Ten home interiors framed by impressive shutters and louvres

From windows framed by slatted aluminium fins to colourful metal panels that wrap around a building’s facade, our latest lookbook showcases 10 homes with shutters and louvres.

Made from slats, fins and blades, shutters can be used to control the amount of sunlight that enters a home, provide privacy, open the house up to scenic views and protect against extreme weather conditions such as wind or humidity.

They can be adjusted electronically or via hand with pulleys and levers to change the amount of light and regulate the airflow that comes into a room.

In a similar fashion, architects and designers typically add horizontal or vertical louvres to the

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