Raised Panel Shutters

Raised panel shutters are synonymous with the ever-popular traditional colonial look. Each raised panel option offers bold, unique styling to create that welcoming feeling homeowners crave as each panel face sits flush with the frame.

CB1: Standard Raised Panel Shutter with Central Bucks Trim

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CB1: Standard Raised Panel Shutter with Central Bucks Trim

Our CB1 profile is one of the most traditional raised panel shutter styles to date. Each consists of the deepest shadow lines while offering a gentle trim that transitions from the panel field to the stiles and rails of the shutters.

Cross Section: illustration of Timberlane’s CB1 raised panel shutter style cross-section features

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Endurian (Premium PVC), Premium Wood

CT1: Standard Raised Panel Shutter with Colonial Trim

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CT1: Standard Raised Panel Shutter with Colonial Trim

Similar to our CB1 style, but with a slightly smaller trim detail, our CT1 raised panel shutter with colonial trim gives you a classic shutter with a delicate trim. If you fancy rich shadows, this raised panel profile is for you.

Cross Section: illustration of Timberlane’s CT1 raised panel shutter style cross-section features

Available In:
Endurian (Premium PVC), Premium Wood

CT3: Shaker Panel Shutter with Colonial Trim

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CT3: Shaker Panel Shutter with Colonial Trim

One of the more traditional raised panel styles with a classic panel profile and graceful trim. The CT3 features the popular Shaker panel with just the right amount of elegant detail to accent that desired look you're interested in.

Cross Section: illustration of Timberlane’s CT3 raised panel shutter style cross-section features

Available In:
Endurian (Premium PVC), Premium Wood

SH1: Shaker Panel Shutter with No Trim

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SH1: Shaker Panel Shutter with No Trim

This panel shutter's clean lines and timeless appeal are influenced by Shaker design in which function determines form. The panels rise slightly in the center but contain no trim to embody the virtues of simplicity and clarity of form.

Cross Section: illustration of Timberlane’s SH1 raised panel shutter style cross-section features

Available In:
Endurian (Premium PVC), Premium Wood

SH2: Shaker Panel Shutter with Quarter-Round Trim

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SH2: Shaker Panel Shutter with Quarter-Round Trim

Simplicity meets dimension. Taking the classic Shaker style and adding a frisson of excitement with the adornment of quarter round trim, resulting in a panel with all the attributes of the Shaker plus the textural dimension of a more complex style.

Cross Section: illustration of Timberlane’s SH2 raised panel shutter style cross-section features

Available In:
Endurian (Premium PVC), Premium Wood

SH3: Shaker Panel Shutter with Beaded Trim

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SH3: Shaker Panel Shutter with Beaded Trim

Dramatic, self-assured. Bringing unique depth to our Shaker shutters, this panel is a study in subtlety. We’ve added smooth, rounded curves of bead trim to the classic Shaker style to give a distinctive perspective to a time-honored style.

Cross Section: illustration of Timberlane’s SH3 raised panel shutter style cross-section features

Available In:
Endurian (Premium PVC), Premium Wood

FUP: Fundamentals Raised Panel Shutter

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FUP: Fundamentals Raised Panel Shutter

A simple raised panel shutter manufactured from our high-performance exterior wood composite material. Our FUP shutter profile is a better-than-basic wood composite shutter offering added dimension on a budget.

Cross Section: illustration of Timberlane’s FUP raised panel shutter style cross-section features

Available In:
Fundamentals (Composite Wood)

Elevate Your Custom Shutters

If our raised panel shutter styles have captured your interest, wait until you explore all the ways to make your exterior shutters truly unique in every way. From shutter configurations to custom cutouts, capping options, and more, the possibilities are nearly endless.

Shutter Configurations

The placement of shutter rails determine the shutter configuration and creates a very distinctive look. Configurations are typically referred to as a percentage of the total length of the shutter to allow for complete creative freedom.

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Timberlane’s exterior shutter configurations alter the placement of the rails for a custom look

Timberlane’s radius tops are the perfect addition for a picture-perfect install onto arched windows

Radius Tops for Arched Windows

Radius Tops allow shutters to properly fit arched windows. We offer a variety of complementary radius-top shutters, always built to perfectly mirror your window shape. If that isn’t enough, we will gladly customize one for you!

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Cutout Designs

Cutouts are another way to personalize your shutters. With hundreds of cutouts available, we are sure to have something that’ll catch your eye. Have a design in mind? We’ll custom-design any cutout for you!

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Timberlane’s wide array of cutout designs are a great way to add personality to exterior shutters

exterior shutter capping options

Shutter Capping

Capping prevents water from collecting on top of the shutter and seeping down into the joint where it could compromise the shutter. Upgrade to copper capping to really enhance the overall look of your shutters.

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Rabbeting & Beading

Overlap rabbeting allows for functional shutters to overlap when closed. This treatment is frequently requested to provide an added degree of historical detail. Beading is a decorative touch to add character.

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Timberlane offers rabbeting & beading options to create a seamless overlap for functional exterior shutters

Timberlane offers tilt rod and mouse hole options for both functional and decorative louver style shutters

Tilt Rods & Mouse Holes

Tilt rods are used on operable louvers to open and close the louvers. A mouse hole is a notch that houses the bottom of the tilt rod when closed. For those who don't have operable louvers, these elements can be added for decoration to fixed louver shutters.

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