Plantation Shutter Pros, Inc. Murrells Inlet, SC
Changing out your window treatments can revitalize a room or your home in an instant. Plantation Shutter Pros of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina can help you complete that transformation by customizing your blinds, shutters, or shades to suit your style and your budget. We work with a range of the best materials, so you always get a top-quality result.
Our suppliers might describe us as demanding, but we call it dedication. We deliver the best products because we start with only the best materials. Sometimes that means getting tough on our suppliers, but we refuse to compromise on quality.
Don’t worry; we demand even more from our own team of expert craftspeople. If you’re looking for the best service and product, you’re in the right place.
There’s something about plantation shutters and the South together that seems so right. The Antebellum wouldn't seem complete without them. Aside from their classic look, they're also practical because they deflect a lot of heat from your home, while still allowing in light and air.
Faux Wood Blinds
Shhh, if you don’t tell, we won’t either. And you’ll be hard-pressed to distinguish between our faux wood blinds and authentic hardwood, anyway. They deliver all the warmth and beauty of real wood and none of the hassle of maintaining it. Our slatted blinds are ideal in smaller spaces or when you need a practical, unobtrusive window covering.
If you like a little more flash, consider our extensive range of fabric blinds at Plantation Shutter Pros. We have everything from classic to contemporary to unique and wild.
About Murrells Inlet
Once the lair of the infamous Blackbeard, Murrells Inlet is a small town now known as the seafood capital of South Carolina. The town offers basic amenities and some fine establishments, but if you’re looking for a concrete jungle fix, you’re going to be disappointed.
The Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk allows you to get a closer look at the salt marsh on your way to lunch. You’ll enjoy fine waterfront dining and an education rolled into one. You’ll also want to be sure to take a tour of Atalaya Castle. Built by industrialist Archer M. Huntington, its severe architecture is compelling.
Finally, the Richmond Hill Plantation Archeological sites harken back to a more brutal age. They’ve excavated the remains of the plantation complex that burned down in the 1930’s.