Luminos Wooden Shutters are manufactured to the highest quality and standards with a variety of colours and grain finishes for you to choose from. The shutters are available in different systems with customisation which you will only find from Luminos.
Sustainably Sourced and Strong
The Phoenix Wood (also known as Kiri Wood or “the Wood of the Future”) is used in the manufacture of our wooden shutters. It is light in weight and colour, yet it is strong, dries easily, has a beautiful grain finish and does not warp, crack or deform easily. Phoenix Wood has a natural resistance to wood borer and also adapts easily to a wide range of temperatures. Phoenix Wood has an excellent internal and external cladding for energy efficient homes.
- Wooden shutters are available for internal usage only.
- 100% solid Wood.
- This Species is not listed as endangered on the CITES appendices or on the IUCN Threatened list of Species.
- Natural repulsion to insects due to silica content.
- Available in three systems – Hinged, Bifold and Bypass.
- Beautiful frames to encase a classic shutter is available in a few designs.
- Ring pulls and flush bolts offer ease of operation.
- Available in white, painted and stained finishes with an option of custom colour.
- Two Louvre size options – 63mm and 89mm.
- Four tilt options – Centre, Clearview, Offset and Secret Tilt.
- Decorative frames available for hinged shutters.
- Option of hidden hinge for modern look.
- Can be manufactured in a variety of shapes.
- Accessories option of ring pull and flush bolts.
- Motorisation program available for hinged system.
- All components are rust resistant and robust.
- For sliding shutters, a high-quality track and ball bearing runner system guarantees smooth operation.
- Bottom rails are anodised aluminium that is available for recessed or surface mounting.
- This product is easily maintained by regular dusting or wiping down with a damp cloth.
- Resistant to Decay, Warping and Splitting.
- Fire resistant. Ignition temperature of 420 to 430°C (average hardwoods: 225 to 235°C).
- Low thermal conductivity.
- Ideal for insulation.