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Colors and Stains for Classic Line Custom Plantation Shutters

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For completely custom plantation shutters, you can choose your paint color or stain by one of two ways:

1.  Standard - Choose from the selections below

2.  Custom Paint Colors and Stains - ANY paint color or stain possible!

After you view the samples below, be sure to Order Color Samples.

Colors and Stains for Interior Wood Plantation Shutters

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Classic Line Custom Plantation 
Shutters
Paint Colors
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Bright White:  Our most popular color.  Bright White, like it's name suggests, is basic, bright white that goes with most any color.
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Pure White:  Similar to Bright White, but with ever so slight gray or blue undertones.
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Alpine White:  A light, creamy white.
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Antique White:  Light, creamy white with tan undertones.  In relation to Alpine White, Antique White is slightly darker, has less cream tones and more tan tones.

Classic Line Custom Plantation Shutters
Stains
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Natural:  Clear topcoat over non-stained Cottonwood.  Light, cream or tan undertones with light brown graining.
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Windsor:  Light, golden-tan undertones with redish-brown and orange-brown graining.  Due to the way cottonwood takes this stain, there are orange undertones in this stain color.
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Pinon:  Light tan undertones with redish-brown graining.
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Larkspur:  Medium golden-brown stain with medium brown graining.
 
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Puritan:  Medium brown stain with tan undertones.  Has medium brown graining.  Puritan is a redder stain than Woodmoor.
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Woodmoor:  Medium brown stain with dark brown graining. Woodmoor is a little more golden than Puritan.
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Eden:  Darker golden-tan undertones with brown and black graining.
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Spruce:  Darker golden-tan undertones with brown and black graining. Spruce has heavier graining than Eden.

We have endeavored to make these colors as true to the original as possible.  The colors shown above may display differently on your monitor.  To be certain of your color or stain, you should Order Color Samples.

A few words about interior wood plantation shutters:  Due to the fact that wood is a natural product, wood grains and color tones vary.  This is what makes wood stains so beautiful.  Stained plantation shutters will have similar variations in color tone and grain pattern - which of course is why people love stained wood.  Your plantation shutters may also have these variations from the stain samples you receive.

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