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Cellular / Honeycomb Shades for Doors

Client wanted a shutter in her art room with the intention of operating it everyday. We recommended a bifolding 4 panel shutter so that the panels would have enough room to stack on either side of her window. Our experts also suggested mounting the shutter outside the window casing so that the shutter didn’t interfere with the window cranks. The final touch was including a sill cap to give the shutter a complete and finished look.

  • Norman Woodlore composite shutters

  • 2" bullnose z-frame

  • 3.5" louvres for maximum view and light when opened

  • Invisible Tilt for an updated contemporary look

  • Polypropylene coating for durability and lifetime warranty against fading Client: Sue Schenk Location: Post Falls, ID Year: 2022




Shutter Post Falls, ID
Shutter Post Falls, ID

Shutter Frame Built Around Window Crank - The shutter frame was outside mounted so it would not interfere with the window hardware
Shutter Frame Built Around Window Crank - The shutter frame was outside mounted so it would not interfere with the window hardware


Bifold Shutter Configuration - This was chosen so that the client could fold her shutter panels to the sides of her windows without taking up a lot of space
Bifold Shutter Configuration - This was chosen so that the client could fold her shutter panels to the sides of her windows without taking up a lot of space


Shutters Sill Cap - The sill cap was added on top of the existing sill because the shutter was mounted outside of the window casing
Shutters Sill Cap - The sill cap was added on top of the existing sill because the shutter was mounted outside of the window casing


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