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Ever since the times of Ancient Greece, people have loved a particular style of shutters. This kind of shutters is often called plantation-style. They were very popular on the slave plantations of the antebellum South and remain popular throughout the southeastern United States. However, they pre-date the United States by thousands of years. Interior plantation shutters were first used in Ancient Greece. At the time, they were fixed stone or wooden shutters that typically covered open windows. The windows were not glass, so only the shutters kept out the heat and light. They have evolved since then to utilize the best materials and best construction; also, you now can open and close them.
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