White wooden shutters usually have square, wood, trimmed edges except around the windshield divider, which often has a tapered detail. If you prefer a softer edge or corner, round the exposed window corners and trim them to fit the desired contour. This is done without removing the window, although there is likely to be some manual work involved in certain areas. If your windows and trim are not installed, this process is easier.
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Place a selection of cutters on the work table. Round corners are available in different corners and shapes. Install each available piece and run the handheld router along the lumbers edge of the same type of wood as your white wooden shutters. Select the profile you prefer. Use different profiles on different parts of the window and trim.
Install the router bit. Usually you will want to router the larger and more visible corners first with a larger piece. Depending on the router model white wooden shutters, some models do not allow starting near an inner corner because some of the router is too bulky to fit into the corner. Start as close to the inside as possible. Keep the router flat with the top and side trimmed. Move the router smoothly and evenly along the wood, finishing as close to an inner corner as possible.