Plantation Shutters Accomack County
Plantation Shutters in Accomack County, Virginia
Shenandoah Shutters Proudly Serves Accomack County
Established in 1634, Accomack County is the largest county in Virginia by total area. One of the eight original counties of Virginia, the county’s name comes from a Native American word meaning “the other shore”.
Located in the northernmost portion of Virginia, on the Delmarva Peninsula, Accomack county has miles of shoreline on both the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. With a total area of 1,310 square miles, 455 square miles is land, and 855 square miles (65.25%) is water, making up one of the largest unspoiled wetlands habitats in the world! The county is attractive to fishermen, boaters, and beach-lovers, that appreciate the pristine barrier islands.
Accomack County has many picturesque small towns and villages, rich in history and culture. These towns boast streets lined with Colonial, and Victorian-era homes and storefronts. In fact, the towns of Accomac and Onancock are designated State Historic Districts that feature restored Colonial architecture, including beautiful, timeless plantation shutters!
Plantation Shutters for your Home in Accomack County, Virginia
Shenandoah Shutters provides both the traditional, timeless plantation shutter design, and our original, patented Softedge, an extraordinary design that quietly conceals hinges behind panels without extra strips, pieces, or boxy framing.
At Shenandoah Shutters, we take our quality of craftsmanship seriously. All of our shutters are manufactured in nearby Richmond, Virginia, rather than being shipped off across the country. We’re careful in our selection of wood. We understand that while basswood is perfect for stained plantation shutters, it’s too porous for shutters that are painted. Our white and cream shutters instead use yellow poplar to really make that color pop. We also offer custom woods such as oak, cherry, or mahogany.
Contact Shenandoah Shutters today for more information or to purchase shutters of your own for your Accomack County Home!