Architectural Record: November 2004

Timberlane shutters hang on prestigious buildings around the country, including both the White House Conference Center and the British Embassy’s Ambassador’s Residence, in Washington, D.C. Each historically accurate Timberlane shutter is handcrafted from solid Western red cedar that has been kiln-dried to reduce the wood’s expansion and contraction in weather. Each shutter is assembled using traditional mortise and tenon hard-wood peg construction and can be protected with copper capping to prevent water damage.

Timberlane offers a variety of outdoor shutter styles, including Panel, Louver, Bermuda, and Board & Batten shutters, and will work with customers to craft exact historical replications of existing shutters. To complement their shutter line, Timberlane offers hand-forged hardware, including Early American slide bolts, pull-rings, and shutter dogs (grape style shown), in an extensive array of styles, shapes, and sizes. Pictured at top are Solid Radius Top combination shutters with a fleur-de-lis cutout.

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