Indoor Window Shutters FAQs
Q: What Are the Benefits of Using Window Shutters?
Offering a timeless aesthetic, window shutters deliver effortless control of airflow, insulation, privacy, and light ingress. And, available in a plethora of styles, designs, materials, and colours — they both complement and enhance your home.
Q: What Are Indoor Shutters?
An indoor shutter is a robust window covering that incorporates horizontal rails with vertical stiles. The louvres can be tilted and rotated to alter light and air penetration.
Q: Why Choose Interior Shutters?
Straightforward to operate, long-lasting, and safe for children and pets — interior shutters offer a more opulent alternative to interior curtains and blinds.
Q: How Do I Maintain My Shutter Blinds?
Dust or vacuum weekly, pay attention to the hinges, only use a soft cloth, and never utilise harsh cleaning materials or chemicals.
Q: What Are the Pros and Cons of Indoor Shutter Blinds?
Indoor shutters provide years of reliability, versatile control, and effortless cleaning — however, they’re at a higher price point than blinds and curtains, difficult to self-fit, and cannot be completely raised.
For a complete investigation of the advantages and disadvantages, check out our Ultimate Window Shutters Pros and Cons Guide.
Q: Can I Fit Indoor Shutters Myself?
It’s tempting to measure your own windows, purchase some indoor shutters from Bunnings, and attempt to fit them yourself. However, unless you’re a skilled carpenter — we wouldn’t recommend it.
Unlike curtains and blinds, which a skilled DIYer could install themselves — accurate fitting of shutters, handling the material, and ensuring they function correctly is incredibly challenging. We recommend leaving installing indoor window shutters
to the experts!