The beauty of this design is that you’re able to enjoy light flooding in through the top panels when open, whilst comfortably controlling privacy by leaving the lower panels closed. Opening the top panels echoes the look of café style shutters, whilst resembling the appearance of full height when shut. Watch our video to see the difference between full height, tier-on-tier and café style.
Ultimate versatility with tier-on-tier shutters
If you’re looking to emphasise a beautiful Victorian sash window, tier-on-tier shutters help complete the look and provide easy access to open or close your windows.
- Two levels of shutter panels for maximum flexibility
- Great for controlling the light
- Provides privacy throughout the day
- Stylish and practical
- Sash windows
- Bay windows
- Living rooms that experience strong sunlight
- Ground floor properties that require more privacy
Whether in ABS or premium hardwood, tier-on-tier shutters help complete your interiors
A&E shutters are only ever made to measure your exact specifications – so you can be assured that we have the solution for you. Our range of materials, combined with a broad array of colours, accessories and louvre sizes means that your tier-on-tier shutters will be supplied exactly as you pictured them.
If your windows are prone to condensation, then the ABS Java range is for you. Crafted from an incredibly strong and hard wearing plastic, Java shutters are moisture resistant so perfect for changes in damp levels. The stylish hardwood Sumatra range, however, is an incredibly lightweight and versatile material, helping you get your interiors just as you want them.
In order to get the light levels to suit you, the shutters need to be operated with a tilt rod. This can either be visible, creating a classic look, or alternatively can be hidden within the shutter panel itself, providing a much sleeker look.
Why settle for ‘just about right’ when you could enjoy ‘just perfect’. Book an appointment with your local A&E Shutters dealer and see how tier-on-tier shutters can help you realise the vision for your home.