“Not sure what is happening with this window grouping in the first place but the shutters are not helping matters.”
“I think it’s fun when people highlight special small details on their home. I don’t know that I have ever considered a dryer vent worthy of something so grand as it’s own trim and shutters, but hey…you do you!”
“How is this even a thing? How can someone on this glorious Shudder Sunday think this looks better with shutters than without??”
“Don’t forget to shut those 2nd story shutters for maximum protection!”
“This garage door looks plain. How can we dress it up?”
“Should we paint it? Nah.”
“I know!! Let’s glue some vinyl wings on either side so you won’t notice the ugly garage door anymore and instead will cringe at the power of misappropriated shutters!””
“Happy Shudder Sunday everyone! When you can’t afford four shutters just split the difference, right?”
“This one is tough! A beautiful house with a very nice original steel window and a cute shutter design to boot, but…
You can’t shutter a corner window this way. Where is the shutter for the other side? How would it close over those big hinges? Why is it too narrow? And why is that paint bubbling so much?
All reasons this attempt get a #ShudderSunday honorable mention. Not as bad as it could have been but still no cigar.”
"It’s besides the point that these shutters don’t even come close to fitting the windows and they are positioned incorrectly.
Shutter or awning, pick a side because in this case they go together like…cherries and gravy!”
“Say hello to “Mega-Shutter”! When a regular shutter simply won’t do Meg-Shutter can help you intimidate all who cross its path!”
“This may be the greatest collection of shutter mistakes I have ever seen in one picture.
1. Garage shutters: never appropriate
2. The corner bay windows: a little sliver of shutter to show you were purposeful about screwing this up
3. The group of 3 windows up top: sharing is caring and these 3 windows are sharing too few shutters that are too small”
“When you only have room for 1 shutter then you actually have room for NO shutters.”
“One shutter on each window for the finished project on a whole house remodel?"
“There are 2 things this photo makes me want to do…1) Restore those gorgeous windows 2) Tear that awful shutter off the bay window."
"Please be mindful of the “weeping shutters” that are maintained by the docents with weekly fresh coats of mascara”
"The ”power shutter”! When your windows are a bit small and understated you should upgrade things and go with a power shutter that is twice the size of the window!"
“Happy #ShudderSunday ! I may not agree with this one but at least I understand the logic.
“I bought 2 pairs of shutters and each window only fits one shutter because of this weird entryway roofline. Waste not want not, let’s use the shutters by the front door!”
“Ahhh, “garage sideburns”. These might be bad enough for me to break quarantine just to pull these down in the night so I can sleep better!”
“The elusive “sideburn” shutters! Not often found this far north this unique style is rarely captured in its natural habitat”