Design Your Polywood Shutters with our New Shutter Designer
Want to see what each Polywood shutter option looks like before you purchase? Our Shutter Designer makes it simple. Select your plantation shutter color, louver, control, and frame. Then, set your background wall color and get a good feel for how our Polywood® shutters will look in your home. When you've found what you like, download your ideal shutters and send them to the store so we can get you a quote for custom-crafted Polywood shutters.
Just a few shutter tips:
- Most Salt Lake City homeowners pick Snow White.
- 3.5” louvers narrowly edge out 4.5” louvers in requests.
- Pick a standard tilt rod for a farmhouse or traditional style home, and hidden tilt for a more modern home.
- Divider rails and split tilt are exciting choices when you want to close the bottom louvers for privacy and tilting open the top louvers to let in light.
- For frames, the main idea is if you have trim/casing around your window, use the Decorative L, Flat L, or Standard L. No casing or trim: any frame will work.
- If you use a sill piece at the bottom of your window—probably wood or marble—make sure you select “with Sill” so your shutters are built with the sill frame that would sit on top of your sill piece.