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Manhattan Rosewood Shutters Tier on Tier


2nd Nov 2014

A unique shutter solution for a serving hatch!

These Manhattan shutters have been manufactured to fit neatly into a serving hatch between a kitchen and dining room. They are installed on bi-pass tracks with wheels and demonstrate our ability to design totally unique shutters to exacting specifications.

Manhattan shutters

Shutters installed in serving hatch

Bi-pass shutters on wheels

22nd Oct 2014

De Witte Lelie (The White Lily) Hotel in Antwerp

Luc Beeusaert, our agent in Belgium, has installed Full Height New England Shutters in the Flower Suite of the bijoux Hotel 'De Witte Lelie.' The crisp white shutters compliment the flamboyant flower wallpaper design perfectly.

To find your nearest New England Shutter Company Agent use our map by clicking here.

White New England Shutters installed by Luc Beeusaert, our agent in Belgium.

De Witte Lelie Hotel in Antwerp

8th Oct 2014

The Telegraph: 50 best interior shops

The Telegraphs Chloe Grafton has included The New England Shutter Company in her 50 best interiors shops, 3rd October 2014. Click here to read the full article: The 50 best interiors shops. From the chicest ready-made curtains to Bakelite light switches, our top shops have all the inspiration you need to redecorate your home.

50 best interior shops, Telegraph 3rd October

3rd Oct 2014

FRONT woven floor art

One of our favourite features at Decorex 2014 was watching the highly skilled weaving by Jan Kath and Michaela Schleypen. Their hand-knotted rugs are true pieces of art combining highly refined colour combinations and innovative textures. More information can be found at FRONT.

Woven rug by Jan Kath

Woven rug by Jan Kath, heritage collection

14th Sep 2014

New for Autumn 2014: TNESC match to any sample of leather in their exclusive faux leather fabric; Majilite®.

New from the UK’s leading shutter designer and manufacturer; Majilite® is an ideal covering for window shutters as the fabric is stain resistant and will not fade in sunlight. The faux leather and suede fabric is available in a large range of colours and textures, or if required will be matched to any sample, no matter the colour and texture.

Beautiful hand-stitched faux leather and faux suede covered panels are exclusive to The New England Shutter Company. The experienced tailors at the TNESC factory painstakingly machine-stitch the fabric and cover each Tulipwood shutter with incredible attention to detail.

An international design and project management service is available via the company’s London showroom.
Prices for faux leather covered shutters start from £1,000 per square metre.

Shown: Manhattan design shutters in a ‘distressed’ finish, in dark chocolate brown faux leather.

This fabric is available with different levels of distressing, for a truly bespoke finish.

29th Aug 2014

New 75mm blade size!

Our New England, Manhattan and Soho designs are now available in 75mm blades. We have listened to feedback from clients who have told us that it can be difficult to choose between the 64mm and 89mm blades - so the 75mm offers a good ‘in-between’ option. They can be viewed in our showroom and our carpenters can show samples at a measure appointment.

The New England design, pictured below, is available in 6 different blade sizes. The Manhattan and Soho shutters are available in 4 different blade sizes.

New England Shutters available in 75mm blades

11th Aug 2014

Breathtaking ceramic poppy installation at The Tower of London

The Tower of London is being surrounded by 888,246 ceramic poppies to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War. Created by ceramic artist Paul Cummins and set designer Tom Piper this visual spectacle will be a 'must see' in London this summer. Images below are courtesy of Dezeen.

Thousands of ceramic poppies at the Tower of London

The installation is titled Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red after a poem written by an unknown soldier.

ceramic poppies, photo courtesy of Dezeen.

7th Aug 2014

Serpentine Pavilion 2014

Each year the Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park includes a temporary Pavilion structure. This year it is designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic and will be in use from June to October. The gentle shell-like glowing structure is balancing on large rocks and will be used to host a series of night time events. For more information visit

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, by Smiljan Radic

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