Plantation shutter hinges – Many factors work together to create the overall look and feel of your kitchen. Most of these elements should reflect your personal taste and style, as well as complement each other. Even homeowners rarely give them any thought; shutter hinges can be very prominent and completely change the overall style of your shutter and in the room.
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Find out what kind of plantation shutter hinges you need. This depends on the type of shutter you have. Face frame shutter has a frame over the top of the opening and will require face frame mounted hinges. Frameless shutter require hinges that can be attached to the shutter side. Determine how much over the hinges needs. For shutter that is completely on top of the shutter faces, choose a full cover hinges. If there is only a partial overlay, choose a 3/8 inch recessed hinge, and there is no overlay, choose a full recessed hinge.
Check out the different style options for plantation shutter hinges. The Young dale hinge, for example, has a self-closing function that is controlled by internal springs. Some other hinged brands are AMERCO, Grass and Blum. Look for hinges with finish that complement the other hardware in the room. Some common hinge finishes include copper, nickel, polished brass and antique brass.