Plantation shutters

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GoodWood plantation Shutter is your authority on the wide world of window treatments and interior style. From GoodWood’s highest-quality indoor shutters, to stylish blinds, plantation Shutter, and beyond, ChinaGoodWood is your partner in making a fashion-forward home. You deserve a beautiful home – and we’re ready to help you achieve it with the addition of incredible plantation shutters.


plantation shutters treatments are about more than just fashion, though. Interior shutters are some of the most practical and energy-efficient window coverings available, and Your’s premier GoodWood faux wood plantation shutters lead the product category in function, looks, and saving you money on your monthly energy bills. Not to mention, they’re some of the only shutters made in China.


GoodWood plantation shutters builds window coverings specifically for your home, resulting in custom indoor shutters that will last generations. No matter your home’s style or budget, GoodWood shutter experts are in your corner. Look no further, you’ve arrived at the best place to wholesale plantation shutters for your windows. Indoor plantation shutters are the smartest and most stylish window treatment to feature inside your home. Available in a selection of colors, finishes and styles, our custom plantation shutters will fit seamlessly. With our modern plantation shutters, it’s easy to find a style that complements your interior.


GoodWood plantation shutters builds window coverings specifically for your home, resulting in custom indoor shutters that will last generations. No matter your home’s style or budget, GoodWood shutter experts are in your corner. Look no further, you’ve arrived at the best place to wholesale plantation shutters for your windows. Indoor plantation shutters are the smartest and most stylish window treatment to feature inside your home. Available in a selection of colors, finishes and styles, our custom plantation shutters will fit seamlessly. With our modern plantation shutters, it’s easy to find a style that complements your interior.


Plantation shutters from were made popular in the 1999s throughout areas of the all world and they remain a beautiful, timeless choice today. Plantation shutters Budget Blinds are designed with functional louvers in a range of different blade sizes, allowing you to easily control lighting, privacy, and airflow in any room. Budget Blinds Plantation shutters bring timeless, artisan-style beauty to your home, in both real wood and faux wood options.

Our Plantation Shutters Prove Great Style is Always in Style


Our artisan-style Plantation shutters add a timeless statement to your home. We create our shutters to fit your exact specifications, from measurements to blade size and material. Our real hardwood window shutters are our most popular option, but we also carry a polymer faux wood choice. Both options come in a variety of colors and finishes.


Here are some advantages to choosing Plantation window shutters for your home.


  1. The louvers on our Plantation shutters come in a range of different blade (slat) sizes. Our louvers are fully functional to allow you to control light, visibility, and even airflow when your windows are open.

  2. When you choose our real wood shutters you can rest assured that our China shutters are responsibly sourced, making them an eco-friendly option.

  3. Unlike the competition, our Plantation shutters perfectly mimic the beauty, versatility, and functionality of the original southern Plantation shutter design.

  4. You can use our Plantation shutters on French and sliding glass doors thanks to a bi-fold track design that allows them to hinge and fold.

  5. The durable design of our Plantation shutters provides insulation. Fully closing the slats will block the sunlight during the day and offer maximum energy-efficiency. You can combine our window shutters with our other products, such as UV blocking film.

  6. Our polymer composite Plantation shutters look just like the real thing but are a great alternative for high-humidity zones like bathrooms and kitchens.


Café style shutter


Café style shutters from Good Wood are designed to provide full privacy on the bottom portion of windows while leaving the top half clear and open to preserve your view to the outside.The result is a shutter-style that provides unique charm, yet also delivers exceptional practicality.


While the versatility of plantation shutters makes them suitable for any window, there are separate optional styles to further suit any window you choose. An excellent choice for ground floor windows tends to be café style shutters. These plantation shutters are typically half the height of the window and allow for privacy with the addition of unobstructed light from the upper half of the window.


The term café style shutters is taken from the aesthetics of Parisian-style half shutters, commonly found in patisseries, cafés and restaurant front windows. Bringing this same functionality into your home, you can allow perfect light into your front rooms, lounges and dining rooms – also giving you the option of semi or total privacy from eye height.


While café style shutters are thought of as half height on your window, we would recommend matching up the highest point to the transom of your window. This keeps the shutters matching the general design and feel of the interior and exterior of the window. Keeping your home looking fantastic from both the inside and out is often overlooked and people design their shutters purely based from internal perspectives. Ensure your panel widths and heights match up to window panel widths and heights. This gives a flowing look from the outside of your house and also ensures no “doubling up” when it comes to light blockage.



Bi-fold shutters

bifold shuttersTraditionally in a interior four-panel bi-fold shutter unit two shutter panels hinge together and hinge to the left and open to the left. The panels fold together and should rest against the wall on the left side. Then, two shutter panels hinge together and hinge to the right and open to the right. The panels fold together and should rest against the wall on the right side. A panel is a single shutter consisting of two side stiles, a top and bottom rail, an optional divider rail, louvers, and a tilt bar.


The term bi-fold (or, bifold) also could describe just two panels across, where two shutter panels hinge together and open to the left or right side of the window.

A second term that is widely used is “accordion shutters”. Some people even combine phrases, requesting bifold shutters that accordion. Again, it is best to describe the number of panels across and the fold pattern when communicating with a shutter professional.

Most shutter professionals will help you clarify the shutter unit which you desire. However, following these guidelines and avoiding the terms “bifold shutters”, “bi-fold shutters”, and “accordion shutters” will help simplify the process.


GoodWood Interior Shutters offers custom interior bi-fold wood plantation shutters and traditional style plantation shutters.



Tier on Tier Shutters

Tier on Tier Shutters Pros

Tier on tier shutters essentially have two sets of panels, upper and lower, that operate independently from one another.
This allows you to keep the lower tier panels closed for privacy and keep the top tier panels open for full light-entry.
If you have furniture or maybe a kitchen faucet blocking the bottom of the window opening, this style still gives you freedom to operate the upper section of your shutters freely.
Alternately, you can keep the bottom tier panels open if you need access to your windowsill, or perhaps an air conditioning unit in the window, and keep the top tier closed as needed.
This style is also great for windows that face a busy street or directly point toward a neighbor’s house.


What are tier-on-tier shutters?


Tier-on-tier (or double hung) shutters are slatted plantation shutters that offer full window coverage in as much the same way as a full-height shutter does, but with an added extra.
The upper and lower panels of a tier-on-tier shutter are physically separated, meaning that the top and bottom sections can be opened or closed independently of one another.
This results in an incredibly versatile shutter, one that can provide a room with both privacy and an abundance of natural light more so than other shutters can. Whilst all plantation shutters are designed with both privacy and light control in mind, tier-on-tier shutters take it one step further and are a popular choice for a number of different rooms and window types.


Why choose tier-on-tier shutters?


One word springs to mind when seeing a tier-on-tier shutter in action – versatility. With the entire window being covered from top to bottom, you have the option to keep all panels and slats completely closed for darkness and total privacy. Alternatively, pull open the upper panels whilst keeping the bottom portions closed and, voila, you have privacy at the bottom and natural light flooding into the room unobstructed through the top of the window.
You can even take further control of the amount of light coming into a room by making use of the slats on your tier-on-tier shutter panels. With either the top or bottom panel’s slats open and the others closed, you can create a lovely, relaxing ambient glow.

Shaped shutters

Shaped shutters


Shaped shutters are the most versatile window dressing available.

Any shape is possible in our wood ranges, whether it is angled or curved. We can even mount to a door frame and cut around the handle so that the door still operates – this is called French cut-out.

Often added as a feature, or created by the shape of the room, shaped windows can be a stunning addition to any room or property. Traditional window dressing options such as Venetian blinds or curtains can only cover up these shapes or only cover portions of the window. Shutters are the answer, and sometimes the only answer available, to retain the original shape of the window.

We can produce a shaped shutter to fit not only any specific standard shape but most irregular shaped windows. We can even produce window shutters that are scribed to the window by templating the reveal and using a CNC machine to manufacture the frame and panel to mirror the template.

The sunburst fan effect is stunning when used in raked or arched shutters. Whilst each louver is individual, they can be opened and closed although generally the louvres are set to provide shade and filtered light. The same shapes can be made with horizontal louvres that operate the same as standard square panels which is ideal if your shaped window is in a bedroom, for example.
Whilst shaped windows are not common, we are seeing the use of arches or large raked windows to create stunning features in modern properties. Adding shutters to these features in classic or modern homes will enhance the look and usability of these windows. Some standard raked shapes are available in our Seattle MDF range, whilst our Boston Premium hardwood range can be used to make any other shape we need.