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Made on our own factory line and stamped with our logo as a mark of authenticity, our shutters are sustainably sourced and distributed. Made-to-measure to ensure the perfect fit to every window without costing the earth.

At S:CRAFT, we are committed to reducing the environmental impact of our products and building resilient processes throughout manufacturing and distribution. Starting from the materials used to the finished product in your home, each element within the shutter is made to the highest quality, creating beautiful window coverings that last and can be produced with minimal impact on our planet.

What is the Sustainability we are trying to achieve? Our focus on Sustainability, otherwise known as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), is a business model that considers the environmental, social, and economic impacts of both product and business activities.

Throughout the years, we have been identifying, analysing and improving upon existing processes to make our business model more sustainable, not just in terms of product, but also in the way that it is distributed. Right from sourcing materials sustainably, through to the manufacturing process itself, through to dependable window coverings that make a home more energy efficient, at S:CRAFT we are doing what we can to work together with partners and ensure the most sustainable shutters and blinds that we can.

At S:CRAFT we prioritise key sustainability goals from sourcing to home, forests to your window!


All of the wood used in the production of our shutter ranges has been sourced from responsibly managed forests that have a robust chain of custody from forest to factory.

S:CRAFT’s wood supply chain is carefully managed in compliance with the United Kingdom Timber Regulation (UKTR), which ensures harvesting practices are legal, encourages sustainable harvesting practices and supports global forest governance.

  • The wood used in our best selling engineered wood shutters is mainly sourced from FSC and PEFC certified sustainably managed plantations in Australia, New Zealand and Chile.
  • Elements of Cuba and painted Fiji are sourced from the only FSC certified enterprise in the Solomon Islands and North American Hardwood mills represented by the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) environmental profile. This ensures the premium hardwoods used S:Craft shutters are sustainably grown, legally harvested and responsibly managed to ensure minimal environmental impact.
  • Phoenixwood used in our range of timber stained Fiji is grown in managed plantations throughout China. The wood is not cut from natural forests, and the trees are coppiced or replanted after harvest.


Our manufacturing partner in Asia is just as committed to sustainability as we are and produces a CSR report annually. We work closely with them, to ensure we are here for people, for the planet.

Looking at how best to improve materials and processes means improving efficiency and helping reduce costs, but it also sustains the business into the future and ensures compliance with key standards.

We are incredibly proud to work with one of the best manufacturers of shutters and blinds, who offer superior quality control practices, such as quarter sawing timber to make robust wooden louvres, and create less wastage.

All our wooden shutters are stored in climatic zones and kiln-dried, removing any unwanted moisture, enhancing the quality and extending the product life. Their top-of-the-range manufacturing techniques ensure the product we offer you is the best and built to last for many years.

Quarter Sawn Timber


We make sure that our shutter ranges are fully compliant with REACH regulations, an acronym that stands for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals.

The overall aims of REACH are to: Provide a high level of protection of human health and the environment from the use of chemicals in products. This means that whether it is in the MDF we use, our hardwoods, paint or ABS, the number of hazardous chemicals used is kept to an absolute minimum.

Not only are our products big on environmental safety and non-toxic, but they also exceed the most stringent international safety standards for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and are CARB P2 compliant for off-gassing.

At S:CRAFT we value our planet, and so across everything we do, we want to reduce the impact we have upon our environment, and that means making sure our products reflect this core value.


Energy Efficient

As an important part of any home, insulation is not just about heat loss through roofs and walls, it is also about windows. The shutters and blinds we supply have four key roles to play in terms of the sustainability of your home, as well as through our processes.

  • Reduce Heat Loss: Adding shutters to your windows adds another insulating barrier to your window. Extensive testing has shown that they are one of the most insulating window coverings on the market, especially when paired with an integrated blind as part of our Shutter and Shade product.
  • Reduce Heat Gain: Shutters and blinds prevents overheating by reducing solar gain through the glass. Especially with white or lighter shades, the sun’s rays are reflected, helping your property stay cooler in the summer.
  • Control HVAC: Shutters are considered a passive cooling technique and are identified as a means of reducing or eliminating the need for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning units (HVAC) without relying on electricity to do so.
  • Control Light & Glare: Artificial lighting can be reduced by controlling the amount of daylight with shutters. Privacy can be maintained without having to sacrifice natural light, so whatever the time of day, there is a passive way of getting the right light levels without having your interiors on display.

You can read more about the technical data of energy efficient window coverings here, and see how stylish S:CRAFT shutters and blinds can also help you save money on your energy bills too.

Four Simple Steps to Save Energy

Bee-cause We Care: S:CRAFT’s Pollinator Promise

At S:CRAFT, we are a responsible supplier committed to environmental giving through collaboration with Green the UK’s Native Pollinator Project and meadow planting initiatives.

S:CRAFT backed the planting of 2 hectares of wildflowers in the UK. The initiative initially drew our attention as, when we were established in 2002, our logo prominently featured a bee. This led us to explore opportunities to assist native pollinators. Our journey commenced with Green the UK, where we supported the planting of wildflowers to contribute to the restoration and establishment of rich habitats for these vital pollinators.

Why wildflowers are important:

  • They improve air quality.
  • Wildflowers improve soil health and prevent erosion.
  • Wildflowers are an important part of the food chain for most, if not all, insects, and animals.
  • Many species of butterfly only lay their eggs on wildflowers.
  • They improve water quality.

Making a Difference through Wildflower Restoration at Site 1 in Shropshire (0.6 Hectares)

The initiative commenced in Shropshire, transforming a post-industrial site, Manor Road Pitmound, spanning 0.6 hectares. This undertaking facilitates the thriving of threatened butterfly species, such as the dingy skipper, in a pollinator-rich environment.

Our sponsorship focuses on planting Heather (Calluna vulgaris) and Bird’s Foot Trefoil (Lotus corniculatus) at Manor Road Pitmound. Bird’s foot trefoil holds particular significance as the larval food plant for dingy skipper caterpillars. The dingy skipper, a rare butterfly facing significant declines due to habitat loss, is present in Telford, but no records exist on Manor Road Pitmound. Through our S:CRAFT meadow site, we aim to change this narrative.

Transforming the Barossa Heathland: Wildflower Restoration at Site 2 in Surrey (1.4 Hectares)

Barossa in Camberley, Surrey, serves as a vital haven for invertebrates, hosting diverse species like Green-Eyed Flower Bees and Silver-studded Blue Butterflies amidst abundant heathland wildflowers, such as purple heather and fragrant gorse. Despite its natural richness, the heathland is overshadowed by a military training site, leading to a loss of its ecological diversity.

Over the past two centuries, the UK has lost 85% of its heathlands, including Barossa. This decline threatens global pollinator populations, highlighting the urgent need to protect remaining heathland areas. In commitment to this cause, S:CRAFT sponsored the planting of 1.4 hectares in Barossa, with ongoing efforts to remove invasive Scott’s Pine and connect the heath to the UK’s pollinator network through the B-Lines initiative.

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