This picture has several interesting points. First, the shutters are hand-made from excess Heat Pine Doors (We call them them our Door Shutters). The doors are cut in half, then two inches cut off outside perimeter, then turned 90 degrees to create the frame - to include the original lock and hinges from door. It is then sanded prepped with a black stain, and hand planed on edges to create distressed look. Note the black trim on the siding is also distressed to match the shutters. Both are tied to the clear-coated patina finish on the tongue and groove siding from The Estill Train Depot. We will look inside on the next post!