A movable cover or screen for a window, designed to shut out the light, to obstruct the view, or to be of some strength as a defense; a blind.
solid or slatted window cover located on building interior or exterior
a wooden or metal cover that can be unfolded in front of a window ..... return
a hinged blind for a window
a movable cover mainly used for windows or doors
a movable cover or screen that alternately prevents and permits
a movable cover or screen thet alturrnately prevents an' purrmits th' passage of some desirable (or undesirable) element
A cover for a vent that is fitted with hinged louvers.
A movable cover for a window used for protection from weather and intruders.
A movable cover for an opening. In photography, that opening is the lens - more specifically, the aperture. The shutter blocks the passage of light traveling through the lens to the film when it is closed, and allows light to reach the film when it is open. Shutters are composed of blades, a curtain, a plate or another movable cover. They control the amount of time that light is allowed to pass through the opening to reach the film.
Usually lightweight louvered decorative frames in the form of doors located on the sides of a window; sometimes made to close over the window for protection
is a lightweight louvered or flush wood or non-wood frames in the form of doors located at each side of a window.
Side hinged folding wood panels that have louvers in the center of the frame.
Typically a louvered or flush wood or vinyl frame in the shape of a door placed at each side of a window. Shutters are made and used for many purposes including protecting windows from storms, filtering or obscuring light, and for nonfunctional decorative accents. Find shutters.
Wooden hinged or solid panels that may be folded across a window to diffuse light and add privacy. Shutters are also a great way to add architectural interest to a room and look great either painted or stained. Shutters with adjustable louvers function in much the same way as venetian blinds in that they may be opened to admit light and allow a partial view outside while maintaining a fair amount of privacy inside. Shutters with louvers that are over two inches wide are sometimes referred to as "Plantation Shutters."
Usually lightweight louvered or flush wood or nonwood frames in the form of doors located at each side of a window. Some are made to close over the window for protection; others are fastened to the wall as a decorative device.
An interior or exterior movable panel that operates on hinges or slides into place, used to protect windows or provide privacy.
Window coverings usually made of louvered wood in the form of two hinged panels located on each side of the window frame that can be closed in order to protect the window. Often used for decorative purposes in modern construction.