Louvers are the horizontal movable slats built into each shutters panel. Shutters can be built with either 2 1/2", 3 1/2", or 4 1/2" inch louvers.
Most common window widths can be covered by either a single wide panel or two panels.
A divider rail divides the bottom section of louvers from the top section so that each section of louvers can be opened or closed independently.
Shutters can be painted any color but are usually painted to match the color of the trim around your windows.
Acadia offers a wider variety of hinge colors. Most folks match their hinge color to the color of the hardware installed throughout their house.
Cafe height refers to shutters built to cover the lower half of a window. This style offers a more informal appearance.
Twin windows that are framed within a few inches of each other and can be configured with either open center panels or as double bi-fold.
Shutters mounted on 3 or more side by side windows can be covered with a single frame partitioned vertical t-posts.
Double hung shutters are two stacked panels This allows the top panels to be opened against the wall while the bottom panels stay in place