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O'Hair Plantation Shutters can have 2 1/2, 3 1/2, or 4 1/2" louvers and are painted to match your trim.
Fully open 4 1/2" O'Hair Shutters with cut tilt rods.
Tilted downwards to allow light but give privacy.
Shut upwards for darkening and privacy purposes.
Top open for view while the bottom is shut for privacy and darkening.
4 1/2" O'Hair Shutters wit the bottom section tilted to allow light but keep out the view of those pesky dog walkers.
Three 43" wide 3 1/2" O'Hair Shutter panels, framed and painted to match the trim color. O'Hair Shutter panels can be made as wide as 48" with limitations.
Problem: Hard to reach windows that required privacy from below but a "treehouse" view from above.
Solution: 4 1/2" O'Hair Shutters with a cut tilt rod for maximum view, but the opportunity to change the angle for some lower louvers to afford privacy for the upstairs tenant. (see picture to left)
Solution: The view from the outside is private while the view from inside is still grand!
Two 3 1/2" louver single panel shutters with cut tilt rods rather than divider rails.
Single panel shutters to match the window mullions.
Reverse side tilt rods with open arch above 2 panel shutters.
Three panel shutter in Old East Dallas to accentuate the leaded glasss rather than detract from it. Also, double hung so that the top portion of the shutter can be folded ack to the wall apart from the lower section.
Two painted panels per framed window opening with 3 1/2" louvers with divider rails
3 1/2" louvers, 3 panels to match the window configuration with divider rails separating the transom windows above
Problem: The previous window choice offered no view unless totally opened. The open arches gave an unfinished appearance.
Solution: Outside mounted 5 1/2" Louver O'Hair Plantation Shutters Painted and Framed with contoured panels and Horizon tilting operation (tilt rods to sides of shutter panels)
3 1/2" O'Hair Shutters framed and painted to match the homeowner's trim color
Shutters mounted on doors with cut outs for lever handles
Stained single panels with divider rails for maximum view and light
Contoured 3 1/2" Shutter in a garage to keep the front view of the house consistent
2 1/2" Louver painted and framed solid top eyebrow two panel O'Hair Shutter with divider rail and brass hinges
2 1/2" Louver painted and framed in the contoured panel style as opposed to the solid top style (photo on left)
Shutter above tub painted to match the trim. Has a cut tilt rod allowing the top portion of the shutter to be opened while affording privacy with the bottom portion of the shutter staying somewhat shut for privacy in the master bath.
5 1/2" louvers with Horizon (side tilt) O'Hair Shutters framed as an outside mount for maximum visibility and painted in the homeowner's trim color.
4 1/2" O'Hair Shutters with contoured panels above to moderate morning light but to maximize the view to the back yard.
O'Hair Horizon Shutter with tilt rods to the side rather than the center tilt standard
O'Hair Horizon Shutters partially open
O'Hair Horizon Shutters side view
3 1/2" O'Hair Shutter with cut tilt rod allowing for upstairs privacy and a full view of the outside, especially as compared to a sunburst style fan shuttter for the semi-circle portion of the window.
Problem: This condo has a walkway outside this window. The shade that was installed in this window could not be raised without opening the room to everyone that walked outside the window.
Solution: Installed 3 1/2" O'Hair Shutters with cut tilt rods which allowed the window to be more interesting to view when opened or shut. The top portion of the window could be opened wider for more light, while the lower portion of the window could be opened to a lesser degree to maintain privacy, yet allow light.
3 1/2" Stained and framed one Panel O'Hair Shutters
2 1/2" O'Hair shutter as one panel with divider rail
3 1/2" Stained and Framed Door shutters with cutouts for door lever handles
3 1/2" Louver O'Hair Shutter painted and framed with solid top eyebrow arch
O'Hair Shutters Painted and Framed with single panel for door with non-lever handle and two panels with divider rails for windows
Doors with Shutters with cut outs for lever handles
Doors with shutters with cut outs for lever handle
3 1/2" O'Hair Shutters with a cut tilt rod to offer privacy to the bathroom while not including a fixed horizontal line to the window
Shutters in the garage to give the front elevation of the house a consistent look
Exterior view solid top eyebrow arches
2 1/2" O'Hair Shutters with divider rails. Traditional look, but today the choice could have been a larger louver or two panels rather than four panels for more visibility and light.