Situated in the north of Devon on the banks of the River Taw, Barnstaple is a scenic town which is home to a wide range of property styles.
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Ostensibly a solution to suit almost every interior design taste and requirement, window shutters are an elegant choice for Barnstaple homeowners looking to breathe new life into their space. Helping bring light to the places you love, shutters are a versatile window covering like no other, crafted exactly to fit your home. If you’re looking to create a contemporary or classic design, then shutters are the choice for you.
As with many towns in the South West, Barnstaple is home to an eclectic mix of properties, with many dating from the Victorian era. Coupled with some of the iconic buildings scattered throughout the town, the wide range of possibilities makes the versatility of shutters the perfect solution for window coverings in Barnstaple.
Solid wood shutters are a great furnishing for larger homes, with a variety of colours and stains available, making them one of the finest and most practical window treatments available. Bay window interior shutters will follow the elegant lines, curves and angles, keeping all the beauty in full view, while leaving the space in front free for a lovely window seat or table.
No matter what the shape or style of home or business space, plantation shutters are the perfect choice for residents and companies in the area. Why not book a free survey and discover some of the best interior window shutters Barnstaple has to offer.
For many years a thriving market town and centre of wool trading, Barnstaple has been recorded as a settlement since before the Norman Conquest, being home to a coin mint and local defences. Barnstaple Castle stood at what is now the centre of the town, and grew to prominence in the 11th century, however by the early 14th century it had fallen to ruin. All that remains is a tree-covered mound to mark the location.
Claiming to be the oldest borough in the United Kingdom, Barnstaple is easily the biggest settlement on the North Devon coast, and is geographically some distance from other key locations in the area, Plymouth and Exeter. As the major market town in the area, Barnstaple developed an indoor premises in 1855/1856 to hold the regular event despite weather conditions. The Pannier Market and Butcher’s Row are still in use to this day.
TV presenter Dermot Murnaghan was born in the town, although is more closely associated with Northern Ireland where he grew up. Other notable people to come from Barnstaple are columnist Katie Hopkins, England rugby player Phil Vickery and Snowy White, the guitarist known for his work with Thin Lizzy and Roger Waters.
In Barnstaple and surrounding areas there is much to appeal to visitors and residents alike. If you’re thinking of giving your local home a new lease of life, why not get in touch today and find out how elegant window shutters could benefit your interior designs.