We can supply you with our new Black Out Shutters which use integrated blinds to act as a secondary layer between your Shutters and windows.
Why Choose Black Out Shutters?
This solution is perfect for bedrooms and any other room where you are looking for the best blackout achievable through a window dressing. Using a Black Out Blind built into the frame of the shutters, you can operate the blind vertically using a cord just like a normal blind.
Black Out Shutters with blinds integrated into their build benefit from an extra layer of insulation and create near blackout. The blind can easily be pulled down when the shutters are opened and remain in place while the Louvers are either closed or opened. Once pulled to the top, the blind is discrete with a minimal stacking depth, out of view until required again.
We have found that the Black Out Shutters solution has had a tremendously positive impact in terms of light flow. At the same time, we were also looking to provide a solution that didn’t compromise on the style of a Shutter, but that increased that highly sought after near-blackout effect.
How Our Black Out Shutters Work & the End Result
For all those that want to go the extra mile to ensure maximum light reductions, we invite you towards our room Black Out Blinds. Sitting between the window and the Shutters, they are incorporated in the same frame as the shutter. The room darkening blind is a simple and stylish double-layered honeycomb blind.
This highly technical option we offer works by using two compartments in the framing when you order shutters. One for the shutter and the other for the blind. This gives a sleek finish without any clumsy divided sections whilst delivering a highly practical edge! Your Shutters provide a near blackout solution with the addition of the blind. Yet all the while you can still enjoy the beauty of shutters across your window in the daytime.
The best thing about adding room darkening blinds is that they use a simple drawstring to precisely control the level of darkness. Furthermore, when you aren’t looking to darken the room, they are tucked away behind the top rail of the shutter panel, so you won’t see that they stored up there!