Combination wooden shutters incorporate two iconic features into one impeccable style. Louvers pair with either raised or groove panels for the ultimate customized exterior shutter. Originating in the Northeast, combination shutters have spread to all regions to adorn and beautify homes throughout the United States. All outdoor shutters are constructed to precise quarter-inch width and height dimensions. Additional options can further personalize the combo exterior shutters: wood species, divider rail location, configuration, faux tilt bars, cutouts, and color.
Learn the best way to measure for premium wood shutters with step-by-step written instruction and supporting video. We guide you through the measuring process and help to determine the best method for installation of stationary and functional exterior redwood, mahogany, or cedar shutters.More Information →
ShutterLand solid premium wood exterior shutters currently require approximately 5 weeks to manufacture. The production period may vary, depending on a number of factors. We do not guarantee production or shipping times.More Information →
Shipping is FREE for most shutters. We ship all wood exterior shutters from our manufacturing facility in Alabama. We generally ship using FedEx Ground, resulting in a shipping period under one week.More Information →
10 – 32″ in ¼″ increments (W)
15 – 108″ in ¼″ increments (H)
2 ⅛″ wide (S)
3″ height (TR)
3″ height (DR)
3” height (BR)
1 ½” louvers (L1)
Extira Exterior Grade MDF
Extira Exterior Grade MDF
|Material|| Kiln dried California Redwood|
Kiln dried Western Red Cedar
Kiln dried African Mahogany
|Finish & Colors|| Standard paint (9 colors)|
Louvers top, Raised Panel bottom
All solid components
Approximately 5 weeks
|Warranty|| Limited lifetime|
|Measure|| for Stationary shutters |
for Functional shutters
|Install|| Stationary shutters |
Combination wood exterior shutters are manufactured in three species: California Redwood, Western Red Cedar, and African Mahogany. All three woods perform exceptionally well in outdoor environments. Combo outside shutters are made to quarter-inch sizes and options specified. The construction process starts with raw lumber, hand selected to be straight and free of knots. Stiles and rails are 1 ½” thick, assembled with reinforced joints. 1 ½” fixed louvers are spaced on 1 ½” centers with space in between for ventilation. Grooved and raised panel components are fabricated from our rugged composite material for reliable performance.
The most common configuration of combination shutters places louvers above the divider rail and a raised panel below. This sophisticated mix is true to historical standards and conforms to Northeastern architecture. Opting for louvers over a grooved panel conveys a more rustic appeal, giving tribute to the board and batten style. Combination shutters can be ordered with louvers on bottom with the solid panel on top. This arrangement is used occasionally, but can appear top heavy. The divider rail can be specified at a custom location at no additional charge.
Exterior wood shutters can be installed with hinges to swing open and closed, or mounted with screws in a stationary position. Closed shutters will block some light because of the solid panels, but will still allow air to circulate throughout the house.
ShutterLand wood combination shutters can be ordered unfinished, primed or fully painted. Unfinished shutters provide DIY homeowners the ability to finish themselves. Primed shutters arrive with half of the finishing work complete and ready to paint. Factory painted shutters are delivered for immediate installation. Select from nine standard paint colors, or unlimited custom colors. There is a one-time fee of $100 per order to specify a color outside of those in stock. Touch-up paint is provided for every order.
Add a faux tilt bar to give the presentation of operable rotating louvers. This additional feature is desirable in some regions with historical homes or those adhering to local preservation society regulations. Cutouts in the solid panels can personalize the window shutters with shapes like anchors, flowers, pineapples, and more. Arch top shutters are crafted to mirror the contours of curve top windows. The radius and drop of the curve requires a springline measurement that defines the slope.
A modification of lengthing the side stiles to create New England style shutter horns or tails can also be requested.
Combination shutters will improve both the form and function of your home. Louvers and solid panels provide different textures and can be used to add color to accent the home.
ShutterLand customer service is available by phone for questions about any aspect of combination shutters or other styles. We have a knowledgeable and experience staff that is prepared for any inquiries about components, measuring, installation, finishing, styles, and more.