How to Choose Shutter Colors for Your Las Vegas Home When choosing shutter colors, you’ll want to take into consideration what you’re trying to do in this room. What look are you trying to achieve? If you have white walls and are looking for shutters that match them, Polywood® shutters in a shade of our premium white paint is your answer. Want to match the wood stain of your furniture, your floor, or your trim? Ovation® wood shutters are right for you. If you are interested in a shutter color to contrast with your dark paint colors – or help your furniture and accessories pop, Polywood shutters can be painted in a custom color to amplify those colors. If you already have some windows shuttered in the room, you might want to choose shutter colors that are consistent with the prevalent décor. Whether you opt for a striking contrast or a subtle match, plantation shutters can be custom-finished, stained, and painted to complement your style. Available Paints and Stains Polywood shutters come in smooth and woodgrain finishes. They come standard in three shades of white, and we can custom paint them for you based on the paint number you select. Ovation shutters are available with smooth or sandblasted finishes in 28 wood stain colors and 11 paint colors to complement your décor. Rest assured in choosing these paints and stains as they don't have toxic substances or emit dangerous gasses. Our green manufacturing process makes sure there are no harmful chemicals in our plantation shutter products. This way, your family can enjoy your new window treatments safely. Learn more about our green manufacturing process. How Can Nevadans Get Paint and Stain Samples? The best way to decide on the right shutter colors is to have paint and stain samples on hand. And, we couldn’t agree more. We bring samples of every stain and paint color to your home so you can take the louver sample in your hand and visualize how it looks on your window. Our customers in Las Vegas appreciate browsing through paint and stain samples before purchasing their shutters. Learn more about our free in-home consultation.