The Legacy Shutter range is a real wood shutter at an affordable price.
This range combines hardwood panels and louvres with sturdy MDF
frames, which means you’ll get a premium hardwood finish for a more affordable price. These shutters are designed to provide you with a stylish and long-lasting window covering solution that enhances your space’s aesthetics while offering practical benefits.
Legacy shutters can be made in a variety of styles and finishes and this range is completed in a wonderful painted finish, including Whites, Creams and Greys to suit any room.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and explore the endless possibilities of transforming your space with our exquisite window Shutter Blinds solutions.
Why Choose Legacy Shutters with Hardwood Panels and Louvres?
Aesthetic Appeal: The combination of hardwood panels and louvres with sturdy MDF creates a visually stunning and unique look for your shutters. The natural beauty and grain patterns of hardwood add warmth and sophistication to your space, while the MDF provides a solid and clean finish. This combination allows you to enjoy the best of both materials, resulting in an eye-catching and elegant window treatment.
Durability and Stability: By incorporating sturdy MDF into the construction of the shutters, we ensure exceptional durability and stability. MDF is known for its resistance to warping, cracking, and moisture damage, making it an excellent choice for areas with high humidity or temperature fluctuations. The hardwood panels and louvres add strength and rigidity, ensuring the longevity of your shutters.
Light Control and Privacy: Our hybrid shutters offer excellent light control options. You can easily adjust the louvres to allow in the desired amount of natural light while maintaining privacy. When fully closed, the combination of hardwood panels and MDF provides an effective barrier, shielding your space from outside view.
Energy Efficiency: Shutters with hardwood panels and louvres combined with sturdy MDF offer insulation benefits, helping to regulate the temperature inside your home. They can reduce heat transfer during the summer, keeping your space cooler, and act as a barrier against cold drafts in the winter. This can lead to energy savings and a more comfortable living environment.