Interior Shutters

For Your Seattle Home

Located in downtown Kent, Pugerudes has been providing interior window shutters for homes in the Seattle area, including Renton, Newcastle and Federal Way since 1957.

Whether you are looking for traditional hardwood shutters or more economical composite shutters, the experts at Pugerudes have a wide selection from which to choose.

Why Choose Shutters

  • Easy to maintain

  • Durable

  • Timeless style

  • Provide privacy

  • Energy efficient

  • Improved safety-no cords

  • Add value to your home

Make Shutters Work for You

Match Your Decor

Pugerudes carries a variety of interior shutters from Hunter Douglas, so no matter what your need, we have shutters to fit your budget and style. With more than 100 colors available, both stained and painted, they can be matched to the décor of any room.

For specialty windows, pick from a selection of arch shapes to fit. Sliding panels are a perfect choice for a dramatic wall of windows or sliding glass doors. A variety of shutter options are available for French doors.

Enhanced energy efficiency

When closed, interior window shutters block almost all direct sunlight or open them to fill the entire room with natural light. Select from different vane sizes (from 1″ in width to 4.5″ in width) to maximize your view when the shutters are open.

Full Service Installation

From your first phone call, the Pugerudes staff will take care of you. Their interior decorators will listen to your ideas and then help you select the type of shutters that will best suit your budget and décor.

They’ll measure your windows with complete accuracy and offer professional installation so you know your window shutters will be installed correctly and work properly. You can sit back and relax knowing we’re taking care of everything.

Motorized Shutters

Worried about opening and closing your shutters? Motorized tilting is available for opening and closing shutters, which is especially handy if your plantation shutters are in hard to reach areas.

Call Pugerudes to find out more about motorized options for your shutters and other custom window coverings.

Shutters Come in a Variety of Materials

Wood Shutters

While shutters made from composite materials can look like wood shutters, they cannot be substituted for the real thing.

If you want the warmth and look of wood, you need the real thing-shutters made from American hardwoods or exotic woods. Wooden shutters come in a variety of woods and stains to match any furniture and décor.

Composite Shutters

Composite shutters are a combination of wood and plastic polymers. They look like real wood though the composite material stands up to the effects of temperature and humidity making them much more durable than real wood shutters. Composite shutters are the best choice if you want white shutters or a variation of white.

Vinyl Shutters

Shutters made from man-made materials (also called vinyl shutters) are extremely durable and can withstand extreme heat and humid conditions. They won’t peel, warp or crack and are a good choice for those on a budget.