Two brands that produce high-quality indoor wooden shutters are Smith & Noble and the Heritance range from Hunter Douglas. HomeBASICS is another brand that manufactures high-quality wooden shutters for use indoors.
Smith & Noble manufactures wooden indoor shutters in sizes ranging from 2 1/2" to 4 1/2". There are shutters available for various purposes such as for use in homes, offices and even cafes. The cafe designs users to control the light streaming through the lower half while leaving the upper half unobstructed. Other designs control the light along the entire length of the window.
The window shutters from Smith & Noble are made of either high-grade hardwood or bass wood. The wood is cut and predrilled so that the customer can install the shutters. Each product is sanded by hand to ensure that there are no uneven or rough spots. The patented Louver-Tension System ensures that the window panes do not come loose and require tightening, and a specially designed system fastens the tilt rod to the window.
The Classic Heritance series of wooden indoor shutters from Hunter Douglas are manufactured in a plantation style and are made of real wood. They are available in a wide range of finishes and paints with widths ranging from 12" to 312". They come in six artisan technique designs, including glazed, classic distressed and rustic and use dovetail joints to ensure stability.