For many years Joanna Shutters was a prominent mainstream manufacturer of interior shutters. The company was located in South Carolina, and shutters were sold by distributors throughout the United States. Joanna shutters satisfied the demand for interior shutters until they closed their doors in the 1980's.
Joanna Shutters were constructed from Douglas Fir which was harvested in the northwest. Joanna shutters could be purchased as unfinished shutter panels for to do-it-yourself homeowners to finish themselves. Joanna shutters were also available as painted or stained shutters from a selection of over 100 colors.
One of the more famous jobs manufactured by Joanna shutters was used to create the Overlook hotel made famous in the movie "The Shining."
The popularity and demand for shutters as a permanent window treatment is now on the rise. Fortunately, homeowners who wish to finish and install shutters have discovered ShutterLand as a quality nationwide source for interior shutters. As with Joanna, the shutters can be purchased as individual unfinished shutter panels. ShutterLand uses premium quality basswood for construction. It is a lightweight straight hardwood that finishes beautifully. Shutterland louvers are self tensioning so they stay in position for the life of the shutter.
ShutterLand interior shutters are sold in thousands of stock sizes that can be trimmed to fit your opening. They are prefect for the do-it-yourself homeowner. 1-1/8" thick Plantation shutters using a 3" louver are offered in addition to the 3/4" Traditional style shutters with 1-1/4" louvers. ShutterLand shutters are sold online and shipped quickly nationwide.
Homeowners who want to replace their Joanna shutters will find ShutterLand offers a great selection of shutter sizes, hang strips, and hardware.