Shuttercraft’s expansive network spans the length and breadth of the UK, including right here in Malmesbury. Which means you’re just a phone-call away from transforming the spaces you love.
So call your local Shuttercraft expert today and take the first step to a stylish new look for your home.
Whether you are reinvigorating your home with a new style or simply updating, then think about the effect window coverings have upon your interiors. At Shuttercraft, we fit only premium made-to-measure products that are crafted for your space, so why not call and discover some of the best window shutters Malmesbury has to offer. Shuttercraft Swindon provides a local service in the area including Chippenham, Newbury and Wantage.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
Due to the number of older properties in the town, solid panel shutters prove to be popular, as they provide a more traditional look more in keeping with the property style.
If you prefer a more contemporary design, however, then we know you’ll love the wide range of shutter choices for you.
We are trusted by people all over the UK to provide a dependable service, and products of the highest quality. Whether you prefer traditional or contemporary styles, you’re guaranteed to find a window covering that’s right for you.
Book an appointment with a Shuttercraft in your area and discover some of the best window shutters Malmesbury has to offer.
The hilltop in Malmesbury has been home to people since the Iron Age, when it was home to a fort. Later, a town grew around the Abbey, founded in 675 AD, which is one of the few religious institutions that survived the dissolution of the monasteries under King Henry VIII.
Despite its rural location, Malmesbury has been a thriving market town for many years, as well as a centre of the textile industry. Although wool spinning and lace making no longer make up the town’s industry, Malmesbury continues to be a desirable location, thanks to the headquarters of vacuum manufacturer Dyson, which employs around 1,600 people.
Although the town has changed substantially over the years, it still features over 400 listed buildings and a number of local historic landmarks, such as the central market cross, built at the end of the 15th century.