Hardwood Plantation Shutters

Experience the Beauty of Hardwood Plantation Shutters

Hardwood Plantation shutters from Norman Shutters will enhance the look of your home and provide one of the most energy efficient products on the market. Norman Shutters feature an unlimited palette of colors and stains, unmatched quality construction, and exceptional finishes! Ask why we only promote Norman hardwood shutters.

Product Features

  • 1 ¼”, 1 7/8”, 2 ½”, 3 ½”, 4 ½” & 5 1/5” Louvers
  • Invisible Tilt, Offset Tilt, Traditional Tilt, Motorized Tilt Shutters
  • Custom Hinges – Oil Rubbed Bronze, Stainless, Antique Brass & Hidden Hinge
  • Design Features –  Liberty Arch, Custom Catches, Split Tilt, Divider Rails & Double Hung
  • Custom Shapes – Arches, Triangles, Eyebrows, Ovals, French Doors & Sliding Panels

Norman Brightwood Shutters

Engineered Hardwood Louvers create a strong, lightweight shutter available in 6 neutral whites.   Brightwood combines the framing of our engineered Woodlore composite shutters, with the louvers of an engineered hardwood louver.  This eco-friendly manufacturing techniques reduces waste, and makes for an economically priced wood shutter.

Norman Normandy Hardwood Shutters

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.

Norman Sussex Hardwood Shutters

After years of research and development in forestry, Norman’s proprietary farmed hardwood is ready. Norman’s top-of-the-line hardwood is not only dimensionally stable, stronger and finely grained, it is also eco-friendly.  Made of White Teak, the Sussex line features the largest selection of paints and stains, customization, and details.  Sussex is the finest wood shutter made.

 3 Reasons to buy Hardwood Shutters:

  1. Unlimited Color Choices and Options- Sherwin Williams and Benjamin Moore, plus Custom Colors and Stains
  2. Wider and Taller Panels – up to 42″ wide and 180″ Tall – Less Limitations and Obstructions
  3. No Sagging or Heavy Panels – Wood is lighter and stronger than Composite –  No Sagging Panels!