Tier on tier plantation shutters from £250 m/2

Like the Full Height style, Tier on Tier Plantation Shutters cover the whole height of the window except that there is an additional bottom and top tier of panels, completely separated at a certain point up the window (think stable door!)

Having independent panels on the top and bottom half of the window means you can open the whole top half of the shutter panels, while leaving the bottom half of the shutter panels closed against your windows. This can maximise the light coming in through your window when the top tier is folded open and still allowing for privacy on the bottom half of your windows. You could open the top half to make the most of a pretty view and the bottom closed for privacy, or vice versa. Each panel has its own set of slats that move in unison, independently from the other panels in the window and works particularly well in rooms that have an urban outlook, where privacy is always going to be a priority.

This shutter style can add more solid ‘borders’ to each window and there are twice as many panels needed for Tier on Tier Plantation Shutters vs. Full height style. Sometimes this can decease the light than come through when the shutters are against the window and may not be ideal for wider window designs or very small windows. A hugely popular choice for road facing windows, bay windows or Living Room windows where you would like lots of flexibility in the daily use of your shutters.

Advantages of Tier on Tier Plantation Shutters:

  • Separate row of panels on the top and bottom of the window
  • Extremely versatile, allowing excellent privacy and light control
  • Flexible control of panels (open the top half separately)
  • Adds privacy, but more panelling in total
  • Popular in Ground Floor Rooms and Bay Windows
  • Best for bedrooms and bathrooms

Oakhurst is a nationwide supplier of shutters and our product can also be purchased from the John Lewis Partnership.

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