Plantation shutters can be made to work in modern decor, traditional decor, transitional decor, rustic decor, urban decor, etc. and their timeless nature likely makes them the last window covering you will ever buy.
For instance, to fit in with a traditionally decorated home, you might choose a standard tilt rod, bi-fold panels, combined with a classic "z" frame style featuring decorative details. In a transitional styled home you might choose shutters with an off-center divider rail in an ivory finish to coordinate with a variety of other home furnishings. In a contemporary home, choose shutters featuring a simple, clean lined frame, hidden tilt rod, and stainless steel hinges.
Of course, we would love to help you design your plantation shutter project. Also, check out our online shutter cost calculator for a rough idea of what new shutters might cost.