When our professionals come to your San Antonio home for a design consultation, they’ll guide you through the shutter options available - including shutter frames. The louvers of plantation shutters range from 2.5” to 4.5”, giving your home a contemporary look. But it’s the frame that outlines the shutters that gives your window treatment the ultimate style statement. Depending on the type of windows you have, our team will help you pick the most suitable frame for your home.
Here are the shutter frames available in San Antonio:
The craftsman is a modern style shutter frame with clean trim that is wider than other frame styles. It outlines the shutter panels with straightforward lines that makes the shutter pop. This is what makes the craftsman shutter trim perfect for homes that lean toward craftsman style construction.
The decorative frame is different from the craftsman with a slimmer look and more intricate lines. It’s mounted on the outside of the window opening and has a minimalist style. We’ve seen this decorative shutter trim most often mounted in classic colonial homes in San Antonio.
The L frame can be mounted inside the window opening even with the wall, or outside the window opening. It gives you clean lines in a small space. This shutter frame defines the shutter panel in a subtle manner. The L frame works great in most homes.
The Z frame is a wider shutter trim with decorative window casing. The Z frame plays up its curved face to give your window a classic feel.
What Other Window Shutter Frames Are Available In San Antonio?
We have a variety of window shutter frames. And our design specialists will show you the most-suited frame for your windows and your home’s style. We’ll bring a sample of all the available frames to your house during your consultation. This way, you can consider all of them and select the one that fits you perfectly.
For more information about the shutter frames available in San Antonio and to schedule a free in-home consultation, call 210-876-0377 or fill out the form below today!