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At Purely Shutters we are passionate about wooden shutters and how they are a great addition to any home. Our blog space is where we like to share information, offer advice and mention any top tips that we may have, to keep everyone up to date and in touch within the world of wooden shutters. From solid shutters to plantation shutters, from hobbies to things happening within the company, you can find out more about us and keep in touch.


How to dress wide windows

If you love your views of the great outdoors and the fact that sunlight can pour into your home, wide windows are a fantastic feature. The only downside is that they can be a little tricky to dress so below we discuss exactly how you can do this. If controlling…

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How to dress bay windows

With panoramic views allowing plenty of light to enter a room and protruding panels giving the illusion of a larger home, bay windows are highly desirable. If you’re lucky enough to have such an elegant style of window in your home, chances are that you’re going to want to dress…

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How to dress window shutters

Suitable for every room in the house (even kitchens and bathrooms), window shutters are timeless, elegant and guaranteed to give your house the wow factor. Windows can be tricky to dress in general however and you may feel this even more if you have already invested in shutters. To help…

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Things to do in your garden in January

If you’re a keen gardener and can’t wait until spring to get back to your plants, the good news is that there’s plenty you can do in your garden - even at the height of winter. Admittedly, this isn’t the time of year to start planting your favourite flowers because…

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How to get more birds into your garden

Last week our blog focused on how we can help feed the birds in our gardens without it costing a fortune. This week in light of the impending RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2019 (https://www.rspb.org.uk/get-involved/activities/birdwatch/) due to take place from Saturday 26th January to Monday 28th January, we thought we would…

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Tips for making your own bird food

During the winter months our wildlife can have a tough time hunting for food. When the temperature drops birds need to find high energy food just to keep warm, and with daylight hours at a minimum it can be hard for them. Regardless of whether you have a large or…

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Ideas for Small Kitchens

Don’t let the size of your kitchen limit your dreams! If you’re planning on becoming the next bake-off finalist or the next hidden talent on Masterchef, don’t let a small space hamper you. Small kitchens, when designed properly, can be functional and practical giving you more than enough space to…

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Home lighting secrets for your home

With the New Year and the January sales just over 3 weeks away, some of us may be planning a few refurbishment and decorating jobs in our home, enticed by all the lovely interior soft furnishings that will soon be reduced in price. But, there’s one element that is almost…

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Christmas Window Decoration Ideas

As much as it’s a shock to the system, this recent cold snap has bought some wonderful frosty mornings, reminding us that Christmas is just around the corner. With the 1st December just 5 days away, many of us will be thinking about when to buy our Christmas trees and put…

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Natural Christmas Decorations – avoid plastic this Christmas!

With 35 days left until Christmas 2018, the countdown has well and truly begun! Plastic pollution has hit our headlines this year on countless occasions. With its devastating effects on our planet and wildlife, we thought we would share with you some lovely, unique Christmas decorations that you can make,…

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