Plantation Shutters Bedroom


Insulation & Noise Reduction

Plantation shutters can provide additional insulation and noise reduction in your bedroom. Wood shutters, in particular, have excellent insulating properties. However, if noise reduction and energy efficiency are essential, consider selecting shutters with thicker louvers and materials with good insulation.


Consider how you want to operate the shutters in your bedroom. They can be designed to open and close fully or have a split configuration, allowing you to independently control the upper and lower sections. Based on your convenience and aesthetic preferences, decide on the preferred operating mechanism, such as a tilt rod or hidden tilt.

Privacy at Night

Consider the privacy aspect at night when choosing plantation shutters for your bedroom. Opt for shutters with tight-fitting louvers that provide adequate coverage and prevent outside visibility when the room is illuminated at night.


Choose a material that suits your preferences and meets the requirements of your bedroom. For example, wood shutters offer a warm and classic look, while vinyl or composite shutters provide durability and resistance to moisture, making them suitable for bathrooms or high-humidity environments. Consider maintenance, durability, and cost factors when selecting the material.

The best material for bedroom plantation shutters

Bedroom Shutters Range

best material for plantation shutters

Basswood Shutters

  • Combine strength and durability
  • Authentic & timeless appearance
  • Superior finishing properties
  • Excellent insulation properties
best material for plantation shutters

Paulownia Shutters

  • Lightweight yet sturdy wood
  • The most cost-effective choice
  • Natural long-lasting beauty
  • Style flexibility and innovation
PVC Plantation Shutters

PVC Shutters

  • Competitively priced
  • Made of easy-care vinyl
  • Exceptional everyday performance
  • Engineered for precise installation
The most common design style of plantation shutters in bedroom

Popular Shutter Styles

full height shutters

Full Height Shutters

Full-height shutters are one of our most popular and adaptable installation styles, covering the entire height of the window. The shutters function as two independent panels on each side of the window that can be operated independently. This means you can choose whether to let light in by opening the panels or add privacy by completely closing them.

tier on tier shutters

Tier on Tier Shutters

Thanks to the panels, the top set can swing open independently of the bottom set. As a result, privacy and the capacity to receive natural light are entirely at their discretion. They are the perfect option for persons whose windows look out onto streets or other public spaces where curious people might disturb their privacy because of their versatility.

cafe style shutters

Cafe Style Shutters

The cafe-style shutters are ideal for ground-level windows and townhouses because it leaves the top open and only use shutters for the bottom section of the frame. Cafe-style shutters are commonly used on tall windows the same height as the walls in a room. This style can maximize light while also providing flexible privacy options.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Should I choose plantation shutters for my bedroom window?

Your shutters will do everything you could want from a window dressing and more by covering the entire window, providing flexibility in slat control to enhance privacy, light control, and even better temperature control in the room due to the extra covering in front of the window.

What is the most popular type of bedroom window shutter?

Our full height and tier-on-tier ranges are the most popular with our customers. This is because they cover the entire window, blocking the light at night. If you choose tier on tier, you can open and close the top level independently of the bottom one, giving you complete control over the light that enters your room. Allow all the light in by opening the shutters wide or closing the panels with the louvers open for privacy while still allowing all the light in.

Which material is most commonly used for bedroom shutters?

It all comes down to the size of your shutters and what you want to achieve with them. Craftwood MDF and Hardwood shutters are unquestionably popular material choices for most rooms. SupposeHowever, if you are unsure of what you are looking for. In that case, our highly experienced surveyors are here to offer you expert advice while measuring up your windows, making the decision process as stress-free and easy as possible.

Can I combine my bedroom shutters with curtains?

If you want to add curtains to your shutters, don’t worry because your shutters can be made or selected in a neutral white color to match the windows or surrounds, so you can take down the curtains to change the room décor or for cleaning without fear of a clash because your shutters will sit fabulously tying the room together for many years to come.