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What kind of shutters are available?

Available in wood, vinyl, and composite materials, exterior shutters are a cost-effective way to enhance your home’s curb appeal. The wide variety of styles, sizes, and finishes can complement any architectural style and add color and dimension to a façade. For coastal locations or other areas exposed to harsh weather, storm-rated fully operational shutters are a preferred option. When you shop for shutters at a Ring’s End Window & Door Showroom, you’ll find a large selection of shutters for every taste and budget, plus experienced professionals to answer your questions and help you choose the right shutter and shutter hardware for your needs.


The most popular of all shutter styles, louvered shutters date back to the 1700s yet look beautiful on almost any type of home. Moveable louvers, which can modulate ventilation, can be found on operable shutters, whereas fixed louvers are common on decorative shutters.

Raised Panel

Characteristic of Southern Plantation architecture, raised panel shutters are well suited to colonial architecture. Their simple yet elegant design also goes nicely with homes featuring visually complex exteriors.

Flat Panel

These simple, Shaker-style shutters give a neat, uncluttered look to a home. They are often used with Craftsman architecture as well as with contemporary and New England colonial styles.


Developed in New Orleans, combination shutters have louvers on the top and raised panels on the bottom. They offer an uncommon exterior accent for almost all styles of home.

Board & Batten

This more rustic shutter style reflects the American frontier as well as some European traditions. It comes in ‘closed-board’ and the less formal ‘open-board’ configurations. It is commonly used with ranch, split-level, and country cottage design.

Interior Shutters

Interior shutters give your home a classic plantation look. Hunter-Douglas shutters are available in traditionally crafted hardwood, in combinations of real wood and advanced modern-day materials, and in durable, UV resistant polysatin compound. All materials are available in many designer colors, stains, and finishes a well as in custom shapes and sizes. Hunter Douglas shutters are sold at our Branford, Danbury, Darien, Fairfield, Lewisboro, New Milford, Norwalk, Stamford Harvard, Stamford High Ridge, Westport, and Wilton locations.

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