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Remodelista Reconnaissance: Interior Shutters in a Workstead-Designed Retreat

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Remodelista Reconnaissance: Interior Shutters in a Workstead-Designed Retreat

August 26, 2022

Ever since Julie first posted on this Low-Key but Subtly Luxe Beach House on Shelter Island, Courtesy of Workstead, we’ve been convinced of the appeal of interior shutters. Particularly the un-slatted sort: a clean-lined, modern-but-still-classic update on old-fashioned styles.

Where to source something similar? That’s this week’s query.

The Sighting

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Above: The interior shutters, shown here in a bedroom in the Shelter Island house. Open, they let the light in; closed, they’re a better-looking alternative to black-out curtains, no finicky blinds or fussy drapes needed. Photograph by Matthew Williams.

The Source

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Above: To source something similar, look for the following keywords: interior tier-on-tier solid-wood shutters (tier-on-tier meaning there are two sets of shutters, stacked, top and bottom). The New England Shutter Company—based not, in fact, in New England, but in London—has customizable offerings, like the ones shown here.

Or, if you’re feeling daring, make your own: The blog The Art of Doing Stuff has instructions using birch plywood.

Have interior shutters (and a trusty source)? Let us know in the comments.

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