Shutters | Interior Window Shutters
Wood vs. Composite Shutters
- Lighter than composite shutters, making them a good choice for large windows
- Has widest variety in installation and customization options, including the Custom Color program
- Twenty frame styles
- Composite material will not warp, crack, or peel
- Moisture resistant, making them a good option for high humidity areas such as kitchens and bathrooms
- Nine frame styles
Section Your Shutters
A divider rail is a stationary rail that splits a shutter into two sections. This allows the top and bottom sections of the shutter to move independently for better light and privacy control. You can also try a split tilt if you want your shutter to be split into two sections without the aesthetic of a stationary rail created by the divider rail.
Pair Your Products
Display wood shutters with wood blinds by pairing their paints or stains. Composite shutters can match colors with composite blinds as well.
Overseen from Start to Finish
The creation of composite and wood shutters is overseen from beginning to end to ensure our customers receive high quality products with little wait time.
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
The Graber Limited Lifetime Warranty represents a dedication to your complete satisfaction — ensuring a lifetime of beauty, excellence, and service when you need it most.