Found (and appreciated) just recently; 2 innovative handles the light-filtering indoor shutter. Take a look:
Above: At the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, Studio Dorion (partners Peter Dolkas and Michelle Ficker are Billy Cotton alums) utilized practical pegboard painted a velvety white to develop personal privacy shutters in a visitor space. “We wished to utilize a nontraditional light-filtering product for the shutters,” Michelle informed The Washington Post “Part of the idea of our area was to utilize modest products in a stylish method.” Picture by Ethan Herrington.
Above: Studio Dorion commissioned KLN Studio in Brooklyn to make the shutters. Picture by Ethan Herrington.
Above: NY-based designer Matt McKay was influenced by Jean ProuvÃ©’s porthole doors when he created hole-punched shutters for a West Town house’s street-facing windows. Picture by Joshua McHugh.
Above: More porthole shutters in the en suite restroom. Picture by Joshua McHugh.
Above: Afternoon light infiltrated the shutters include a spirited note to the area. Picture by Joshua McHugh.