Choose Your Shutter Finish

Color is such a personal decision, which is why Timberlane offers a palette of 24 Premium Paint Colors as well as custom color-matching, not to mention additional finishing options specifically for our Premium Wood Shutters. Whether you like traditional or bold, contrasting or complimentary, you’re free to go with whatever color best reflects your individual style. Timberlane’s special factory multi-step painting process delivers rich colors and long-lasting beauty.

Additional Finish Options for Timberlane's Premium Wood Shutters

Many customers desire finishes that enhance the fine grain of their wooden shutters.

A Factory-primed Timberlane premium wood shutter profile


Our priming techniques save time for you. We apply one coat of superior tannin-blocking millwork primer so your shutters are field-ready. A light sanding prior to painting is recommended.

A stained Timberlane premium wood shutter profile


Our wood stain brings out the beauty of the grain while darkening the wood to your desired shade. The shutters are then finished with a clear coat to give added protection while allowing the grain to shine through.

A clear coated Timberlane premium wood shutter profile

Clear Coat

A clear coat seals and protects without changing the appearance of the wood. Great for applications where you really like the natural color of a particular wood and want to showcase its distinct variations.

An unfinished Timberlane premium wood shutter profile


Timberlane always recommends a protective coat be applied to raw wood to ensure long-lasting beauty. This option provides you with the flexibility to apply your own finishes to your shutters.

Special note about our shutter finishes:

Wood: Variations in grain and coloring will always be a part of natural wood products. These unique traits are a result of growing conditions, which create the distinctive grains and mineral streaks and add to the wood’s overall attractiveness. Stains enhance the uniqueness of each piece of wood, highlighting differences and variations across shutters. These variations are not a defect. In fact, coloring differences, mineral streaks, and unusual graining are widely considered to be characteristic of natural wood and part of its overall appeal.

Paint Process: Depending on the shutter material, Timberlane provides two separate finishing processes. A specifically formulated water-based paint and finish is applied to our Premium Wood, Supremity, Endurian, and Fundamentals shutter materials. For our Resilience Shutter material, we use a premium-grade powder coating process.