Shenandoah Shutters Proudly Serves Nelson County
Nestled in the center of Virginia among the Blue Ridge Mountains, Nelson County is rich with adventure and opportunity. From the stunning mountain views to historical locations and charming eateries, there’s truly something for everyone in Nelson County. In fact, Nelson County was even the inspiration for the popular 70s and 80s television show, The Waltons.
In Nelson County, you’ll find beautiful wineries, deliciously fresh produce from the area’s many farms and orchards, scenic drives, and a wealth of recreational and cultural activities. Plus, Nelson County is a short drive from the major cities of Charlottesville and Lynchburg.
Nelson County is home to the cities of Lovingston and Schuyler.
Plantation Shutters for Your Nelson County Home
Plantation shutters are a favorite in Virginia. Hardwood plantation shutters are sophisticated, historical, and upscale. They boost the curb appeal of homes, increase the resale value, and make homes more energy-efficient. Of course, their main purpose is to elegantly filter light in and out of homes for the perfect mood lighting in every room of your home.
Since 1990, Shenandoah Shutters has handcrafted custom made, all wood plantation shutters for homes throughout the DMV region. We’re located in Richmond, just an hour away from Nelson County, so you can feel comfortable buying your window treatment from a local business.
At Shenandoah Shutters, we use high quality American hardwoods, including basswood and yellow poplar. Choose from stains, creams, and custom colors. We finish each plantation shutter with a stunning silken lacquer finish.
We craft plantation shutters for windows of any size or shape. We have both traditional and contemporary design options, including our patented Softedge design. At Shenandoah Shutters, we don’t use tension systems. Our plantation shutters are low-maintenance and effortlessly appealing.
Ready to invest in plantation shutters for your Nelson County home? Schedule a free estimate and consultation with one of our team members today.