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What Are The Different Plantation Shutter Options In St. George?

November 30, 2023

The best plantation shutters are customizable to match your unique needs and windows. But with a plethora of options, it can be challenging to pick what you want. Which color will go with your interior? What style of tilt rod is best for your installation? What frame is right for the window? Here are some suggestions for designing the ideal window treatments with your favorite plantation shutter options in St. George.

Picking Plantation Shutter Colors In St. George

Dark wood plantation shutters on a window above a beige couch
You’ll get to explore numerous appealing colors of plantation shutters in St. George. Premium wood Ovation® shutters come in dozens of wood stain and paint colors. Durable Polywood® shutters can be ordered in three shades of white. Get started with these interior window shutter color ideas for St. George homes:
  • Choose clean white Polywood shutters to blend with fashion-forward decor.
  • Choose wood shutters in a stain or paint color that goes with your home’s current wood features.
  • Utilize wood shutters to bring richness and warmth to your home’s style.
  • Use white shutters to contrast with bold wall colors.
  • Use bright white shutters to effortlessly blend with any interior.

Sunburst’s Shutter Designer tool will help you envision your the various shutter colors next to your wall and how the many plantation shutter options in St. George look together. Click here to try out the Shutter Designer.

What To Know About Shutter Tilt Rods

White Polywood shutters with hidden tilt rods on windows in a living room
The tilt rod links a shutter’s louvers and moves them in unison. Conventional tilt rods are visible on the face of your shutter panels. If you don’t like this look, you can get hidden tilt rods integrated into the back edge of your shutters.


If you would like to open the upper louvers for daylight and keep the lower louvers shut for privacy, ask for split tilt rods or a divider rail. Both options let you adjust the top section of your louvers apart from the bottom section.

How To Choose A Plantation Shutter Frame

 Large window with interior shutters in a kitchen.
Depending on the kind of interior shutter you select, you’ll have a variety of possibilities for frame styles. Collaborating with your shutter design expert, determine what kind of frame will fit your window. They can let you know if your window requires an inside- or outside-mounted frame (or if either is suitable), and what types you can pick from.

Once you know your choices, have fun choosing one that is best for your home’s style. Consider choosing a

  • Frame with a sill design if your window has a sill protruding from it.
  • Frame that goes with your crown molding.
  • Craftsman frame if you have a Craftsman home.
  • Decorative frame.

Choosing An Interior Shutter Louver Size

Choosing a louver size mainly boils down to personal taste. Do you like the look of very wide louvers, narrow louvers, or something in the middle? You should see how the louvers appear when tilted out and shut. Sunburst Shutters provides louvers in three options: 2.5”, 3.5”, and 4.5”. The thinner the louvers, the more you'll have in the shutter panels. The many horizontal lines can impede your vision when the shutter panel is shut and the louvers are tilted open. You may consider the 4.5” options in that case. However, the 3.5” width is the most preferred size by far.

Find Your Perfect Interior Shutters At Sunburst Shutters St. George

Explore all the great plantation shutter options in St. George at Sunburst. During your complimentary in-home consultation, we’ll help you figure out what customizations will provide the best interior shutter. Call us at 435-485-9332 or fill out the form below to request yours today.