You and only you can make your house a home – a personal statement that reflects who you are. Today, it is easier than ever to do this at the window with Heritance® hardwood shutters from Hunter Douglas.

Blog post 3_Inset-1These 100 percent genuine hardwood shutters are now offered in a new Handcrafted Series of finishes that enhances the inherent character and color of natural wood, adding warmth to a home as well as a great first impression that never stops impressing. There are six distinctive handcrafted finishing techniques include: Glazed, Glazed & Burnished, Classic Distressed, Heirloom Distressed, Rustic and Textured. You can also choose to combine up to three techniques for a truly custom finish. A refreshed color palette and a refined frame selection also re-energize the timeless beauty of these shutters.

I’m excited about the new Hunter Douglas Heritance shutter offering. With hand-rubbed glazing, hand-sanded frame corners, brushing and a variety of other methods, these Handcrafted Series finishes are unique in the marketplace and true to their name. They add an old world look to new, quality shutters. You be proud that with Heritance hardwood shutters they are investing in a meticulously crafted, versatile product that is designed and custom assembled in the U.S. Heritance shutters are suitable for a versatile range of installations to cover any window. Like custom-crafted fine furniture, these classically elegant shutters feature Truemill® dovetail construction for superior strength and long lifespan, as well as the lustrous Integra™ finish for a lifetime of performance.

Blog post 3_Inset-2Backed by the exclusive Hunter Douglas Lifetime Guarantee, Heritance shutters are built to stand the test of time. Heritance hardwood shutters are environmentally friendly, energy efficient and cordless by design, making them a great choice for homes with young children. Hunter Douglas partners with the Arbor Day Foundation® in its effort to plant and preserve trees and the rainforest. Lead times for Heritance hardwood shutters are dramatically shorter than industry standards.