As one of the UK’s leading choices for bespoke plantation shutters and wooden blinds, Riverside Shutters offer a superb range of highly elegant yet stylishly sophisticated window and door shutter systems for the kitchen and dining area. The safe and practical alternative to curtains and other window coverings, our premium quality kitchen shutters are made to measure and they are also easy to clean.
When choosing a plantation shutter for the kitchen, the choice of materials that the blind is constructed from can make a huge difference in terms of performance. The team at Riverside Shutters personally recommend using our Lancaster product range which is built from MDF. This exhibits superior strength and can simply be wiped with a damp cloth or a feather duster for cleaning purposes.
Whether you are looking for a contemporary window cover for your kitchen at home, or you run a restaurant, a bed and breakfast or a gym, our custom made plantation shutters can be built to fit any shape, size or style of window. If you are looking to maintain an excellent level of privacy and security and you want an advanced shutter system that is easy to use and maintain, we can provide a free home survey whilst showing you samples of the most appropriate wooden shutter blinds for your needs.
One of the most popular choices for those looking to enhance the overall look of their kitchen interior design scheme with our plantation shutters for doors and windows is the full height style shutter. They cover the entire height of the door or window where they are fitted and can also be left open or closed at either side, independently.
Another option is the café style shutter, which only covers the bottom half of the window. Although this leaves the top half of the door or window without a shutter, the look is becoming increasingly more commonplace and is currently en vogue with many home and kitchen owners.
Somewhere between the two is the tier on tier shutter system. This consists of two blinds, stacked on top of each other. This allows you to close the shutters on the lower or upper half of the window separately, or leave all the entire window blind fully opened or closed.