Custom Wood Shutters

Elegant Chelsea Wood Shutters



  • Hand-selected basswood
  • Furniture quality finish
  • Paints and stains available
  • Can match Norman Sussex colors for no charge
  • Custom paint and stain finishes available
  • Elliptical louver
  • Wide range of innovative frame designs
  • Mortise and tenon joinery for extra durability
  • Three louver choices: 2 ½ “ , 3 ½”, 4 ½”
  • Closed and open bypass systems
  • Center, offset, and hidden tilt available
  • Arches, French door cutouts, and many more specialty shapes
  • Recessed magnets
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty transferable to future homeowners

NORMANDY® SHUTTERS Painted and stained



Finely crafted from Phoenix Wood®

A celebration of natural beauty and sustainable forestry. Normandy® Shutters offer distinctive wood grain with beautiful and natural characteristics. Phoenix Wood® trees grow back in just 7 years – making Normandy® Shutters an environmental champion with finesse.

  • Real hardwood from the "miracle" Paulownia tree
  • Provides exceptional durability and natural elegance
  • Ultra sustainable and harvested from renewing forests
  • Can be made into curved and specialty angled shapes
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Phoenix Wood®

The finely grained timber from the tree also known as the "Tree of Eternity", offers rich, consistent wood characteristics and unparalleled resilience. It also captures more carbon compared to other trees, and regenerates from the stump to be ready for harvest in 7-8 years.



Norman-exclusive Features in Sussex®

NormanTeak™: After years of research and development in forestry, our Norman-farmed hardwood is ready. Our top-of-the-line hardwood is not only dimensionally stable, stronger and finely grained, it is eco-friendly.

Proprietary Manufacturing Processes:

  • Sussex® materials are hand sanded and painted/stained multiple times, resulting in a super-premium, translucent finish.
  • Prescription Wood Conditioning™: Moisture levels throughout the world are different. Our curing and drying processes match the wood's moisture content to the region in which they will be installed, ensuring the wood's long term structural integrity.