5 Reasons Tate Design Love Shutters


Tate Design tell us why using shutters from The Shutter Family brings out the best in their interior design projects.

Inspiration from our Interior design associates, Tate Design of Wellington

As interior designers, we are passionate about the style appeal of shutters supplied and fitted out by Brendan and the team. Our customers love them! Practical and versatile and aesthetically magnificent.       

Shutters can add elegance and create a serious window treatment statement, with the benefits of low maintenance and a long-term warranty assurance.  

Shutters can be custom made to fit a space and in a white finish, they work well with most colour schemes too. They can easily be used in conjunction with other window dressing products to compliment the overall aspect of a home.

Shutters provide an excellent choice for windows that aren’t exactly square or rectangle. They come in various widths and can be installed as hinged and unhinged.

Not only do shutters provide light control and day/night privacy, but they can enhance a window and make it a classic feature of a room or living space.

Talk to The Shutter Family about how they can tailor for you and your style of home.

“We have worked with Brendan on many projects over the years and would highly recommend him!  His attention to detail, professionalism, service and quality product is a credit to him.  From the moment that we engage Brendan, we have complete confidence that he will deliver and to a high standard.  We really value his no nonsense approach and proactive manner.” 

Tate Design, Wellington

Let’s make your vision a reality!

We encourage and offer a simple shutter qualifier check and price guide prior to a visit, particularly if you live out of the Wellington region.

This helps tick some boxes in terms of general product/fitting compatability and price indication in the first instance.   

Complete an easy three step process and enjoy our
self-starter 10% discount guarantee, should an order proceed.     

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! 

1. Measure

Measure the inside frame — width x drop in cm (approximate is fine at this stage).

2. Photograph

Upload clear frontal photo(s) of each window. Unobstructed by furnishings etc.

3. Email

Using this form send us your measurements, photos and comments.