Shuttercraft launched a video showing where to find the most popular shutter styles for bay windows in the UK, including full height, tier on tier and caf style treatments that add style, privacy and natural light to a home.
More information is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTbnq4IkZF0
Bay windows are a classic part of UK architecture and a common feature in many homes up and down the country, because of their ability to make a room look bigger and bring more light in. But for most, they have always been notoriously difficult to cover.
To help everyone dress their bay windows the right way and not have to hide them behind heavy, impractical curtains or drapes, the famous UK shutter supplier Shuttercraft has launched a new video showcasing where to find the most popular bay window shutter styles around.
The video shows where to get premium made to measure plantation shutters that match the exact shape, angle and size of the window, suit the style and dcor of the home and stay true to the period and heritage of the architecture.
Read more information here: https://www.shuttercraft.co.uk/
This includes beautiful full height, caf style or tier-on-tier shutters capable of not only adding to the beauty, class and elegance of the room but also get the most out of the natural light without the direct glare of the sun, and insulate the property the right way to save on energy bills.
All of them supplied and installed by local pros who listen to each clients needs and dreams, are genuinely passionate about helping them transform the spaces they love the most, and always volunteer any advice needed to bring their vision to life.
This with free in home surveys, an efficient, award winning installation process, no pressure to buy or pushy sales tactics and the utmost respect for the property, the schedule and the budget of the client.
To see the new video, get free in home surveys and find out more about where to get made to measure bay window coverings that add style, practicality and class to a room, the public can check the link provided above.
Video information is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTbnq4IkZF0
For more information, visit: https://www.shuttercraft.co.uk