Window Shapes

Create a statement front door or add style to your entrance hall with a beautiful shaped window crafted by hand in our Norwich factory. Curved, circular, square or triangular – there’s no limit when you choose your windows from Anglian.

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Windows in all shapes and sizes gives you more choice than the standard rectangular window shape.

Made from our own uPVC, Anglian shaped windows are double-glazed, made from toughened glass and come in a range of colours. Customise your glass with decorative glazing handmade by our skilled artisans in our factory.

Imagine a stained-glass effect circular window above your staircase, or curved windows around a new front door with a frosted finish. If you can imagine it, we can almost certainly create it.

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Shaped Window Options

Deciding on shaped window styles is a big decision that can make or break your interior design dreams. Here’s some of the most popular shaped window choices.

Square Windows

Add light in an otherwise wasted space with square windows. Often fixed so they don’t open, the design limits are endless. With different uPVC frame colours and decorative glass options, you can create some pretty special designs that make for a stunning feature window. Cottage and Georgian bars are a popular option for square windows, often considered more architecturally attractive than large window panes.

Circular Windows

Circular windows are the secret weapon of interior design for new builds and renovations. A round window is a focal point – a new shape in a home otherwise filled with square and rectangular shaped windows and walls. Popular in bathrooms and hallways, circular and oval windows equally make a big impression as a centrepiece in a dining room or living room.

Triangle Windows

Triangle windows – also known as slating windows, gable windows or raked windows – are often the talking point when added above or to the side of rectangular windows. A common feature of modern architecture, triangular windows are a great way of maximising the light and surrounding views. With so many sizes and angles to choose, you’ll create a look that makes your home one of a kind.

Curved Windows

Curved windows or arched windows add character to new builds and period style properties. Manufactured with a straight bottom rising to a curved top, curved windows combine with French doors or front and back doors to create a memorable look. Adding even the simplest bespoke decorative glass option, like etched or coloured bevelled glass can transform your entrance hall.

Gothic Windows

Gothic window designs date back to the 12th century. You’ll see gothic architecture in churches and famous buildings worldwide. Gothic-inspired windows work well as a focal point in your hallway or up the staircase. Finishing touches with leaded, bevelled, brilliant cut or coloured glass make this window style completely unique.

Regency Windows

Regency window designs date back to the 19th century. The late phase of Georgian architecture, regency windows make a grand impression with tall rectangular windows combined with curved shaped windows. Add a stunning stained-glass window, a brilliant cut glass effect or a bevelled glass to curved windows to create a sophisticated look inspired by the Regency era.

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Shaped Window FAQ

How do I choose the right windows for my house?

Choosing the right windows comes down to thermal performance, energy rating, security and the design that’s practical and suits your home. Our windows and doors visualiser is a good starting point to browse our most popular window and door styles. If you’re looking for something more bespoke such as shaped windows, then please contact us to arrange a home visit where we’ll talk through the options.

What are the different types of windows for houses?

The most common types of windows for houses are casement windows, flush casement windows, tilt and turn windows, bay windows and sash windows. Casement windows made from uPVC tend to be the most popular as they are easy to maintain and have a high energy rating.

What is a circular window?

A circular window is a double-glazed circle-shaped window with fixed panes, so it does not open. Circular windows are an alternative to the traditional rectangular windows. Handcrafted in our Norwich factory, Anglian uPVC circular windows are specially made to the size that you require and can be personalised with decorative glass.

What windows are best for my home?

Finding the best windows for your home depends on the shape of your house and the room layouts. For example, smaller, narrow windows tend to suit an old cottage while larger – and potentially shaped windows – suit contemporary homes. Please contact us to arrange a home visit and our designer will talk you through the options.

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