Bay Window Shutters

Plantation shutters are known for their large louvers and modern style. And this is why bay window plantation shutters are the best window treatments for the unique needs of bay windows.

Eliminate Sun Glare From Any Angle With Bay Window Shutters

With bay window shutters, dividers can be placed to allow for multiple configurations. For privacy along the bottom and at the same time letting light in at the top, it’s best to have a shutter with a divider rod in the center. Separate tilt rods will move the bottom and top section separately, so light can be directed in any number of ways.

Double-hung shutter panels on a bay window give the ability to open up the top panels and close the bottom panels. This is an ideal solution if there’s something in front of the bay window – or if there are decorative pillows or cushions on the window seat.

 

How Are Bay Window Shutters Designed?

Bay windows with white polywood shutters 

Plantation shutters are custom-fitted to the width and length of each portion of the bay window. The louvers are situated depending on the angle of the window. A shutter frame is needed for each opening, so the shutters are installed right next to each other so for a smooth look and optimal functionality.

Double-hung shutter panels on a bay window give the ability to open up the top panels and close the bottom panels. This is an ideal solution if there’s something in front of the bay window – or if there are decorative pillows or cushions on the window seat.

 
 

Want More Information About Bay Window Shutters?

Contact a window treatment retailer to get more information about bay window shutters. They can also show samples of Polywood® shutters, Ovation® shutters, Reclaimed Wood shutters, and Studio® Shutters from The Polywood Shutter Company.

 

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