide
Bottom Rail:  +/- 3-3/4" to 5" wide
Stile & Rail Thickness: 1-5/16"
Louver Width:  1-3/4"
Louver Thickness:  3/8"
Louver Pitch (angle):  30 degrees
Louver Spacing:  1-1/2" on center


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HUTCHINSON

The rebel Anne Hutchinson was the founder of the Rhode Island colony, and these deep, wide louvers reflect her audacious personality.

Options: Rabbeting, Custom rail placement, Custom rail dimension, Custom stile dimension, Beading detail, Copper capping, Solid arch top, False tilt rod, Mouse hole, Arch top with or without shoulder rail

Component Specifications
Stiles:  2 1/2" wide
Top Rail:  2 1/2" wide
Center Rail:  3-1/2" wide
Bottom Rail:  +/- 3" to 5" wide
Stile & Rail Thickness:  1-5/16"
Louver Width:  2-1/2"
Louver Thickness:  3/8"
Louver Pitch (angle):  20 degrees
Louver Spacing:  2" on center


SWEETBRIAR

Sweetbriar is a historic federal-style Philadelphia home built in 1797. This shutter has through-stile (open) louvers with stile trim.

Options: Rabbeting, Custom rail placement, Custom rail dimension, Custom stile dimension, Beading detail, Copper capping, Solid arch top, False tilt rod, Mouse hole, Arch top with or without shoulder rail

Component Specifications
Stiles:  2 1/2" wide
Top & Center Rails:  2 1/2" wide
Bottom Rail:  +/- 3-3/4" to 5" wide
Stile & Rail Thickness:  1-5/16"
Louver Width:  2"
Louver Thickness:  3/8"
Louver Pitch (angle):  45 degrees
Louver Spacing:  1-3/4" on center


DELANCEY

Delancey is a through-style (open) louver with box trim. It was named for a Philadelphia street near historic Headhouse Square.

Options: Rabbeting, Custom rail placement, Custom rail dimension, Custom stile dimension, Beading detail, Copper capping, Solid arch top, False tilt rod, Mouse hole, Arch top with or without shoulder rail

Component Specifications
Stiles:  2 1/2" wide
Top & Center Rails:  2 1/2" wide
Bottom Rail:  +/- 3-3/4" to 5" wide
Stile & Rail Thickness: 1-5/16"
Louver Width:  2"
Louver Thickness:  3/8"
Louver Pitch (angle):  45 degrees
Louver Spacing:  1-3/4" on center


PLEASE NOTE: You can go to our Options and Configurations pages to see the details you may want to consider for your preferred design. But every option may not be available for each model. When you talk to one of our Shuttersmiths, just ask.