Interior louvre doors from Simply Shutters

New interior louvre doors produced to meet rising demand

  • 16 Dec 2015

Simply Shutters has expanded its two ranges of interior louvre doors to include 12 new heights across 5 different widths each.

With interior louvre doors increasing in popularity, Simply Shutters has added 12 heights across 5 different widths in its High Line and White Line ranges to meet the market’s rising demand.

The company now offers over 64 variations in door sizes. This includes its new 87” tall door, which has been developed for floor to ceiling arrangements.

Simply Shutters also offers a bespoke joinery service; any factory sized door can be modified to meet specific requirements.

Manufacturing interior louvre doors

The company manufactures its interior louvre doors with Araucaria Pine, using engineered stiles to ensure that splitting, bowing and warping does not occur.

Simply Shutter’s White Line doors are supplied already painted, making them particularly suitable for installation by customers who are looking to save time.

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