The shutters, shelf bracket, and candelabra on the shelf were all garage-sale finds.
shutters were removed, exposing the handsome steel-framed window and increasing the natural light.
Plantation shutters blocked an enormous expanse of floor-to-ceiling windows.
Out went the shutters, exposing the sleek steel-framed window and increasing the natural light.
Operable metal shutters and fire-resistant curtains can help.
But you can't use mechanical shutters, because they'd have to move faster than the speed of light.
Tiny, ultrafast shutters can then be used to eliminate all but a single wavelength.
The shutters alternate left-right and are synchronized to the screen.
Reinforced concrete buildings with proper storm shutters do not go down in hurricanes.
Active shutters are better suited to the home environment, he says.
British Dictionary definitions for shutters
a hinged doorlike cover, often louvred and usually one of a pair, for closing off a window
put up the shutters, to close business at the end of the day or permanently
(photog) an opaque shield in a camera that, when tripped, admits light to expose the film or plate for a predetermined period, usually a fraction of a second. It is either built into the lens system or lies in the focal plane of the lens (focal-plane shutter)
(photog) a rotating device in a film projector that permits an image to be projected onto the screen only when the film is momentarily stationary
(music) one of the louvred covers over the mouths of organ pipes, operated by the swell pedal