How to Choose Shutter Colors for Your Phoenix Home When choosing shutter colors in Phoenix, you’ll need to think about what style you’re going for. What look are you trying to display? If your white walls need shutters of the same hue, Polywood® shutters coated with our premium white paint is your answer. Are you looking for wooden shutters to go with your trim, furniture, or floor? Ovation® wood shutters are right for you. If you are interested in a shutter color that will stand out against your dark paint – or let your furnishings pop, Polywood shutters can have their paint in a custom color to bring out those colors. If some of your windows are already shuttered, you might desire to pick shutter colors that are consistent with the current décor. Whether you opt for an eye-catching contrast or a classic match, plantation shutters can be painted, stained, and custom-finished to fit your taste. Available Paints and Stains For Shutters in Phoenix Polywood shutters are available in woodgrain and smooth finishes. They can be ordered in three standard shades of white, and we can customize the color based on the paint number you select. Polywood is also available in 2 premium wood stain colors: Chestnut and Dark Walnut. Ovation shutters come in smooth or sandblasted finishes in 11 paint colors and 28 wood stain colors to go with your rooms. These paints and stains don’t emit any dangerous gases. So you won’t have to worry about toxic paints. Our green manufacturing process guarantees our plantation shutter products don’t contain any harmful chemicals. Thanks to this process, your family can use your new window treatments safely. Find out more about our green manufacturing process. How Can Arizonians Get Paint and Stain Samples? The best way to decide on the perfect shutter colors is to see samples in person. And, we agree. We bring samples of every stain and paint color to your home so you can hold the sample and picture what it would look like on your window. Our customers in Phoenix appreciate flipping through paint and stain samples before buying their shutters. Learn more about our free in-home consultation.