Now, enjoy two popular window shutter designs all-in-one beautiful hybrid. The Combination Exterior Shutters fuse a classic raised panel and louvered screen to arrive at this distinctive, lovely design.
- Choose wood, vinyl or fiberglass
- Make shutters decorative or operable
- Custom colors available
The outdoor window shutters online at Hooks and Lattice represent a baseline of product options. Each material - cedar, vinyl and fiberglass - comes with unique specifications suited to different tastes, so clicking on individual shutter pairs is a good way to explore which is best for your home. No matter the material, Combination Exterior Shutters are a quality, durable and attractive product - sure to brighten any window.
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Looking for outdoor window shutters with an eclectic feel? Consider the Combination style. These distinct exterior screens blend a louvered and raised panel together all in one stunning window shutter design. A lovely addition to all types of homes, from neoclassical architecture to American Craftsman.
Louvered and Paneled Shutters Join Forces
When shopping for decorative exterior shutters, these two styles will undoubtedly come up in the search. Raised panel shutters have an air of timeless sophistication while louvered window shutter designs feel light and airy, with all-around universal appeal. Together, they form a an interesting fusion of structure and flexibility.
Set side by side, louvers and raised panels form a charming textural effect. This dimension helps Combination Exterior Shutters to stand out against facades of all types, from stucco to vinyl siding. And with a host of custom colors to choose from or the option to paint yourself, it's easy to work louvered and paneled shutters into your exterior palette.
So Many Materials - How's A Homeowner to Choose?
Today, the decision to mount decorative exterior shutters is not simply a matter of style. The marketplace is bursting with material options including the cedar, fiberglass and vinyl panels seen here. Inevitably leading to the question of, "Which outdoor window shutter material is right for my home?"
To begin the answer, it's worth pointing out that all are beautiful so the decision really comes down to preference, not performance. In the past most window shutter designs were a product of woodworking. That tradition is still alive and well today, and our wooden combination shutters are some of the loveliest around. Cedar also has natural weather resistant properties that help to keep panels at the top of their game with the lowest level of wood maintenance.
Even for all the beauty of natural wooden shutters, though, many customers are turning to alternative materials these days. If you've ruled out wood, click on our sections of fiberglass and vinyl shutters above. These styles are designed to look like painted wood while leaving paint touch-ups, resurfacing and sanding behind.
Need help deciding? Please use our customer service team as a resource for all your shutter design questions.