10 Unique Cottage Shutters On Tybee Island
You’ve probably seen posters of the doors of London, but they’ve got nothing on the unique curb appeal of Tybee Island’s nautical cottage shutters. There are small ones and big ones, funky cut-outs and embellishments, and pops of color galore!
Fish are by far the most popular shutter accent on Tybee, though no two are alike:
Palm trees are the next most popular decoration:
The pineapple has long been a symbol of welcome and hospitality in the South as the folks at this cottage must surely know:
Unsurprisingly, sailboats are a go-to decorative element on an island:
Lighthouses can be found all over as well:
Same goes for crab cut-outs:
Painted details on shutters are also popular in certain neighborhoods. Take these sand dollar shutters for example:
Or these pink zebra stripes:
So, whether you’re walking, biking, running or driving around on Tybee Island, be sure to slow down and appreciate the numerous examples of fabulous and funky window shutters!
Brenda Marion moved to Tybee from the midwest in 2007 with her husband and son. She is a founding member of the Tybee Island Maritime Academy and continues to serve as the school’s governing board secretary in addition to being the Promotions Chair for Tybee Island Main Street/Downtown Development Authority. A freelance blogger and social media consultant, she loves seeing Tybee from a new perspective – that of her bike while riding with her son to and from school.