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We help make light work of choosing the right interior window shutters for your home, offering free, no obligation appointments when you can see our range of samples, obtain expert advice and get a survey for a competitive quote. Shuttercraft Henley offers a local service in and around the area including Henley, Windsor, Bracknell and High Wycombe.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
Lovely conversions and stunning new builds are given stylish character with shutters – so it is no surprise that they are becoming increasingly popular in Henley. There’s a style to suit almost any window, including Georgian properties which can look incredibly elegant with full height or tier-on-tier shutters.
If you prefer a more contemporary design, however, then we know you’ll love the wide range of shutter choices for you. We are trusted by people all over the UK to provide a dependable service, and products of the highest quality.
Whether you prefer traditional or contemporary styles, you’re guaranteed to find a window covering that’s right for you.
Book an appointment with a Shuttercraft in your area and discover some of the best window shutters Henley has to offer.
A regular winner of the RHS Britain in Bloom awards, Henley-on-Thames is a picturesque town, known for its association with the annual Henley Royal Regatta rowing event. It came under the patronage of Prince Albert in 1851.
Located on the banks of the river Thames, Henley has a history stretching back as far as the 12th century when King Henry II bought land in the area with the intention of building property in the area. As well as rowing, the river is a central point of the town, offering parks, cruises and more.
Due to the idyllic setting of Henley, it has been popular with many notable public figures, including the Beatle George Harrison, who lived at Friar Park for many years until his death in 2001. The town is also known as being the home of singer Dusty Springfield, who spent her final years in the town.
Close to the M4, and with rail access to London Paddington, Henley-on-Thames is used as a commuter town, although nearby places such as Slough, Reading and High Wycombe are more popular for that purpose. The Henley Business School, part of the University of Reading, was the first of its type to be established in the UK.