Plantation Shutters in AA County, Maryland
Shenandoah Shutters Proudly Serves Anne Arundel County
Anne Arundel County in Maryland takes its name from Lady Anne Arundell, originally from an ancient family in Cornwall, England. She has important roots in Maryland, however, as the wife of the first Lord Proprietor of the Province of Maryland. True to its name, AA County has a long history. It’s the home of the first naval battle in America during the English Civil War in 1655, and the home of supporters of the Continental Army during the American Civil War. This Maryland county is embedded in our country’s history.
Today, it’s a county with a burgeoning population — rising almost 10% from 2000 to 2010. In Anne Arundel County, you can see all four seasons in beautiful splendor. Summers are hot, winters are cold, autumn and spring are colorful, and you just might see a white Christmas. One of the most popular things to do here is of course to visit the water at Chesapeake Bay, whether that’s going down to the shore or taking a cruise. It’s also where you can find Maryland’s capital, Annapolis, and visit the Maryland Renaissance Festival.
Beautiful Anne Arundel Homes Deserve Beautiful Window Treatments
Between the capital, the history of Anne Arundel County, and the beautiful natural scenery, it’s no wonder that residents take pride in their homes. And a home designed with pride should include window treatments to match. There’s just something timeless about the look of plantation shutters. Even traditional plantation shutters still look stately and don’t go out of style, even amongst the most modern homes.
But you have options beyond traditional shutters. You can also opt for cafe shutters, which cover just half of the window, or our patented Softedge Shutters with their outline so subtle that the shutters seem to blend perfectly into the window when closed. When it comes to style, the choice is yours.
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.
Anne Arundel County is a proud, beautiful example of Maryland’s history and culture, and we take the same pride in our plantation shutters. Contact Shenandoah Shutters today for more information or to purchase shutters of your own.