Sunburst Reclaimed Wood Shutters + Stikwood
Sunburst Shutters & Window Fashions offers the first-ever plantation shutter made from certified reclaimed wood. Rustic reclaimed wood from barns and buildings across America was hand-picked to be used as the shutters for your home. The wood is gorgeous, with a color and finish only Mother Nature can provide. The result is unbelievable beauty for your windows in a fully functional shutter featuring weathered wood. Sunburst's Reclaimed Wood Shutters are available in 3.5˝ louvers with standard shutter frame options. Wherever you use reclaimed wood shutters, you'll be amazed at how stunning they look and the never-ending compliments you'll receive.
THESE SHUTTERS LOOK GOOD & ARE GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT!
Most customers call these shutters "stunning," "gorgeous," or "beautiful." But reclaimed wood shutters from Sunburst Shutters & Window Fashions are environmentally-friendly too. You can feel good about that. No other shutter company can offer you a certified reclaimed wood shutter that's built to the high standards that Sunburst is known for. These reclaimed shutters are fully functional and durable. But you may never get passed their good looks...
Here are just a few of the many benefits of reclaimed wood shutters from Sunburst:
- Certified reclaimed wood
- Each shutter component is unique in color and appearance
- Environmentally friendly. This is wood harvested from old buildings, barns and fences that may have otherwise been dumped in a landfill
- Unique way to showcase reclaimed wood in your home or commercial building
- Great complement to other reclaimed building materials and furniture
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Easy on the eye and on the earth, sustainable materials ranging from reclaimed wood to bamboo have made a splash in the DIY scene as they have been introduced into residential and commercial spaces around the globe. If you haven't capitalized on this growing trend that’s here to stay, you might be pondering the question, "Why should I bother using sustainable materials?"