Full height shutters are probably the most popular style of plantation shutters. Each individual shutter panel extends across the full height of the window. This results in the window being fully covered by the shutters. Typically, each panel has one continuous set of louvres. Sometimes there can be two (or more) sets of louvres, separated by a midrail. This is a great feature of full height shutters because it allows the sets of louvres above and below the midrail to move independently. The midrail can be located at any point along the height of the panels. It is commonly placed halfway or at the same height of structural features in the windows. For example, in sash windows the midrail can be placed at the same height of the sashes.